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Professor Millie Chen – Upcoming Artist’s Talk at Hallwalls

November 15, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

Wednesday, November 16 at 7:00 p.m. Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center FREE Millie Chen Artist’s Talk Department of Art Professor Millie Chen’s work is often multidimensional, using video, installation and experiential aspects to address social characteristics of modernity. Recently, she worked in collaboration with the PED collective, creating an audio bicycle tour intended to uncover layers Read More


Now Hiring a Tenure Track Assistant Professor in Photography

  by: Natalie Fleming

Center for the Arts, University at Buffalo

The Department of Art at the University at Buffalo, The State University of New York (UB) is seeking a professionally active photography-based artist with a strong exhibition record and growing national reputation to teach photography at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. This is a tenure track, assistant professor position with full benefits and salary Read More


Roundtable Discussion Tomorrow Night: What Does It Mean To Be Human?

November 14, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

Roundtable Discussion: What Does It Mean To Be Human? Featuring RPI Department of Art Professor Kathy High, UB Department of Transnational Studies Professor LaKisha Simmons, and UB Department of Art Professor Jasmina Tumbas 6PM, Tuesday, November 15th Department of Art Gallery, B45 Center for the Arts All are welcome What does it mean to be Read More


Professor Millie Chen in Solo Exhibition “Prototypes 1970s” at BT&C Gallery

October 31, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

Please join Department of Art Professor Millie Chen, for the opening of her solo exhibition Prototypes 1970s at BT&C Gallery on  Thursday, November 3rd from 6-9pm. The show will remain on view through December 17th. Gallery hours are Fridays 12-7pm and select Saturdays 12-4pm, or anytime by appointment. Prototypes 1970s is titled after a recent series Read More


Professor Paul Vanouse and The America Project at University City Science Center’s Esther Klein Gallery

October 20, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

Among our many differences, humans have one thing in common: we’re all made up of DNA. The newest exhibition at the University City Science Center’s Esther Klein Gallery (EKG) brings this fact to life in a live biological art exhibit focused on DNA Fingerprinting. The America Project, created by Department of Art Professor Paul Vanouse, opens Read More


Professor George Afedzi Hughes – Upcoming Artist’s Talk at Hallwalls

October 18, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

Please join Professor George Afedzi Hughes on Wednesday, October 19th for an Artist’s Talk at Hallwalls Event is at 7 PM. Admission is FREE. Hughes’ work uses the history of colonialism as a basis to highlight parallels between that violent history and contemporary global conflicts. ln today’s informational age global occurrences of violence reach us Read More


Professor Joan Linder: Artist Talk: Operation Sunshine

September 29, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

Professor Joan Linder will discuss her process and her exhibition Joan Linder: Operation Sunshine at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery on Friday, October 7th from 6-7PM.  Operation Sunshine, on view through October 30, highlights Linder’s most recent body of work, which explores toxic waste sites in Buffalo, Tonawanda, and Niagara Falls, New York, and the documents related to such precarious properties.


Professor Stephanie Rothenberg Presents Two Installations at the Sight and Sound Festival: Per Capita, Montreal, 9/28-10/2

September 28, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

Professor Stephanie Rothenberg presents two installations, Planthropy and Laborers of Love/LOL at the Sight and Sound Festival: Per Capita in Montreal, Canada from September 28th until October 2nd. Planthropy is a robotic garden of hanging plants whose lifelines depend on cause-related Tweets questioning what it means to be charitable through the click of a button. Read More


Tonight at Indigo – Tree-Cantations, A Solo Exhibition by Professor Reinhard Reitzenstein

September 2, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

TREE-CANTATIONS SEPTEMBER 2 – OCTOBER 2, 2016 RECEPTION: FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2, 6 – 9PM, BUFFALO, NY INDIGO ART, 47 Allen St, Buffalo, New York Recent work by Reinhard Reitzenstein Professor Reinhard Reitzenstein’s work explores the interconnection between nature, culture, and technology. In Tree-cantations, Reitzenstein, a self-described dendrophilliac (lover of trees), features a selection of drawings Read More


Exhibition Curated by Professor Jonathan Katz & PhD Student Andrew Barron Opens at the Leslie Lohman Museum

July 15, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

A Deeper Dive, an exhibition curated by Professor Jonathan Katz and PhD student Andrew Barron opens July 15th at the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art.  There will be an opening reception from 6-8PM.  The exhibition will be on view until September 25, 2016. This thought-provoking and compelling exhibition visually explores the impact of Read More


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