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Culture & Arts
Let’s give a great big Buffalo round of applause to this very well deserving group of GRAMMY award winners.
The legacy of Rev. Nash is on full display at his former residence in the Nash House Museum, which is located at 36 Nash Street in Buffalo, around the corner from the historic church.
As a significant piece of black history in WNY, the center does an inspiring job of highlighting and preserving stories from the past.
Music lovers, this one’s for you. The Buffalo Museum of Science’s newest exhibit opening on February 13 is all about celebrating the world’s most popular instrument.
Buffalo became home for people from all over, including the first Native Americans, Dutch immigrants, African Americans, and Yankees from New England. This exhibit at The Buffalo History Museum is all about sharing those people’s stories.
Locally, it’s hard to overstate how much our community has benefitted from The Colored Musicians Club of Buffalo.
You can find some really amazing towns around New York to plan a mini getaway, a drivable distance from Western New York. In a recent trip, I explored the whimsical glass art town of Corning, New York.
Cooperstown is very baseball centric with the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum along with plenty of stops with baseball memorabilia, but there’s also shops, amazing restaurants, bakeries, and a booming beer scene.
Designing Dish in East Aurora specializes in pottery painting, glass fusing, and silver clay. You can learn how to create your own one-of-a-kind ceramic pieces at this paint your own pottery studio.
There are still a lot of interesting things to do during the cooler months to keep these next couple months fun and exciting, we just might need to be a little more creative.
If you’re looking for creative gifts this holiday season, stop by Hyatt’s – All Things Creative.
Have you heard? Golden Mummies of Egypt is staying in Buffalo a little bit longer.
The Buffalo History Museum is celebrating a major milestone of Buffalo State’s Patricia H. and Richard E. Garman Art Conservation Department with a brand-new exhibit.
After a major hiatus WNY movie theaters have finally been given the green light to reopen.
The Blue House Collective is new space that will function as an artisan shop and creative space for Buffalo’s art community.
Buffalo Art Supply is focused on offering community members a variety of gently used or new art supplies at affordable prices.
At least we still have Drive-in movies, amirite?
With so much new street art going up around town, there are so many new works you may have yet to stumble across around Western New York.
A new creative studio opened on Delaware Avenue in Kenmore offering instructor-led DIY workshops featuring wood decor projects.
Thanks to our city’s comprehensive public art initiatives and some extraordinary talent from both local and visiting national artists, WNY has tons of public art worth exploring.