One Painting at a Time: Kalyn Heffernan
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“People should look at the work itself,” Clyfford Still once said, “and determine its meaning to them.” Discover personal interpretations of Still’s art with a new guest each session, spending time with a single painting and going beyond your first impression.
Artist Kalyn Heffernan will host the February 11 One Painting at a Time. She will discuss PH-344.
About Kalyn Heffernan
Kalyn Heffernan is an artist, activist, musician, and an MC for the Krip Hop band Wheelchair Sports Camp. Born with the genetic disorder osteogenesis imperfecta, Heffernan is a community activist who ran for mayor of Denver in 2019. She identifies as queer, and was named as one of “Eight Openly Queer Rappers to Watch” by Colorlines. Heffernan received a 2016 Westword MasterMind award in recognition of her work co-founding Royalty Free Haiti, a partnership between artists in Haiti and Denver. In 2018, Westword’s “Best of Denver” named her the year’s “Best Activist Musician.”