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Open Call for Work – “Ill at Ease: Dis-ease in Art” curated by PhD Student Conor Moynihan

June 6, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

Open call for work in an exhibition curated by Visual Studies PhD Student Conor Moynihan in the Department of Art Gallery in Spring 2016. Ill at Ease: Dis-ease in Art is an exhibition centered around the topic of illness—biological, physical, mental, societal, environmental—and, paradoxically, health. Bound up in an often tense position within American culture, illness and health Read More

UB Department of Art Alum Michael Beitz Creates Public Artwork for North Campus

May 20, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

Whippy, the new work of public art by UB Department of Art MFA Alum Michael Beitz (2009), was installed recently on Founders Plaza near Baldy Hall and the Student Union on North Campus as part of the Small Facility and Grounds Spaces initiative. Beitz’s work is part of an effort to improve the UB experience for Read More

NATURAL PROCESSES: MFA Thesis Exhibition by Max Collins Opens Sunday at the Castellani Art Museum

May 12, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

Max Collins: Natural Processes  May 15 – September 11, 2016 Opening reception, with artist talk at 3:00 p.m., Sunday, May 15, 2:00 – 4:00 p.m Castellani Art Museum, Niagara University, NY Natural Processes is a the culmination of integrative learning partnerships the artist developed with Niagara University students and regional primary and secondary schools including Stella Niagara Education Read More

UB Senior Thesis Exhibition “Vertices” at High-Temp on Saturday, May 7th

May 2, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

Please join us at Hi-Temp Fabrication for the opening of the 2016 UB Senior Thesis Show, Vertices, on view on Saturday, May 7th, from 5PM – 9PM.  

After the Fall: MFA Thesis Exhibition by Alyssa Crane Opens Friday, 5/29

April 27, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

Please join MFA student Alyssa Crane for the opening reception of her MFA thesis exhibition, After the Fall Reception: Friday, April 29th, 7 – 11pm Main Street Gallery, 515 Main Street, Buffalo, NY Refreshments and drinks will be provided On view April 29th through May 5th 2016 “We may speculate: Under the spell of The Read More

Join MFA Students Liz Black, Gareth Lichty, & Todd Smith at Silo City for a One Day Exhibition

April 25, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

Please join MFA students Liz Black, Gareth Lichty, and Todd C. Smith for a one day exhibition on April 30th from 2-8PM at Silo City, Buffalo. Liz Black – Mischievous Mold Gareth Lichty – Camber Todd C. Smith – Inward Out: Spontaneous Reverberations Saturday, April 30th 2-8PM Silo City Child St. Buffalo, NY 14203

“AquaConscience” – Sustainability Art Exhibition in the Project Space for Earth Week

April 18, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

AquaConscience Opening reception Monday, April 18th 6:00- 8:00 p.m. The Project Space, Center for the Arts Room 155, UB North Campus Join us for food, film and art at AquaConscience, this year’s sustainability art exhibition held during Earth Week, April 18- April 22, 2016! This year’s theme centers around a critique of human impact on Read More

Mockingbird: Skylar Borgstrom’s MFA Thesis Exhibition Opens April 8th at Box Gallery

April 4, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

MOCKINGBIRD Skylar Borgstrom BOX Gallery Opening Reception: April 8, 2016 7-11PM 667 Main Street, Buffalo, NY We often think it is simply advertisers who seek to highjack our dreams yet since the late 1940’s the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has spent one third of its annual budget on covert propaganda and mis-information throughout all Read More

A Billion: Katherine Gaudy’s MFA Thesis Opens Saturday, March 19th, at Big Orbit

March 14, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

Please join MFA student Katherine Gaudy for the opening reception of her thesis exhibition, A Billion, on Saturday, March 19th, from 8:00 – 11:00 PM at Big Orbit Project Space, 30D Essex Street, Buffalo, NY.  The exhibition will be on view until April 17, 2016. Katharine’s work is centered on a conceptualization of process which captures Read More

Amelia Jones on March 9th – “Intimate Relations: What Makes Performance Queer? What Makes Queer Performative?”

March 1, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

Image: Rocio Boliver with Thibault Delferière, The Sea Anemone and the Hermit Crab, 2015, from ‘Overstimulated’ event, organized by Dominic Johnson and Jennifer Doyle, Human Resources, Los Angeles. Courtesy of Amelia Jones. Leslie Lohman Queer Art Lecture Series in partnership with Hallwalls and the Queer Studies Research Workshop presents Amelia Jones, March 9th at 7pm at Read More

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