We know that everyone’s looking for new ways to get out of the house, might we recommend one of our favorite outdoor activities: exploring all of Buffalo’s beautiful street art.
Nothing spices up a walk, bike ride, drive, or even traffic like seeing street art on the side of a building.
We know that everyone’s looking for fun, new ways to get out of the house for a while and enjoy some fresh air. If that’s you, might we recommend exploring the murals of South Buffalo.
For all the art lovers and instagram worthy photo ops, the public art loop is the perfect bike tour to take in the beautiful murals around Buffalo.
There’s a new street art mural in town, Buffalo!
From the silos to the Old First Ward, South Buffalo & The Waterfront hold a deep rust belt history that is unique to Buffalo. Tour it all in this weeks Tour By Car Series.
The West Side is the perfect trip for some of Buffalo’s best street art, history, and waterfront views which is why it’s our next stop in our tour by car series.
The Northtowns have everything from historic landmarks and street art masterpieces for a perfect social distancing itinerary.
Two Gallerists Create an Exciting Search for Art in Socially Distant Times
From historic landmarks and architectural gems to street art masterpieces and popular restaurants offering takeout, North Buffalo has it all.
If you’ve been meaning to explore a new part of town and see some of these street art masterpieces in person, it’s basically the perfect time.
Our city’s top cultural institutions are providing virtual content to help keep the WNY art community engaged and connected during this time.
While many places are closing shop, one thing that’s not canceled is the gorgeous street art that’s all around our beautiful city.
From Grant Street’s newly established local shops to the charming cafes that populate the Five Points neighborhood, the West Side is coming to life with street art everywhere.
With a large space for creating art, the Albright-Knox Northland continues to share art in WNY while the gallery is under construction.
Today, our focus is on one thing and one thing only – shopping on Hertel.
With another winter rolling along, February is here to spread love and warmth through its uplifting seasonal soirees. The heart of St. Valentine is canvased all over these occasions.
Whether you have a passion for painting, or can barely draw a recognizable stick figure, we’ve got a bunch of DIY classes to get your art fix on.
Every true Buffalonian knows there’s way more to Allen than its strip of “hometown” bars. Here’s a complete guide to all of the murals that bring the streets of Allentown to life.
What better way to kickstart the New Year than through everything from book launches, to art gallery openings, to Shakespearean concertos.
Hertel Ave is a good place to start if you’re looking to scope out some epic street art for yourself.