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bpNichol: Love Letter

Barrie Phillip Nichol (born 1944, Vancouver–died 1988, Toronto), known to his friends and readers as bpNichol, was a polymathic Canadian poet who worked across disciplines Read More »

Maria D. Rapicavoli: Surface Tension

New York-based artist Maria D. Rapicavoli has been drawing on her native Sicily as a place of departure and arrival to frame her understanding of Read More »

Gregg Bordowitz: Tetragrammaton

The tetragrammaton is the four-letter Hebrew word for G-d in Judaism, which is never uttered and appears only in written form. The reader of the Read More »

Discussing Health & Wellness Virtually

Selections from the Cravens Collection & Edgar R. McGuire Historical Medical Instrument Collection Join the zoom virtual opening Friday, June 25 at 4PM!  Discussing Health Read More »

Elizabeth Murray: Back in Town

  This summer the University at Buffalo Art Galleries presents the first major posthumous exhibition of work by pioneering painter Elizabeth Murray (1940–2007). This survey Read More »

Chaotic Good Part 3

Schedule Appointment   American composer Stephen Sondheim once said, “Art, in itself, is an attempt to bring order out of chaos.” The graduating students of Read More »

Chaotic Good Part 2

Schedule Appointment   American composer Stephen Sondheim once said, “Art, in itself, is an attempt to bring order out of chaos.” The graduating students of Read More »

Philip Pavia: Drawings and Small Sculptures

Organized in conjunction with the unveiling of a large-scale, outdoor sculpture that will be installed on UB’s North campus, this exhibition documents sculptor Philip Pavia’s process through drawings and small marble sculptures.