Stop by the museum 4-8 p.m and take a break, or enjoy the space and study.
Thursday, April 27, 2017, 5:30 p.m.
Primitive: The Art and Life of Horace H. Pippin
A reading with discussion by Janice N. Harrington
Learn about the work of African-American folk artist, Horace H. Pippin. What did it mean to be an African-American soldier during World War I? What was life like for African-American families at the turn of the century? After a lively, interactive audience-driven discussion of paintings by Horace H. Pippin, Harrington will share poetry and reflections on the life and art of this astonishing painter.
Co-sponsored by Dow Center for Multicultural and Community Studies,
K-State Libraries; Department of American Ethnic Studies; and Department of English. Reception to follow.
The Museum hosts a variety of classes and workshops throughout
the year for all ages!
“Math/Art Connections”: Classes will focus math concepts – shape, form, space, etc. Each class includes gallery discussion and activities and an art project that will allow participants to explore media and techniques.
Next classes: May 24-27: Perspective
Call (785)532-7718 or email email@example.com for reservations.
Come to our Earth Day Open House in The Meadow, April 22, 1:30-3 p.m.