All Exhibitions

Sepideh Pourhang: Repose

In Repose, figures are made anonymous through the application of paint, prints, and other media upon their surfaces.

Gabrielle Heard: Cacophony

Cacophony explores marginalization and representation through video and audio installations.

Andie Jairam: Kweku Anansi Fables

In Kweku Anansi Fables, relief prints, costumes, and sculptural pieces create a story where Anansi the Spider’s ancestors live in a futuristic world.

Can You Keep A Secret?

A group exhibition featuring works by Claudia Carballada, Claudia Mejia-Willett, Katherine Sehr, and Muhammad Zaman.

Incivility: A Visual Response

Is it possible to have a civil conversation through the shared experience of encountering art that challenges?

Altars 22: A celebration of el Día de los Muertos

Now in its 22nd year, the exhibition will feature ofrendas, offerings or altars created by local artists, as well as installations by students from Buffalo and North Tonawanda schools.