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Art Night at the Aquarium

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Join us for a night of fun and creativity! Local artist and filmmaker Ken Cosentino will teach you how to make a sculpture that you can take home the same night!

This class is an introduction to basic sculpting. You will learn basic sculpting skills and techniques. You will be sculpting a sea turtle out of air dry clay which will harden into a nice decorative piece for you to display as you please. All materials are included.

You’ll also enjoy an after-hours experience at the Aquarium, with plenty of time to check out all of our exhibits, including our brand new touch pool, M&T Bank Shark & Ray Bay after class.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, tickets are grouped to accommodate two people from the same household. No single tickets will be sold. All participants are asked to wear a mask for the duration of their visit. Participants will be seated with the other member of their household at tables that are spaced six-feet apart.

WHAT: Art Night at the Aquarium

WHEN: Wednesday, November 18, 6-8pm

COST: $60/$54 (members)

Tickets include two participants.

Two Participants
Two Participants (Members)

About The Artist:
Ken is an award-winning filmmaker and special effects artist from Niagara Falls, NY. He is founder and CEO of White Lion Studios, LLC and founder/partner of WNY Costumes & Props. His work encompasses a variety of techniques and methodology, including stop-motion animation and trick photography. Ken is recognized as one of the original pioneers of the Buffalo-Niagara Film industry. As an artist, his skills include sculpting, molding, casting, painting, airbrushing, illustration, costuming and custom fabrication. His main inspirations are Walt Disney, Stan Winston, Jim Henson and Steve Wang. As a director, Ken is known for his “run-and-gun” style of guerrilla filmmaking. In Western New York he is known as a filmmaker who achieves high production value on a shoestring budget. His experience was cultivated by working behind the scenes on a multitude of films, from no-budget to multi-million dollar shows; Ken has worked in virtually every department at one point or another (with the exception of sound), specializing in: production, directing, writing, special effects, editing, stunts and cinematography. He has been featured in Sci-Fi Magazine, interviewed in GQ Magazine for his work with The Asylum, and featured in a cover story for Scream Magazine. His films can be found in major retail stores, on video-on demand, and National Prime Time television. In addition, they have screened in theaters in Hollywood, CA; Burbank, CA; Buffalo, NY; Niagara Falls, NY; North Tonawanda, NY; Honesdale, PA; Houston, TX; and Torremolinos, Spain.

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