Make & Take: Intuitive Creation, Poetry and Pictures

This event has already passed Location: Founders Room

Get in touch with your intuition in this program that unites visual and literary expression. In the exhibition Matthew Wong: The Realm of Appearances, poet Beth Honeycutt will lead you through a poetry-writing activity, while in the Art Studio, artists from The Art Room will guide you in creating a work of neurographic art that explores the mind-body connection as a method to illustrate and transform your inner world.

This program is drop-in and seating is first come, first served. 

Please note that this program is geared toward adults. Families interested in creating together should see our Open Studio program.

Celebrate and learn more about Wong's inspirations with other programs this evening:

DJ in the Galleries
5:30–8:30 p.m.
Hoffman Galleries

Enjoy viewing Wong's work with a backdrop of hip-hop, rap, and jazz music. As an avid listener with a voracious cultural appetite, Wong often turned to artists such as Puff Daddy and John Coltrane as sources of comfort and power. 

Film Screening of La Jetée
6:00 & 7:30 p.m.
Horchow Auditorium

La Jetée is a 1962 French science fiction featurette, and one of the films that inspired the late artist Matthew Wong. The film tells the story of a man forced to explore his memories in the wake of World War III's devastation, told through black-and-white still images. (28 mins., not rated)