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Jillian Mayers practice continually explores how technology affects our lives, bodies and identities through investigating the blurred lines between our physical and online worlds in regards to dependency and value. While growing up in Florida, one of the sea level states that stands to face global warming head on, Mayer has been inundated with a lifetime of hurricane seasons and alerts. In this exhibition, Mayer continues her exploration into survivalist and prepper subculture tendencies that stem from her personal experience as well as a general more global experience of environmental disaster.View Details
Stop by the main Buffalo & Erie County Public Library downtown for their free noontime Lecture Series. Topics change weekly and you can find a schedule on the website. Topics covered include: Arts & Creativity, Architecture & Design, History & Future, and Nature & Science.View Details
Visit the gallery for the Cages / Logging exhibit – which composes two parallel narratives that explore the processes by which nature becomes a material space charged with intellectual emotion. From the exploration that compels us to search for the natural sources that will provide us with our building materials, to the actual manufacturing of the skin that protects us from that same environment, Cages / Logging offers a unique vision of the privilege and responsibility that we have in the design of our spaces.
Malangas photography is focused on the legendary cultural, artistic, and musical personalities of our times. Allen Ginsberg, Mick Jagger, Robert Mapplethorpe, and Lou Reed were just a few of Malangas hundreds of subjects. Malanga was Andy Warhols assistant and collaborator at The Factory for seven years in the 1960s and in addition to working on some of Warhols most celebrated paintings, Malanga filmed over 300 screen tests inside the fabled Factory Art Studio. The event, offered in collaboration with the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, features a photo slide show presentation of Malangas portrait photography followed by a Q&A session and book-signing.View Details
This unique antique and collectibles market has long been considered Buffalos Favorite. Visit our popular vendors along with guest vendors, including experts in various areas there to buy, sell or just give advice. Free antiques appraisals this month. Visitors may bring up to three items. We have collectibles, jewelry, old advertising, beanies, antiques, china, glass, breweriana, knickknacks, sports items, ephemera, postcards, books, magazine, toys, jewelry, tools, household items, clothing, crafts, small furniture items. Bright, street level hall with ample parking awaits you.View Details
Be there for this display of cultural and ethnic pride, as the Polish community celebrates Dyngus Day! This parade gathers people together with a sense of camraderie and joy, mixed with nostalgia and hope. Complete with floats, polka bands, dancers and families tossing beads and candy to kids on the route – you’ll be awash in a sea of red and white!View Details
Just Buffalo Literary Center presents Silo City Reading Series – a summer multidisciplinary poetry series including live musical performances and art installations. All readings are FREE and open to the public and will take place in Silo Citys Marine A. Please see site for additional featured readers/musicians.
The July 20, 2019 Silo City Reading will feature performances by Nicole Sealey & Paige Melin, art by Gareth Lichty, & music by Little cake.View Details
The Allentown Art Festival takes place in the Allentown Historic Preservation District of Buffalo. Tens of thousands of art patrons visit the festival to enjoy the beauty of Buffalo’s weather in June, the charm and uniqueness of the Allentown area and the quality of the art and crafts presented by the over 400 juried exhibitors.View Details