ARTfull Thursday - Wayne Miller: Art, Power & Opportunity

September 6th at Cape Museum of Art

ARTfull Thursday

Wayne Miller: Art, Power & Opportunity

Cape Cod Museum of Art

September 6, 2018

6 – 7 pm; $12, $10 CCMoA Members

American culture is in a unique position of being the only leg of national power that is fully respected in the world. It's a golden opportunity. How can artists use it?

                                                                                                    - Wayne Miller

Artist and educator Wayne Miller’s presentation will focus on how artists can use their power in a time of chaos and uncertainty and will invite discussion from the audience.

As background to exploring opportunities for artists, Miller’s slide presentation will provide an historical context of art and power in various cultures.  Subjects include prehistoric art, MIT classrooms, power patronage, decoration, politics and art, examples of protest art, and the alternative of art for art's sake.   

Wayne Miller was born in Brockton, Massachusetts and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Massachusetts College of Art and a Master of Fine Arts degree from Syracuse University. After serving as a medical corpsman in Viet Nam he taught painting and design at the State University of New York.

Miller has been a director of the Louis K. Meisel Gallery in New York and has worked on numerous gallery and museum installations as well as projects for television.

He has exhibited with the Louis K. Meisel Gallery, Pictogram Gallery and Marcia Uddoh Gallery in New York, the Morgan Gallery in Kansas City, and Miller White Fine Arts in Dennis, Massachusetts. His paintings and drawings are in over 100 collections in the United States and Europe.

Miller is represented by Miller White Fine Arts in South Dennis, MA.   To see more of his work go to www.waynemillerpaintings.com

Tickets at www.ccmoa.org\upcoming-events and 508/385-4477 x 20


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