The AKAG's 150-year tradition of collecting, conserving, and exhibiting the art of its time has given rise to one of the world’s most extraordinary art collections. The museum has continued to add cutting-edge contemporary art to its Collection.
Since its formal opening on July 25, 1974, Artpark has successfully forged a new role for the arts in leisure. Artpark is unique as a public park and as a space for art. There is nothing like it - anywhere.
The Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra Society, Inc. provides a resident, professional, major symphony orchestra of artistic excellence and integrity to enrich the quality of life in Western New York through the presentation of live symphonic music and other musical events which educate and entertain the broadest possible audiences within and beyond the Western New York region.
The Burchfield Penney Art Center is a museum dedicated to the art and vision of Charles E. Burchfield and distinguished artists of Buffalo, Niagara and Western New York. Through our affiliation with SUNY Buffalo State, we encourage learning and celebrate our richly creative and diverse community.
With four galleries of changing exhibits and events, multimedia public art installations, arts education programs, and an open-access darkroom and digital photo lab, CEPA creates a vibrant presence in the heart of downtown Buffalo.
echo Art Fair, a juried fine art exposition, connects experienced collectors and first-time buyers with emerging and established local, regional and international artists in a centralized and creative environment. It provides fine art enthusiasts—at all levels—an opportunity to learn more about collecting and/or experiencing art.
Each year El Museo presents professionally curated exhibitions of contemporary fine art of emerging, mid-career, and established regional, national, and international artists of color who make a unique contribution to the visual arts through their sculptures, photographs, paintings, and installations.
Frank Lloyd Wright's Darwin Martin House Complex preserves, interprets and promotes a world class, master-piece built for Wright's significant patron and friend; it is located in Buffalo, New York - a city of recognized architectural treasures.
Hallwalls' twofold mission is to serve artists by supporting the creation and presentation of new work in the visual, media, performing, and literary arts, and to serve the public by making these works available to audiences. We are dedicated in particular to work by artists which challenges and extends the traditional boundaries of the various art forms, and which is critically engaged with current issues in the arts and--through the arts--in society.
Shea's Performing Arts Center (originally Shea's Buffalo) is a theater for touring Broadway musicals and special events in Buffalo, New York. Originally called Shea's Buffalo, it was opened in 1926 to show silent movies. It took one year to build the entire theatre. Shea's boasts one of the few theater organs in the US that is still in operation in the theater for which it was designed.
Squeaky Wheel Film & Media Art Center remains as the only organization in Western NY with a roster of education, equipment access, and exhibition programming dedicated to explore film & digital media arts. Entering its 30th year of existence, Squeaky Wheel’s reputation in the media arts field continues to grow nationally and internationally.
The Theatre Alliance of Buffalo, TAB, is made up of a diverse collection of 21 professional theatres that strongly believes in the power, relevance, and importance of live theatre in our fast paced world. The WNY region features some of finest talent that we're sure will entertain, surprise, educate and engage theatre goers of all ages.
The Western New York Book Arts Center promotes greater understanding of printing and book-related arts through education, creation, and exhibition for a broad and diverse community. The Western New York Book Arts Center features a letterpress and screenprinting studio, a gallery, a working museum, and a boutique.