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We’re Participating in Give 716, Buffalo’s Inaugural Day of Giving!

Arts Services Inc has partnered with the Bills and Sabres Foundations to participate in WNY's inaugural Give 716 campaign, taking place July 16, 2021.   Why give to ASI?   During the COVID-19 shutdown, the arts industry was one of the first industries to shut down and was the last industry to reopen. ASI provides [...]

We’re Participating in Give 716, Buffalo’s Inaugural Day of Giving!2021-07-08T11:25:27-04:00

550 Seneca Street Mural Reaches Completion

In July of 2020, local artist Cassandra Ott was chosen to create a mural at 550 Seneca Street through a proposal competition administered through ASI. Building construction and COVID delayed plans to complete the mural as scheduled but Cassi's vision has recently been completed and her work now welcomes visitors into Larkinville. This was Cassi's second [...]

550 Seneca Street Mural Reaches Completion2021-06-28T09:13:24-04:00

Best Wishes for Arts Access Coordinator, Jess Trainor

It's never easy to say goodbye to someone as genuine, hardworking, and caring as Jess Trainor. But the time has come and we wish her nothing but the very best as she moves on to her next great adventure in Missouri. Jess has been instrumental in running and growing the Arts Access program at ASI. [...]

Best Wishes for Arts Access Coordinator, Jess Trainor2021-06-25T12:59:43-04:00

Please join us in welcoming Cameryn, Devon, and Nicole to ASI!

The ASI team is growing and we are so excited to welcome three new members to our family. Please join us in welcoming Cameryn Handel (Arts Access Coordinator), Devon Bradley (Development and Engagement Manager), and Nicole Murray (Marketing and Communications Manager). Get to know them below!   Cameryn will be training with our current Arts [...]

Please join us in welcoming Cameryn, Devon, and Nicole to ASI!2021-06-07T09:38:46-04:00

A Look at the New ASI Identity

2021 marks a special year for ASI – it’s our 10-year anniversary! And how better to celebrate than with a makeover! Our new brand includes two exciting changes: A revised name A new logo When ASI was created in 2011, we really were an initiative. ASI was created with support from Fund for the Arts [...]

A Look at the New ASI Identity2021-02-02T13:16:23-05:00

ASI Receives Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation CARES Funding

We were generously awarded $10,000 from the Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation (MAAF) through the CARES Arts Organization Relief Grants program in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Small to mid-sized non-profit arts organizations in MAAF’s partner states, jurisdictions, and territories (DC, DE, MD, NJ, NY, PA, USVI, VA, and WV) were eligible to apply through a [...]

ASI Receives Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation CARES Funding2020-10-16T11:09:00-04:00

Creative COVID Captioning: Q&A with the Irish Classical Theatre Company

For this month’s Accessibility in the Arts spotlight, we sat down with Kate LoConti Alcocer, Executive Artistic Director of the Irish Classical Theatre Company, to learn more about the organization, their programming, and how they are leading the charge to make theatre more accessible to the deaf and hard of hearing communities. The Irish Classical [...]

Creative COVID Captioning: Q&A with the Irish Classical Theatre Company2020-10-11T18:11:43-04:00

Celeste Lawson Receives 2020 Fendrick Theatre Fund Grant

We are excited to announce that local poet and writer Celeste Lawson was the recipient of this year's Fendrick Theatre Fund grant for her production of Typography of Women: I Am Not Invisible. Typography Of Women: I Am Not Invisible was born out of a 10-year desire of Celeste's to create an original performance piece [...]

Celeste Lawson Receives 2020 Fendrick Theatre Fund Grant2020-09-26T09:29:42-04:00
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