[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] In using art to provoke questions and dialogue around the human condition, and the functionality of the collective memory, Millie Chen’s new installation, stain, is inspired by her recent visit to Tuol Sleng
[ART] As part of the TopSpin series, under the curatorial direction of Michael Beam, every year the museum highlights three local/regional emerging artists whose phenomenal work stands out, and offers them their first solo exhibition and publication opportunity with an institution.
[ART] Head over to Dreamland this Saturday and check out theirown curated art fair that includes works by dozens of local contemporary artists.
[ART] To those that do not have an arts background, sometimes talking about what you see can be paralyzing and uncomfortable.
[ART] If your New Year’s resolution was to take better care of yourself and become more involved with the arts and culture of the area, join instructor, Leanne Oldenbrook at the Albright-Knox this Saturday, for an art inspired yoga class.
[ART] Don’t miss out on the Third Annual Spring Artists Sale, featuring work by more than 35 local artisans.
[ART] This Friday, pop on over to Buffalo Arts Studio to see the three new exhibitions opening in their space.
Buffalo’s venerable Squeaky Wheel Film & Arts Center is the area’s longest running media resource center, providing opportunities for youth, adults and artists to create and exhibit their work.