Participatory Clay Workshop With Artist Ivana Brenner

Saturday, June 15 • 1–2:30PM
On the 2nd Floor of the Museum
Workshop is bilingual Spanish/English
FREE! Please RSVP|

As part of Experience Art: The Sixth AIM Biennial (Part Two) Closing Event, you can make a clay vessel of your own and contribute to a collective vessel with artist Ivana Brenner! Brenner completed The Bronx Museum’s flagship AIM Fellowship program in 2022 and currently has work on view in our galleries in Part Two of Bronx Calling: The Sixth AIM Biennial.

It is free to participate in this activity, and drop-ins are welcome, but please let us know if you plan to stop by with an RSVP.

Artist-Led Event
Jun 15, 2024      1pm - 2:30pm


The artist describes her activity as follows:

Ivana Brenner invites The Bronx Museum community to come share time around clay, fostering connection through this communal practice.

Brenner will guide participants to make a small to medium sized vessel. Participants will work with self-hardening clay and will use the pinch pot technique that is also used for traditional clay.

In addition to creating individual pieces, participants will collectively build a larger, collaborative vessel.

Ivana Brenner, Detail of 'Untitled,' 2024. Photo by Ivana Brenner.

About Ivana Brenner

Ivana Brenner has exhibited individually at Galería Vasari, Buenos Aires (2015) and Alejandra Von Hartz Gallery, Miami (2011). She has participated in several international group and two-person gallery and museum shows in venues including Emma Scully Gallery, NYC (2023), Galería Vasari Buenos Aires (2023 and 2019), Julio Artist-Run Space, Paris (2017), The Franklin, Chicago (2016), Galerie 0fr, Paris (2016), and Fundación PROA, Buenos Aires (2014). She was part of NYFA’s 2020 Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program and is a 2024 mentor. In 2015, she participated in the Biennale Internationale du Lin de Portneuf, Québec. Brenner earned her MFA at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Brenner was a 2022 AIM fellow at The Bronx Museum.

Portrait of Ivana Brenner. Photo by Argenis Apolinario.
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