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Public Art Aims to Rewild Buffalo

Public Art Aims to Rewild Buffalo

The Albright-Knox Art Gallery’s Public Art Initiative has already brought Buffalo the iconic Shark Girl sculpture and the You Are Beautiful billboards, but its next project will be serving an environmental purpose as well. Jenny Kendler, the artist-in-residence at the Natural Resources Defense Council, has developed Milkweed Dispersal Balloons to help the endangered Monarch butterfly. […]

See Art Run Opens Falls Group Show

The latest See Art Run exhibit had its opening this past Thursday on Halloween. See Art Run is a student-run gallery that features original student work, showcased all year. The featured work, some by Walter Robinson, Katie Riter, Rena Lyon, Dante Feliciano, and Alex Fisher, ranges from paintings to photography. The gallery opening attracted students […]

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Art and History Combine for a Memorable Night

A perennial art show has firmly established itself in the Buffalo summer event series. Silo City provided the backdrop for one of the most unique art experiences in Buffalo. In its second year, City of Night appeared more refined and mature. The show directors, the Emerging Leaders in the Arts of Buffalo (ELAB), expanded this […]

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Fragments shows the raw creativity Buffalo has to offer

On March 15, a group of four emerging Buffalo artists took over the Hi-Temp Fabrication factory in the Cobblestone District. The result was a one-night, pop-up warehouse exhibit entitled “Fragments.” The four artists participating were Thomas Webb, OGRE, Chuck Tingley and Max Collins. Each artist displayed their work on one of the four walls of […]

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Student Interpretation Art Opening

Thursday, Feb. 7 was the reception for the new exhibition of art, displayed in the Flickinger Performing Arts Center. This new display, “Student Interpretation of the Nichols Art Collection,” combines work from the Nichols School Art Collection and the new work of current Nichols students. Ms. Andrea Mancuso, an Upper School visual arts teacher, was […]

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