One Painting at a Time: Kalyn Heffernan – Clyfford Still Museum


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One Painting at a Time: Kalyn Heffernan

Tue, Feb 11, 2020, 6:30–7:30 pm
Venue: Clyfford Still Museum
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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.

Kalyn Heffernan in the galleries

Kalyn Heffernan

Doors open 6 p.m. | Program 6:30 p.m.
Clyfford Still Museum
Lanny & Sharon Martin Galleries
Included with Museum admission, always free for CSM members
Registration recommended 

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Kalyn Heffernan in painting storage

Kalyn Heffernan

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.”

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