Weekly Feature

2018-01-03 / Entertainment


fri. 5

3X3: The Art of Dianna Derhak, Natalie Dilenno and David Simpson — With an opening reception from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Jan. 5, and continues through Friday, Feb. 2, at The Amber M. Dixon Gallery@BCAT, the art gallery within the Buffalo Center for Arts and Technology (BCAT), 1221 Main St., Buffalo, next door to the Buffalo Art Space Gallery. 259-1680


Call for Artists — ART247, formerly Market Street Art Studios is seeking work for its Black and White Exhibition 2018. Artists can submit up to three entries. Entries should include two dimensional and/or three-dimensional work done in black and/or white with gray scale acceptable. Photography in any form is not included in this exhibition. Submission fees: Non-refundable fee for entry is $35 to be submitted with the entry. Checks should be made out to ART247, LLC. Entries are preferred to be submitted via digital format to Gallery@theArt247.com, however, printed photographs of the entries are also acceptable. All entries must be original to the submitting artist. Work must be professionally mounted and framed. Awards will be chosen at the opening reception, with first place receiving $75, second place $50, and third place $25. Entries are due Saturday, Jan. 6, and an opening exhibition reception will take place from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 13, at Market Street Art Center, 247 Market St., Lockport. 478-0239

‘Spirit of Community’ To Arrive at Hotel Henry — Hotel Henry’s north entrance is now exhibiting a new piece of art as part of the Buffalo Renaissance Foundation Sculptural Art Initiatives’ “Spirit of Buffalo” sculpture series. The Buffalo Renaissance Foundation, in collaboration with Hotel Henry, the Richardson Olmsted Campus, and Lipsey Buffalo Architecture Center, have brought “Spirit of Community” to the new north entrance of this historic rehabilitation project. Five thematic sculptural art installations will be placed throughout the downtown area. Three of the art installations have been completed to date, and the fourth, focused on the “Spirit of Community,” will be dedicated Jan. 3 at Hotel Henry.


now-Jan. 5

Sarah Myers: Ground — An exhibition of new paintings by Sarah Myers, through Friday, Jan. 5, at Eleven Twenty Projects, 1120 Main St., Buffalo. 882-8100, www.eleventwentyprojects.com

now-Jan. 6

Place Relations: Identity in Contemporary Israeli Avant-Garde Art — Introducing video artist Yael Bartana, with work by Re’em Aharoni. On display through Saturday, Jan. 6, at CEPA Gallery Contemporary Photography and Visual Arts Center, 617 Main St., Buffalo. 856-2717, www.cepagallery.org

now-Jan. 12

HEY LOOK: Paintings by Daniel Maysonet and Jim Bilger — Their paintings appear to complement, even celebrate one another, perhaps largely because both artists simply paint what makes them happy. On display through Friday, Jan. 12, with a closing reception from 6 to 9 p.m., at Argus Gallery, 1896 Niagara St., Buffalo. Argus Gallery is part of the Eleven Twenty Projects Group. 882-8100, www.eleventwentyprojects.com

now-Jan. 21

Painting Niagara, Thomas Kegler — The quiet and contemplative works in this exhibition include 15 plein air paintings and related studies as well as works from the Castellani Art Museum collection. On display through Sunday, Jan. 21, at the Castellani Art Museum, Niagara

University, 5795 Lewiston Road,

Lewiston; donation. 286-8200, www.castellaniartmuseum.org

now-Jan. 27

20th Century:

Drawing by Curtis A.

Guy — Curtis A. Guy is one of the core organizers at

Sugar City, where he has curated and organized numerous art/creator exhibits. On display through Saturday, Jan. 27, at Sugar City, 1239 Niagara St., Buffalo; Free. 553-2530, www.buffalosugarcity.org

now-Jan. 28

Out of Sight! Art of the Senses — A multisensory exhibition featuring 16 artists and curated by gallery director Janne Siren along with chief curator Cathleen Chaffee and deputy director Joe Lin-Hill. On display through Sunday, Jan. 28, at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, 1285 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo; $. 882-8700, www.albrightknox.org

now-Jan. 31

The Arts & Craftsmen Guild — The Arts & Craftsmen Guild is a collection of artists who, in collaboration with The Roycroft Campus, develop and preserve excellence in craftsmanship, provide educational benefits to members and the community, and promote the value of juried artist’s work. On display through Wednesday, Jan. 31, in the Chur Family Gallery, at the Power House of the Roycroft Campus Corporation, 31 S. Grove St., East Aurora; $. 655-0261, roycroftcampuscorporation.com

now-Feb. 4

Western New York Collects: Nancy Dwyer — The exhibition is the fourth of exhibitions that highlight the work of a diverse range of visual artists with a Western New York connection who have gained significant national and international recognition. On display through Sunday, Feb. 4, at the Castellani Art Museum, Niagara University, 5795 Lewiston Road, Lewiston; donation. 286-8200, www.castellaniartmuseum.org

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