Lunch Time Talks is a series of informal discussions with artists whose works are currently being featured at 500 Seneca. The discussion series is run by the Cass Project. The next featured artist in the program is Tricia Butski, who has been garnering a lot of well deserved attention as of late, due to a number of exhibitions and projects that she has been involved in, including contributing to the dynamic Art Alley mural in Niagara Falls. Below is a time lapse video featuring Butski’s contribution underway.
Butski is the featured artist currently exhibiting at 500 Seneca. On Friday, April 14, the artist will engage the public in a lunchtime “Artist Talk” (12pm -1pm), upon which time she will discuss her latest works that are on display in the building’s Main Lobby. The talk will also revolve around the life of the artist, as it pertains to living and working in Buffalo.
This discussion is free and open to the public. Feel free to bring your own lunch, or stop over to the Lunch Box Café, which is located in the building. The Artist Talk will be held in the building’s tranquil atrium. See this Facebook event for further details.
Butski’s work will be on display at 500 Seneca through May 7, Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm.