Whitefish Review Presents Ceramic Artist Stephen Braun

May 3

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A slideshow and conversation with ceramic artist Stephen Braun about his newly released large-format art book, Hindsight & Foresight is 20/20.
“We’re honored to have published this groundbreaking book by a true artist of our time,” said Whitefish Review founding editor Brian Schott. “Stephen’s art provides a deep commentary on the age we are living in as a society and can be a guidepost for the future as we wrestle with environmental, social, and political issues.”
“We lost our power when we stopped being citizens and became consumers,” says Braun. “This change has empowered corporation rights over human rights.”
Stephen Braun has been making environmental, social and politically-themed ceramic sculptures for over 40 years. While studying at the University of Montana in the late 1970s he became smitten with ceramics. UM was a ceramics powerhouse with Rudy Autio and Ken Little teaching. Museums and galleries throughout the US and world have displayed his work and hosted his lectures and workshops. 
Doors open at 6 p.m. with live music from 6:30-7:30 p.m. by Blue Avenue, a 3-piece jazz combo featuring Jordan Reese on keys, Zach Ronish on the drum kit, and Matt Carper on bass.
The main event kicks off at 7:30 p.m. with a slide show of Braun’s art and commentary from the artist. Braun will also have a conversation with Montana Quarterly editor and author Scott McMillion, writer and conservationist Michael Jamison, and Underscore Art gallery owner Monica Pastor, followed by audience questions. Personally signed copies of the new book will be available for purchase.

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