Night in with Nature: For What It’s Earth: The Role Of Nature In American Art

Apr 01, 2023 6:30PM—8:00PM


Your own comfy couch!

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Plan for a delightful and delicious night in!

Aristotle once said, “Art not only imitates nature, but it also completes its deficiencies”.

The theme of nature in art has always been present in American art. In this program, we will explore notable American artists who explored nature through their work as subject, by the materials they use, and the way art documents our ever-changing natural landscape. Presented by Canton Museum of Art Curator of Permanent Collection & Registrar, Kaleigh Pisani Paige and Curator of Exhibitions, Christy Davis.

“Attendees” will pick up their meals from participating restaurants, then return home to join The Wilderness Center via Zoom for a fun program geared toward adults.

Please indicate at registration which one restaurant you will pick your meal up from. A TWC coordinator will reach out via email to confirm your menu selection.

Options Include:

Local Roots Market & Café

Mushroom Risotto (vegan option available)

Garden Salad with House Vinaigrette

2 Vegan Apple Muffins

2 Craft Beers

Lockport Brewery

Take-and Bake Meat Lover’s Flat Bread with Red Sauce or Take-and Bake Chicken Bacon Ranch Flatbread (2 flatbreads per couple’s ticket)

1 32 oz crowler of Lockport beer

2 Lockport glasses

New Berlin Brewing Company

Charcuterie Board with multiple cured meats, gourmet cheeses, bread, and more

1 32 oz crowler of New Berlin Brewing Co. beer

Registration closes March 24, 2023, so purchase tickets early!

Your participation in this program supports Conservation, Education, and Community. Thank you!

Thank you: Lockport, Local Roots, New Berlin