You are invited to join award-winning fine artist, muralist, and entrepreneur Bekky Beukes for an in-depth discussion on fear, chaos, and resistance Friday, May 17 at the James Museum. Guests will learn about the relationship between fear and resistance and find a way to formulate unconventional methods of “unchained” understanding.
WHO: Bekky Beukes was born in South Africa, and immigrated to the United States in 2014. Since then, Beukes has exhibited in over 30 shows and received four awards.
WHAT: Artist Talk on Fear, Chaos, and Resistance
WHERE: The James Museum
150 Central Avenue,
St Petersburg, FL 33701
WHEN: Friday, May 17, 6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
PRICE: Tickets are required for this event and cost $10 per person. To purchase a ticket click here: https://visit.thejamesmuseum.org/1838/1839
About the James Museum of Western & Wildlife Art
The James Museum contains over 400 works of art selected from over 3,000 pieces acquired by Tom and Mary James over their 50 years of art collecting. The 88,000 square foot museum includes over 30,000 square feet of gallery space; a double height lobby with water feature; a Native American jewelry collection; 6,000 square feet of rental event space supporting both large events and break-out sessions; a commercial catering kitchen; and a museum shop and cafe. Planned programming includes special exhibitions in a variety of genres, artist talks and demonstrations, art classes, docent tours and children’s activities. Through exhibitions and education programs, The James Museum of Western & Wildlife Art emphasizes the core values of art that moved Tom and Mary James: action, fortitude, heritage and integrity.