On Saturday, July 29 at 2pm, Sheila Gaskins will lead Liz Lerman's Critical Response Process for exhibiting artist Ursula Populoh, whose solo exhibition, «Tomorrow Passed Today» will be on view in the Members Gallery through August 19th.
«CRP is a way to engage the artist deeply- a win-win for the audience and the artist to respond to art in the most genuine, authentic way.» -Sheila Gaskins
Please come share your voice and gain an understanding of the Ursula's creative vision and process of making!
From Liz Lerman's website- «Liz Lerman's Critical Response Process (CRP) is a feedback system based on the principle that the best possible outcome from a response session is for the maker to want to go back to work. Whether returning to the studio, the desk, the kitchen, or the laboratory, CRP gives tools both to people who are making work and people who are responding to that work.
In use for over twenty years, CRP has been embraced by artmakers, educators, scientists, and administrators at theater companies, dance departments, orchestras, science centers, museums, and beyond. The Process has deepened dialogue between makers and audiences; it has enhanced learning between teachers and students. It has proven valuable for all kinds of creative endeavors, work situations, and collaborative relationships within and beyond the arts, from kindergartens to corporations.»