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Kenan Center Gallery to pay homage to Charles Burchfield

Kenan Center Gallery to pay homage to Charles Burchfield

Reuben Wolf, Arts Editor
April 24, 2017
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, CULTURE

This coming Sunday will represent the fifty-first anniversary of the opening of the Kenan Gallery in Lockport, New York. The gallery will forever have Buffalo State ties in that the first exhibit to be housed at the gallery were works by Charles Burchfield, otherwise known as one-half the namesake...

Albright-Knox Director’s Lecture focuses on latest installation

Albright-Knox Director’s Lecture focuses on latest installation

Reuben Wolf, Arts Editor
April 5, 2017
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, CULTURE

The second-to-last talk in Albright-Knox's Director's Lecture Series focused on one of the Albright-Knox's most recent acquisition's and installations.  The specific painting, Martin Wong's Liberty Mourning the Death of Her Sister- Beijing, 1989, was acquired by the gallery in 2014 and sat in stora...

Albright-Knox to premiere four new solo exhibits

Albright-Knox to premiere four new solo exhibits

Reuben Wolf, Arts Editor
February 15, 2017
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, CULTURE, Recent Stories, Showcase

Coming off its recent Picasso exhibit, the Albright-Knox Art Gallery is gearing up to premiere four brand new solo exhibits, each being the artist’s first in an American museum.  The four new exhibits and artists will be: Tamar Guimarães and Kasper Akhøj: Studies for A Minor History of Trembling Mat...

PHOTO GALLERY: New exhibits unveiled at Burchfield Penny

PHOTO GALLERY: New exhibits unveiled at Burchfield Penny

Joseph Cumbo, Photographer
February 13, 2017
Filed under Photo Galleries

The Burchfield Penny Art Center opened two new exhibits on Friday Feb. 10. The Record's photographer Joseph Cumbo took photos of both displays. The first collection titled "Artists Living in Other Worlds" by Adam Weekley can be seen in the R. William Doolittle Gallery. The second showcase titled...

Tailgating at the Gates of Hell with Buff State alum Justin Karcher

Tailgating at the Gates of Hell with Buff State alum Justin Karcher

Benjamin Joe, Reporter
December 2, 2015
Filed under CULTURE, Recent Stories, Reviews

  A book of poetry can be a very powerful thing. In the shadow of such greats as Byron, Ginsburg, and Shelley, the idea that one can write something that will stand the winds of time can be quite provocative, and more than a little scary. Justin Karcher, an alumni of SUNY Buffalo State, does...

Design majors showcase their class exhibitions

Annaliza Guard, Reporter
December 2, 2015
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Campus, CULTURE, NEWS, Recent Stories

  Students majoring in design at SUNY Buffalo State learned to do it all this semester. Those who took DES 414 Seminar created exhibitions to display their work entirely on their own. Gerald Mead, who is a lecturer at Buffalo State, made it a requirement for his students to create an exhibit...

Behind the lens: Who is Lessamontography?

Behind the lens: Who is Lessamontography?

Tiffany Gaines, Special to The Record
November 4, 2015
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, CULTURE

What makes a good photograph? For some, it’s capturing the right subject. For others, it’s perfect lighting. For Jalessa Montaque, the perfect photograph captures everything she wants to say, but can’t put into words. Montaque, 20, of Albany, NY is a media production major and photography minor....

Prismatic Saturation brings color to E.H. Butler Library

Prismatic Saturation brings color to E.H. Butler Library

Annaliza Guard, Staff Writer
November 4, 2015
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, CULTURE

Students can expect to see a lot of color and pattern in the upcoming art exhibition, Prismatic Saturation.   The exhibit will feature textile works created by senior fibers major Emily Beresford. There will be a mix of dyed and woven pieces varying from small textiles to large wall hangings.   “This...

Take Back the Night: a night of art to confront the issues of sexual assault

Take Back the Night: a night of art to confront the issues of sexual assault

Lucy Lopez, Culture Editor
April 16, 2015
Filed under CULTURE

Rockwell Hall filled with emotion as victims and advocates got ready to speak out against sexual and domestic violence. The Buffalo State community bled teal with yesterday’s event, Take Back the Night. Started in the 1970s, Take Back the Night (TBTN) became a worldwide theme of speaking about the issue of se...

SLIDESHOW: Fine Arts Exhibition

April 7, 2015
Filed under CULTURE

The Fine Arts Student Exhibition is located in the Czurles-Nelson Gallery, Upton Hall, comes to an end Thursday, April 9.

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