Assembly House 150
Assembly House 150 creates inspiring, wondrous environments for all to experience the art of building.
An artist-led 501c(3) nonprofit art, design and construction incubator and experiential learning center in Buffalo, NY, Assembly House 150 is located in the former Immaculate Conception Church, on Buffalo’s Historic Lower West Side.
ASSEMBLY HOUSE 150 brings together tradespeople, artists, designers, architects, artisans, planners, preservationists, students, apprentices and others to build awareness of the built environment, teach skills in design and construction, work together on impactful community projects and empower people through creative action. Our programs offer skill building opportunities and job placement services for adults (SACRA), and high school aged children in grades 10-12 (Model City Builders). We use the creative fusion of diverse audiences and stakeholders to shape the design and construction of the built environment and we endeavor to build a more artful and equitable city.
Assembly House 150 offers public tours of our ever-evolving space on the second Saturday of each month, between March and November. Tours are also available by appointment on a year-round basis. Visit our website to learn more.