[ART] There is no other day than Sunday to go and take an adventure up north.
Buffalo’s venerable Squeaky Wheel Film & Arts Center, is the area’s longest running media resource center that provides opportunities for youth, adults and artists to create and exhibit their work. Squeaky Wheel will be turning 30 in the coming months, and moving to a new location.
[ART] On Saturday, March 7, local photographers Alexis Oltmer and William Bergmann will be exhibiting and selling their travel photos from Honduras at CEPA Gallery as a fundraiser for the non-profit, Shoulder to Shoulder Pittsburgh, whose mission is to provide health care and training for health professionals from the area of San Jose Del Negrito.
[ART] Join the University Heights Arts Association for a day of arts, architecture, and fun activities for families. This garden walk will include the unveiling of the new sculpture garden at St.
[ART] Curated by 2015 MFA Candidate Liz Bayan, Phantom Vibrations, is a group show with a stellar list of internationally known artists such as Lynn Hershman Leeson, Clement Valla, Kris Verdonck, Future Death Toll, Jillian Mayer, Erik Carter and Tyler Madsen.
[ART] If you and your family are looking for something fun and different to do, come on out to this free outdoor party.
[ART] Starting from a point that is influenced by movement, color fields of infinite lines stretch over the landscape of paper. Sehr’s compulsive drawings pull you in to more closely explore the terrain that she has beautifully carved out with ink.
[INFRINGEMENT] In its 11th year, the Infringement Festival is launching this coming Thursday in the Front Yard of the Burchfield Penney with a series of performance acts that will get you in the mood to later—at 7:30
[FILM] Kicking off their ACESS Documentary Film Series, Squeaky Wheel is presenting locals a rare opportunity to watch this Oscar nominated film, Burma VJ: Reporting from a Closed Country, followed by a Q&A with political prisoners that currently res
[ART] Come one, come all to the grand opening of Prism, a gallery that is dedicated to local LGBT artists. The mission of Prism is to empower regional LGBT creative makers, and celebrate the community’s history as a vessel of creativity and transformation.