Please join us for an entertaining yet educational workshop that revisits old methods while brainstorming tongue-in-cheek parallels to combat the unknown of a natural disaster of your choice (there are so many possible options!). Veteran artist Warren Quigley, whose “Survival Store” installation has previously appeared in Toronto and Buffalo, will go through highlights from his book The Official Comprehensive Inclusive Strategic Instructive Survival Guide for Artists in Buffalo during the Apocalypse. And if you’re not an artist, wouldn’t you want to know too?
“Resistance is a marathon”—DIY sessions, presented by Tina Dillman and El Museo, is a monthly series of artist-centered workshops inspired by the actions taken by artists in other cities during the first 100 days of the new presidential administration. These workshops are free and open to the public.
About the artists
Warren Quigley has exhibited across Canada, the U.S., China, and in France, Brazil, and Japan. He has realized a number of permanent public art commissions, and his work is in private and public collections in Canada, the U.S.A. and Europe. He has taught at Sichuan Fine Arts Institute in Chongqing, China, and is a lecturer in the Department of Art at the University at Buffalo, SUNY. Quigley is a graduate of the Ontario College of Art and Design in Toronto.
Tina Dillman is an independent curator and artist who is currently the artist/curator-in-residence at 500 Seneca. She is also teaching in the Arts Management graduate program at the University at Buffalo. She has always held a deep commitment to contributing to the community that surrounds her. For more information about her practice, please visit tinadillman.com.