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Buffalo Society of Artists 115TH Catalogue Exhibition

Founded in 1891, the Buffalo Society of Artists is one of the oldest continually operating arts organizations in the country.  The group currently numbers approximately Read More »

Dinh Q Le: Saigon Diary

Dinh Q. Lê: Saigon Diary is an incisive commentary on the radical changes taking place in Vietnam as it rapidly moves away from socialism to embrace Read More »

Visual Epistemologies The Department of Visual Studies Faculty Exhibition

Epistemology is the branch of philosophy that grapples with how we come to know and understand the world. Likewise art can offer new lenses for Read More »

Will Harris: From Java to Buffalo

Will Harris: From Java to Buffalo features a series of watercolors and oils painted over the course of almost three decades that express the Western New Read More »

Niagara Frontier Watercolor Society National Exhibition

Founded in 1980, the Society’s primary aim is to promote, teach and exhibit transparent watercolor. It is one of a very few Watercolor Societies today Read More »

Bruce Jackson: “American Chartres”: Buffalo’s Waterfront Elevators

Grain elevators were invented in Buffalo. For a much of the 19th and 20th centuries the huge structures along the Buffalo River and Lake Erie gave visual Read More »

Jonathan Barcan and Carolyn Kaser

MFA Thesis Exhibitions Jonathan Barcan: Things Fragment, Things Merge Barcan’s drawings and prints are driven by his fascination in how people relate to one another. Read More »

Michael Place: Hidden Potential

School of Architecture and Planning Thesis Exhibition Hidden Potential is an installation that presents a series of raw materials that are the product of the tire Read More »

LANGUAGE TO COVER A WALL: Visual Poetry through its changing media

LANGUAGE to Cover a Wall abounds in visual and concrete poetry, in which the visual arrangement of text, images, and symbols combine to create an intended Read More »

Horsplay

Horsplay will feature artwork by alumni from the MFA program in the University at Buffalo’s Department of Art (now the Department of Visual Studies). Via an Read More »