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Wednesday, May 25, 2016

In the spate of historic renovations that have recently been carried out downtown, none is more widely adored than Rocco Termini’s restoration of the Lafayette Hotel.From the unearthing of etched glass doors and elaborate tile and wood floors to the... Read More

By Colin Dabkowski » Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Gardening season is upon us, and the Burchfield Penney Art Center is getting in on the action. The center on Tuesday announced a new landscape design by Timothy Richley, who promised visitors "a visual gateway which will give the effect of looking... Read More

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

The influence of visual art on popular culture isn’t always obviousto the casual observer. It often seeps in from the edges, popping up in television dialogue or informing the look and feel of an Oscar-winning film. This is the quiet but expansive... Read More

By Colin Dabkowski » Monday, May 23, 2016

On a Wednesday morning in early April, Rachel Lyons’ first-period art classroom in Buffalo’s Academy for Visual and Performing Arts was a scene of tightly controlled chaos. In the back corner of the classroom, 10th-graders Kayla Riley and Nicholas... Read More

By Colin Dabkowski » Thursday, May 19, 2016

A quietly inspirational public art project aimed at improving the daily lives of  Western New Yorkers is running through at least Monday on The Buffalo News' digital sign at Washington and Scott streets, with more billboard locations being... Read More




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By Colin Dabkowski » Thursday, May 19, 2016

When Buffalo painter William Y. Cooper died in February, the arts community lost one of its most vibrant personalities. Cooper’s astoundingly bright and colorful paintings and murals, in which he wove together the infinite influences of African... Read More

By Colin Dabkowski » Thursday, May 19, 2016

In cities segmented by class, race and politics, it is often artists who are charged with bridging divides. For a yearlong period beginning next fall, that task will fall to the Chicago-based artist Nick Cave and several community organizations. They... Read More

By Colin Dabkowski » Wednesday, May 18, 2016

The owners of a concrete business headquartered in a Larkinville warehouse are getting into the art business. Concrete Innovations CFO Charles Griffasi is currently seeking proposals for shows in a space he's dubbed "The Gallery at CI," in the... Read More

By Colin Dabkowski » Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Few historical forces retain more sway over the creative output of the Buffalo-Niagara region than its industrial heritage. Reminders of it are omnipresent and unavoidable, from the grain elevators lining the Buffalo River to the hollowed-out former... Read More

By Colin Dabkowski » Monday, May 16, 2016

Despite the weekend's unseasonably cold weather, the latest iteration of the Echo Art Fair drew healthy crowds to the former American Axle plant on the East Side, now owned by OSC Manufacturing and Equipment Services. "Honestly, it surpassed... Read More

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