This Week


Prints on the fifth floor

An exhibit of work by printmakers Susan Budash and Ben Dunkle is on view March 8 through July 8 in the Capen Hall Gallery located on the fifth floor of Capen on the North Campus. The Art Department's Printmaking Program is directed by Professors Adele Henderson and Harvey Breverman. There is an opening reception March 8 from 4-6 p.m.

Dutch building

"Dutch Modern Architecture" has just opened in the James Dyett Gallery and is on view through April 12. The gallery is located in 335 Hayes Hall, South Campus. Hours are Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Sesqui exhibit

"UB Remembers," a university sesquicentennial exhibit organized by University Archives, opens to the public March 8 in 420 Capen Hall on the North Campus, and continues there through Sept. 10. A bright item in the exhibit, organized by chief archivist Shonnie Finnegan, is the state charter incorporating the University of Buffalo on April 22, 1846. A centennial exhibit here had to settle for a photographic copy of the document. This time we can see the real McCoy (which up to now has not been allowed to leave Albany). Groups wishing to visit the exhibit may arrange to do so by calling 645-2916. Exhibit hours are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Continuing Exhibits

Seeing nature

"Perfect World," a group show, features work of Vincent Shrine, Laura Stein, Gregory Crewdson, David Nazio, and Ronald Jones, through March 31 in the University Art Gallery located in the Center for the Arts, North Campus. Gallery hours are 10:30 a.m.-8 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday, and Noon-5 p.m. Sunday. Admission is free.

Digital art

"Digital Messages: Vision, Revision, and Precision," a show by Communications Design and Computer Art students and faculty, continues through March 14 in the Art Department Gallery, Center for the Arts, North Campus.

Topped by fish tanks

"Dumping Sight: Landscape/Landscope," an exhibit by Satoru Takahashi, is the exhibit through March 22 in the University Art Gallery, Center for the Arts, North Campus. The exhibit is "a complex architectural-sculptural work consisting of two separate revolving doors made of reflective glass with fish tanks as ceilings." Takahashi is a Japanese artist living in New York City. Gallery hours are Wednesday through Saturday, 10:30 a.m.-8 p.m., and Sunday, Noon-5 p.m. Admission is free.

Lightwell installation

Leonardo Drew's site-specific installation "No. 45-A" was designed for the Lightwell Gallery in the Center for the Arts, North Campus, and now is lodged there through October.

Black History Month

"The Legacy of Arthur A. Schomburg" is on display through March 15 in Lockwood Memorial Library, North Campus. The traveling exhibition of photographs and reproductions of manuscripts explores the global history and culture of black people, whose heritage Schomburg dedicated his life to preserving. The exhibit also traces the evolution of the Harlem-based research center that bears his name.


Electing women

The Women's Club of the university holds its annual election March 12 at 7:30 p.m. in the Emeritus Center located in Goodyear Hall on the South Campus. After the balloting, Buffalo News columnist Paula Voell will speak on "My Life in Lifestyles."



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