[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] Take advantage of this opportunity and visit the Burchfield Penney Art Center for free on Friday. The museum will be free all day from 10am-8pm, so you can take your time and enjoy the multiple exhibits currently on view.
[ART] If you’re looking for something fun to do outdoors, then stop by Buffalo Bookfest, a day-long festival at Western New York Book Arts Center.
[ART] Calling all Veterans, their families, and those who have experienced the trauma of war: join artist and author, John Montague and artist/founder, Jackie Albarella in creating original art works inspired by the graphic novel genre.
[ART] Through her investigations of the “naturual” seen in our contemporary landscapes, Roberley Bell creates slick, brightly colored sculptures that initiate a dialogue between the interior and exterior.
[ART] As part of the Discover Amherst Street Festival, 464 Gallery will have its doors open all day and night long hosting an array of art and music.
[ART] A locked room in a gallery. A house nearby. A walk in between. These are the words from a press release from artist Avye Alexandres that left me feeling intrigued and wondering what this is all about.
[ART] The public is invited to pop by The Pop In, the new community storefront on Grant Street, for local artist and activist Dana Saylor’s tenancy.