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  • Date: 19th January to 20th January, 2018 from 8:00 pm - 12:00 am

    Info: Another great Windborne production! Your BPO, a full rock band and Randy Jackson’s amazing vocals combine to capture The Doors’ unusual mix of rock and blues. Featuring all the hits, including Touch Me, Riders on the Storm, and Light My Fire, as well as some hidden treasures.

    Kleinhans Music Hall

    3 Symphony Circle
    Buffalo, NY 14201
    716-883-3560

  • Date: 19th January, 2018 from 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm

    Info: Part of our Friday Nite Tribute Series: Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Bob Seger has had a stellar career spanning more than five decades, with 11 Platinum albums and still has an incredible fan base who love his music. The System is our tribute to one of rock’s most enduring performers. The System has been performing to hundreds of thousands of fans across the midwest for more than a decade. The System – The Nation’s Premier Bob Seger Tribute, has recreated a classic 70s era concert experience consisting of all of the radio hits and fan favorites, combining studio as well as live versions from the multi-platinum “Live Bullet” album! If you’re a Bob Seger fan, you’ll want to see this show!

    The Riviera Theatre

    67 Webster Street
    North Tonawanda, NY 14120

  • Date: 19th January to 20th January, 2018 from 8:00 pm - 12:00 am

    Seneca Niagara Casino Bear's Den

    310 Fourth St.
    Niagara Falls, NY 14303
    716-299-1100

  • Date: 19th January to 20th January, 2018 from 8:00 pm - 12:00 am

    Info: Friday, January 19 Laugh & Other Drugs live in the 9th Ward Tickets: $10 advance, $12 day of show at Ticketfly.com or the Babeville Box Office (M-F 11a-5p), or charge by phone 877.987.6487 General Admission Seated 7pm Doors 8pm Show Laugh & Other Drugs – the best in Buffalo stand-up comedy Featuring: Rick Matthews Dan Mahoney Greg Bauch Nora Hurley Ryan Henry Sam Minney Hosted by Kevin Thomas Jr

    9th Ward at Babeville

    341 Delaware Ave.
    Buffalo, NY 14202

  • Date: 19th January to 20th January, 2018 from 9:00 pm - 12:00 am

    Fallsview Casino

    6380 Fallsview Blvd.
    Niagara Falls, Ont., NY L2G 7X5
    888-325-5788

  • Date: 19th January, 2018 from 12:00 am - 12:00 am

    Info: Commemorating the 100th anniversary of America's entry into World War I in 1917, this exhibit looks back to a critical time in our nation's history, emphasizing Buffalo's role in the war. Central to this exhibition is the Library's extraordinary collection of World War I posters, representing some of the finest graphically designed war propaganda from the United States, Canada and Europe.

    Buffalo & Erie County Central Library

    1 Lafayette Square
    Buffalo, NY 14203

  • Date: 19th January, 2018 from 12:00 am - 12:00 am

    Info: Exhibition on display during restaurant hours through January 21, 2018

    Betty's Restaurant

    370 Virginia St.
    Buffalo, NY 14201
    716-362-0633

  • Date: 19th January, 2018 from 12:00 am - 12:00 am

    Info: Wed.-Fri. 12-5 Sat.11-5 Sun.1-5

    Parables Gallery and Gifts

    1027 Elmwood Ave
    Buffalo, NY 14222

  • Date: 19th January, 2018 from 12:00 am - 12:00 am

    The Gallery at Sports Focus PT

    531 Virginia St.
    Buffalo, NY 14202

  • Date: 19th January, 2018 from 12:00 am - 12:00 am

    Info: The Annual Cheektowaga Central School District K-12 Art Exhibit will be on display in the Paul William Beltz Family Art Gallery located on the campus of Villa Maria College from January 6- 25, 2018. Gallery Hours are Mon.-Fri. (8am-8pm) & Sat (10am-5pm). Closed Sundays.

    Villa Maria College

    240 Pine Ridge Road
    Buffalo, NY 14225

  • Date: 19th January, 2018 from 12:00 am - 12:00 am

    Info: Hardcover books for $1, Softcover books for 50 Cents, $5/bag. Starts January 15 and runs until February 19 during normal winery hours.

    The Winery at Marjim Manor

    7171 E Lake Rd
    Newfane, NY 14008

  • Date: 19th January, 2018 from 12:00 am - 12:00 am

    Info: Solo exhibit of work by East Aurora artist, muralist and illustrator, Alixandra Martin. The collection represents works from three continents and nine countries from over ten years, capturing the people, culture, architecture, and land through the lens of an artist. Included are illustrations that celebrate the history of the Kenan Center in a specially commissioned children’s book entitled, "The Place," written by Cynthia Cotten and illustrated by Martin. Gallery hours are M-F, noon-5:00 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 2:00-5:00 p.m. Closed January 15, 29 and February 19. Alixandra Martin has completed murals in Sao Paolo, Toronto, the Florida Keys, San Francisco, and Southwest France. Mural and fine art clients include private residential work, and public and commercial ventures, including Fisher-Price, medical centers, restaurants, libraries and schools. She has shown around the world in solo and group shows; exhibitions include galleries in Toronto, Key West, Tribeca, and Southampton, NY and locally, the Burchfield Penney Art Center, Albright-Knox Collectors Gallery, Canisius College, and redFISH Art Studios and Gallery in East Aurora, the gallery and studios she founded in 2002. A recent commission at the Hauptmann Woodward Institute finds Martin meeting with scientists and painting art based on the shape and structure of cells and proteins related to cancer and diabetes research.

    Kenan Center House Gallery

    433 Locust St.
    Lockport, NY 14094
    716-433-2617

  • Date: 19th January, 2018 from 12:00 am - 12:00 am

    Info: Alixandra Martin has completed murals in Sao Paolo, Toronto, the Florida Keys, San Francisco, and Southwest France. Mural and fine art clients include private residential work, and public and commercial ventures, including Fisher-Price, medical centers, restaurants, libraries and schools. She has shown around the world in solo and group shows; exhibitions include galleries in Toronto, Key West, Tribeca, and Southampton, NY and locally, the Burchfield Penney Art Center, Albright-Knox Collectors Gallery, Canisius College, and redFISH Art Studios and Gallery in East Aurora, the gallery and studios she founded in 2002. A recent commission at the Hauptmann Woodward Institute finds Martin meeting with scientists and painting art based on the shape and structure of cells and proteins related to cancer and diabetes research. he collection represents works from three continents and nine countries from over ten years, capturing the people, culture, architecture, and land through the lens of an artist. Included will be illustrations that celebrate the history of the Kenan Center in a specially commissioned children’s book entitled, The Place, written by children’s book author, Cynthia Cotten, and illustrated by Martin. She previously illustrated the award-winning book, The Scariest Dream Ever. A free public reception will take place January 14, 2:00-5:00 p.m. Gallery hours are M-F, noon- 5:00 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 2:00-5:00 p.m. The Gallery will be closed January 15, 29, and February 19.

    Kenan Center

    433 Locust St.
    Lockport, NY 14094
    716-433-2617

  • Date: 19th January, 2018 from 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Info: The photo exhibition A Conservation About Conservation: Buffalo State Students Picture Great Lake Sustainability opens November 30 in the Atrium Gallery at Rockwell Hall. The exhibition, which runs through April 30, 2018, is free and open to the public. Along with photographs and videos featuring images from Lake Erie, Lake Ontario, and the Niagara River, the exhibit includes sculptures and installations highlighting environmental problems, such as a tower of plastic water bottles, a quilt created from hundreds of plastic bags, and a sculpture created out of cigarette butts lifted from local beaches. “Many of us hail from the Western New York area, with work providing an intimate reflection on a deeply personal location,” said Carmen Brown, one of the 16 student photographers. “We also come from the many boroughs of New York City, downstate New York, and one student from Kuwait, showcasing our unique and refreshing perspectives on Buffalo and environmentalism.” For more information on call (716) 878-6032 or visit the Art and Design Department website at http://artdesign.buffalostate.edu.

    Buffalo State College Rockwell Hall

    1300 Elmwood Ave
    Buffalo, NY 14222
    716-878-3005

  • Date: 19th January, 2018 from 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Niagara Arts and Cultural Center

    1201 Pine Ave.
    Niagara Falls, NY 14301
    716-282-7530

  • Date: 19th January, 2018 from 9:30 am - 10:30 am

    Info: advanced registration required. $15 per class or 4 monthly classes for $40 dress for comfort & movement.

    Complete Wellness Art and Science Center

    1515 Kensington Ave
    Buffalo, NY 14215

  • Date: 19th January, 2018 from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Info: Artist Craig LaRotonda’s figurative works marry fantasy with dark elements of surrealism. His mysterious genre of artistry comes to life using a variety of mediums—oil, acrylic, gold leaf, wood, paper, wax and found-objects—to create paintings and sculptures that are richly layered and enchanted. The Burchfield Penney Art Center at SUNY Buffalo State today announced it will present a visual record of LaRotonda’s conceptual thoughts, philosophic views, memories and dreams. The Craig LaRotonda: Divine Messengers exhibition opens Friday, September 8 and will on view through Sunday, January 28. “Growing up watching the science fiction classic Planet of The Apes series and its complex sociological themes was a source of inspiration for LaRotonda’s primate series represented in Divine Messengers. “Seeing all the similiaries that humans and primates share brought forth questions about treatment and equality of lifeforms. I’ve also always liked figurative work,” recalls LaRotonda. “I remember going to the Buffalo Zoo to see Sampson, the first gorilla I ever saw. There was also a chimp named Eddie. Both looked sad in these cells, really prison cells with metal bars. They would sit there and you could look directly into their eyes, a moving experience for me. I felt compassion towards them. The sculpture I’ve created for the exhibition is named after Sampson.” “The installation is a blend of sculpture and paintings. A common thread that exists in all of Craig’s work is the consideration of the human condition challenged by indirect referencing to the primal, mystical, and alien,” said Scott Propeack Burchfield Penney associate director and chief curator. “Although a dark place for investigation, his primal work suggests the savage in all of us prevails and our free-thinking selves left behind. He peers into our past selves and instead of the popular images of savagery, asks what if that origin story was the enlightened being?”.

    Burchfield Penney Art Center

    1300 Elmwood Ave.
    Buffalo, NY 14222
    716-878-6011

  • Date: 19th January, 2018 from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Burchfield Penney Art Center

    1300 Elmwood Ave.
    Buffalo, NY 14222
    716-878-6011

  • Date: 19th January, 2018 from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Info: With over three decades of pushing the boundaries of video and animation, filmmaker and photographer M. Henry Jones’s work flirts with perceptual phenomena, color and sound relationships. The Burchfield Penney Art Center at SUNY Buffalo State presents an exhibition of the underground animation wizard’s experiments in video, candy-colored creature features and 3-D technologies. The Flying Slatherpuss and Other Portals Into The World of M. Henry Jones is a glimpse at his life’s work. M. Henry Jones’s cutting-edge, stop-motion work established his career in the 1970s, creating short animation films for musicians in the East Village of New York City, predating MTV and what is now known as music videos. The East Village movement of the 1970s and 1980s continues to attract the public's imagination around the world and has sparked renewed interest in his distinct creativity. Some his meticulous craftmanship designed during the pioneering years of the neighborhood's evolution as a center of social life and creativity are being remastered for film exhibitions nationwide. “M. Henry Jones has constructed a lifelong art practice that celebrates a sense of play so intense that it partially veils the dedicated hard work that makes his projects possible. As a teenager Henry would --more-- make stop-motion animations set to his favorite songs,” said Burchfield Penney project preparator Thomas Holt and exhibition co-curator. “Time moves very differently for him. He spent countless hours of shooting film frame by frame to bring his imagination to life. Hard work and play fuse into one force and continues to fuel his career to this day.” Born in Texas and raised outside of Buffalo, New York in the town of Wilson, Jones began making short animated films at age 12 and worked at Artpark in his teens. These early experiments with cut-outs, stop motion, and claymation won him a Kodak Teenage Movie Award and a full scholarship to the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan in 1975 with a scholarship to the School of Visua

    Burchfield Penney Art Center

    1300 Elmwood Avenue
    Buffalo, NY 14222

  • Date: 19th January, 2018 from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Info: From the year of his birth in Ashtabula Harbor, Ohio, until 1921, American watercolor painter Charles E. Burchfield lived mostly in his native state. The majority of that time was spent in the city of Salem, living in a small house on East Fourth Street with his mother and five siblings. By the time he entered high school, Burchfield’s artistic inclinations where already quite evident. Very early paintings exist from that time that suggest the direction he would go later in life. Untitled (Snow on Rooftops), 1907, shown here for the first time, was painted when he was 14 years old. The composition of overlapping buildings, accented by drifts of snow sagging off the rooftops, and warm light coming from the windows lays the foundation for later works like New Moon in January, 1918 or Church Bells Ringing, Rainy Winter Night, 1917. Another work Untitled (Orange Sky Over City Buildings), December 2, 1907 foreshadows later industrial landscapes like Factories (Red Buildings), 1920. In 1911 a bought of typhoid fever delayed his entry into college by one year. During that time he wrote that he “read John Burroughs and Thoreau and wrote in my journals in unconscious imitation of them.” This was around the same time that his interest in the natural world really began to blossom. In November of that year he found two books at the library in Salem, which fascinated him, and perhaps led to his naturalist inclinations. On November 13, 1911 he found "Wild Flowers Every Child Should Know" and the next day the "Field book of American Wildflowers". These books would inspire more than 500 botanical drawings, that listed the plants location and scientific name. This fascination with plant life would remain strong throughout his career. Many of the wildflowers he recorded during those early years would appear again and again in paintings. Some would be included in the titles of works. Others like the spring beauty would not, but his fascination was just as strong. In another journal recollection from his e

    Burchfield Penney Art Center

    1300 Elmwood Ave.
    Buffalo, NY 14222
    716-878-6011