Join us for an evening of discussion, curriculum connections, and activities inspired by the special exhibition Sarah Braman: Finding Room. Martin House Director of Education Gina Miano and Buffalo AKG School and Docent Programs Coordinator Lindsay Kranz will lead participants in an exploration of how to use Sarah Braman’s works as a catalyst for student-centered learning.
The workshop will begin with a tour of this beautiful exhibition, which combines Braman’s outdoor and indoor works for the first time, and will share insight into Frank Lloyd Wright’s design and practice. Educators will explore how the dialogue between light and glass are springboards for both artists. The evening will include creative writing prompts, artmaking, and conversation. Light snacks will be provided and CTLE credit will be available.
Please register online. We are unable to accommodate walk-ups for this event.
Notes for Visiting Graycliff:
In order to protect the restored flooring in this historic home, you will be provided with booties, but you are also welcome to bring your own slippers. Come prepared for the weather, as a portion of your tour will take place outdoors.