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Byron Rich's Installation at Big Orbit Gallery

Byron Rich’s new art exhibit at Big Orbit is already over. Dependent as it was on some basic life forms supplied with a limited nutrient stock. But you can check it out on his website, where it is documented along with a dozen or so of his previous projects.

Expressions of the Holocaust

Locust Street Art, the new name for Locust Street Neighborhood Art Classes Inc., has provided free classes for individuals in the visual arts since 1959 in the Fruit Belt district of Buffalo’s East Side. The list of classes available includes photography, painting, drawing, pottery, printing, clay, and, starting with this year’s session, computer animation.

Designing to Live Sustainably

Challenging the conventional paradigm, Designing to Live Sustainably, or more succinctly D2LS, will present a celebration event on May 18 at CEPA Gallery promoting community engagement in developing a vision for a more comprehensive and supportable future for Buffalo.


Giant old industrial buildings filled with art exhibits and installations, dance, performance pieces, live music, food and booze, and thousands of people—such mammoth art parties have become one of Buffalo’s cultural signatures, as much as the iconic facade of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery.

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