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Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center

 (3 Ratings)

New work now!

Founded in 1974, Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center supports the creation and presentation of new work in the visual,...

341 Delaware Ave, Buffalo


Mundo Images

 (3 Ratings)

Ann Peterson's Gallery

Ann Peterson, photographer and former teacher, created MUNDO IMAGES in 2007. As a young girl, Ann and her family lived...

500 Franklin St, Buffalo


Studio Hart

 (1 Rating)

Visit Barbara Hart

Studio Hart is the working art studio of Barbara Hart. Nature-inspired jewelry and little wood people are her current...

65 Allen St, Buffalo


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College Street Gallery

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Local artists united

Whether you stop in on a First Friday or check out a poetry open mic, College Street Gallery is always buzzing with new...

244 Allen St, Buffalo


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Albright-Knox Art Gallery (Closed Temporarily)

 (7 Ratings)

Picasso, de Kooning, and Gorky, oh my!

The Albright-Knox Art Gallery is dedicated to enhancing the understanding and appreciation of contemporary and modern...

1285 Elmwood Ave, Buffalo


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