Thank you for a successful event!
Join us on Saturday, February 28 from 2PM – 6PM and see area lawyers trade in their suits and briefcases for jeans and guitar picks to raise funds for Give for Greatness.
Featuring all lawyer bands and all lawyer art for auction.
SAVE THE DATE!
Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at the Hotel at the Lafayette
Awards – Live Performances – Food – Open Bar – Gallery Featuring the Work of the Winners & Finalists
A free program that opens the door to arts and culture for all Western New Yorkers by connecting them to free and low cost cultural opportunities in their communities.
ASI has partnered with local theatres, galleries, and more to give SNAP (Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program) recipients of Erie and Niagara Counties the chance to see, experience, and participate in live shows and events by providing free tickets through the Arts Access Pass.
Not eligible for the pass? Not a problem. You can still take advantage of all the free and low-cost arts and cultural programming already offered in WNY.
CALL 362-8389 X512 to apply for a pass.
Great Gift for the arts and cultural lover…
2014-15 Decks are available NOW.
The decks are $10 per deck and offer discounts to area arts and cultural organizations (good September 1, 2014 through December 31, 2015).
You can also purchase Dining Decks and Cocktail decks (or bundle all three together and have a night out on the town!!)
And the winner of Buffalo’s newest public art project is…
Bruce Adams and Augstina Droze’s mural “Go!”, pictured here in a mock-up version, will be installed in the spring on the side of 95 Perry St.
on March 3, 2015 – 8:00 AM, updated March 3, 2015 at 8:54 AM
The votes are in, and Buffalo’s first major vote-driven public art project has been selected.
“Go!” – a bright, Bauhaus-inspired mural conceived by artists Augustina Droze and Bruce Adams – will be installed in the coming months on the south side of 95 Perry St., facing Helium Comedy Club, in the increasingly buzzworthy Cobblestone District.
The idea went head to head in a public voting process with a radically different concept from local artist Shasti O’Leary Soudant involving two enormous pieces of orange metal called “Sluice.” After the votes from the contest’s Facebook page were tallied, “Go!” emerged victorious by “a small margin,” according to a release from Savarino Companies, which owns 95 Perry St. and initiated the contest. The two entries were chosen by a panel of art experts, including artists Gerald Mead and Jax Deluca, Albright-Knox Art Gallery curator Aaron Ott and Tod Kniazuk of the Arts Services Initiative, which administered the contest.
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