Art and neurodiversity combine in Ashland exhibition
Do not expect a landscape painting in the style of the Romantic era from Bruce Burris.
It's just not the way the artist works; he prefers to depict class and philosophical divides in his paintings and collages. And Burris also encourages neurodiverse artists to express themselves in visual arts.
Schneider Museum of Art at Southern Oregon University opens an exhibition of Burris's work starting tomorrow (October 5th), PLUS an exhibition, curated by Burris, of the work of neurodiverse artists from up and down the I-5 corridor.
Bruce Burris and museum director Scott Malbaurn visit with details.