The Burchfield Penney Art Center at Buffalo State College will host a major retrospective of work by American artist Charles E. Burchfield, Heat Waves in a Swamp: The Paintings of Charles Burchfield, from March 7 to May 23.
According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, mental illness is most prevalent among 18- to 24-year-olds, yet these young adults are also the least likely to seek help for psychological problems. Organizers of the upcoming Mental Health Awareness Week, which will be held next week on campus, hope to change that.
- Curricular Actions
- College Senate Meeting
- Curricular Submission Deadline, Procedure
- Curricular Items
- Focus on Sabbatical: Daniel Cunningham
- Grants and Gifts
- Ehrenberg Joins SUNY Board of Trustees
- Major Burchfield Retrospective Travels to Buffalo
- Awareness Week, Active Minds Chapter Aim to Destigmatize Mental Illnesses
Charles E. Burchfield’s connection between his painting and his work as a wallpaper designer for Buffalo’s M. H. Birge & Sons Co. in the 1920s is firmly established in Heat Waves in a Swamp: The Paintings of Charles Burchfield, opening March 6 at the Burchfield Penney Art Center. The show has been heralded as the first major retrospective on the watercolorist in more than 20 years.
The assumption that Buffalo is the third-poorest city in the nation is a widely accepted “media sound bite” that simply isn’t true, said Buffalo State College associate professor of geography and planning Wende Mix during a poverty research workshop that was held last Friday at the Merriweather Library on Jefferson Avenue.