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  • Date: 19th June to 20th June, 2018 from 5:00 pm - 12:00 am

    Artpark

    450 S. Fourth St.
    Lewiston, NY 14092
    716-754-4375

  • Date: 19th June to 20th June, 2018 from 7:00 pm - 12:00 am

    Darien Lake Performing Arts Center

    9993 Alleghany Road
    Darien, NY 14036
    585-599-4641

  • Date: 19th June, 2018 from 7:00 pm - 9:45 pm

    Info: The band was established in 2008. The Druids are an award winning band. Comprised of proud Irish men who believe we carry the history of Ireland in song they carry on the old oral tradition of Ireland. The people in power write the history and those who suffer write the song.

    Buffalo Irish Center

    245 Abbott Road.
    Buffalo, NY 14220
    716-825-9535

  • Date: 19th June, 2018 from 7:00 pm - 9:15 pm

    Info: Established in 2008, The Druids Band is making their mark on the Irish music scene. Comprised of Paddy Mangan, Fran O’Mara, Mick O’Brien and Sean Kennedy, the band has won numerous awards including Ireland’s Folk Music Award. The Druids are on tour in the US and will make a return appearance to WNY on Tuesday, June 19 in the Buffalo Irish Center. Comprised of very proud Irish men who believe they carry the history of Ireland in song as well as the old oral tradition of Ireland, the band celebrates the history of Ireland. The Druids believe “The people in power write the history and those who suffer write the song”. Tickets for the performance are $15.00 presale and $20 at the Door. Tickets can be purchased at the Buffalo Irish Center or by mailing a check for the required number of tickets to: Buffalo Irish Center, 245 Abbott Rd., Buffalo, NY 14220. Please include a stamped, self-addressed envelope.

    Buffalo Irish Center

    245 Abbott Road.
    Buffalo, NY 14220
    716-825-9535

  • Date: 19th June, 2018 from 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm

    Info: Tuesday, June 19th DSP Shows Presents River Whyless Live in The 9th Ward Tickets: On sale Friday, March 30th @ 12:00pm | $15.00 at Ticketfly.com, Babeville Box Office (M-F 11a-5p), or charge by phone at 877.987.6487 7pm doors, 8pm show River Whyless River Whyless, the Asheville, NC quartet, is named in spirit of the band’s ongoing love affair with the natural world. Since forming the band in 2009, musicians Ryan O’Keefe, Halli Anderson, Alex McWalters and Daniel Shearin have toured extensively, playing hundreds of shows from coast to coast and into Canada.

    9th Ward at Babeville

    341 Delaware Ave.
    Buffalo, NY 14202

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

    Info: Open every Tuesday 10-4, First Sundays 2-4. 716-674-4283

    West Seneca Historical Society Museum

    919 Mill Road
    West Seneca, NY 14224
    716-674-4283

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

    CEPA Gallery

    617 Main St.
    Buffalo, NY 14203
    716-856-2717

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

    Info: Niagara History Center. 215 Niagara St., Lockport. 434-7433. niagarahistory.org. Five-building museum complex including exhibits on Victorian home life, pioneer life, Native Americans, historic Lockport and Niagara County occupations and businesses, local transportation history. “Outwater Emporium” gift shop. Admission fee. Open Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 215 Niagara St., Lockport. 434-7433. niagarahistory.org. Five-building museum complex including exhibits on Victorian home life, pioneer life, Native Americans, historic Lockport and Niagara County occupations and businesses, local transportation history. “Outwater Emporium” gift shop. Admission fee. Open Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

    Niagara History Center

    215 Niagara St.
    Lockport, NY 14094
    716-434-7433

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

    Info: Erie Canal Discovery Center. 24 Church St., Lockport. 439-0431. niagarahistory.org. Interactive multimedia facility devoted to the history of the Erie Canal, particularly the building of the “Flight of Five” locks. Home to the Raphael Beck mural “The Opening of the Erie Canal” and the Charles Rand Penney Gallery, featuring Niagara County-related items from Penney’s vast collection. “Lock, Stock and Barrel” Gift Shop. Admission fee. November-April: Open Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

    Erie Canal Discovery Center

    24 Church St.
    Lockport, NY 14094
    716-434-0431

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

    Info: This exhibition at the UB Anderson Gallery is the first museum exhibition of Ettinger's work in the United States. It will be accompanied by the creation of an associated catalogue featuring photographic reproductions of Ettinger's work and essays by prominent scholars in psychoanalysis and art history. The opening reception will take place on Saturday, May 5, at 6:00 pm. (Photo by Ania Krupiakov, 2017.)

    UB Anderson Gallery

    1 Martha Jackson Place
    Buffalo, NY 14214

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

    Betty's Restaurant

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

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

    Info: Opening reception for the 3rd Annual Open Juried Mixed Media & Fiber Exhibition is June 9th from 4 to 7pm at River Art Gallery & Gifts, 83 Webster St in North Tonawanda. The Exhibition runs through July 7th.

    River Art Gallery & Gifts

    83 Webster St
    North Tonawanda, NY 14120

  • Date: 19th June, 2018 from 9:00 am - 10:00 am

    Info: Every Monday night 6:45 and 9:00 Tuesday morning. St. John's Church. West Seneca. For more information contact Julie at 716-829-9314 All are welcome. No experience necessary to have fun.

    St. John's Church

    3512 Clinton St
    West Seneca, NY 14224

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

    CONCORD SENIOR CENTER

    40 COMMERCE DRIVE
    Concord, NY 14141

  • Date: 19th June, 2018 from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

    Info: Original Ebenezer house with military collections and stories of Old Shep, Kauquatau and Lein's Park. Open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays and 2 to 4 p.m. the first Sunday of every month.

    West Seneca Historical Society Museum

    919 Mill Road
    West Seneca, NY 14224
    716-674-4283

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

    Info: A colorful medley of text and shapes that map out the performer’s directions in terms of routes and guidelines from whichever point of entry they so desire. Powerful images of mythical landscapes that can stand alone as an object that draws the viewer into his mysteries. Much in the manner of the Free Jazz movement of the 50’s and 60’s where musicians intended to extend or alter normal jazz principles, opems are unrestricted in their performance rules and structures. According to Basinski, “Opems are appropriated, original or magical writing, writing in process, and they are therefore written with markers and pens.” “Manifested specifically for this exhibition,” Basinski explains, “these opems are improvisational verbal scores, sound poems, song, poetry, and visual poetry for solo or choral recitation and orchestration. With multiple access points, the opems are combinations of letters, colors, prepared found materials, images, and languages that may be manifested for variable durations.” Michael Basinski is a Western New York-based text, visual, and sound poet whose work is heavily influenced by Fluxus, the interdisciplinary avant-garde art movement that gained international attention in the 1950s and 1960s for its emphasis on chance operations, collective or anonymous authorship of artworks, and ephemeral gestures. Having worked with such legends as Jackson MacLow, Dick Higgins, Allison Knowles and John Cage, Basinski’s work evolved from a strict rhythmic performance structure, both as solo performances as well as ensemble, to a visual poem or manuscripts forming improvisational poeming without any specific starting location or ending point. Basinski calls these visual poems or performances opems.

    Burchfield Penney Art Center

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

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

    Info: Curated by the Trans-Empire Canal Corp (TECCORP) and Burchfield Penney. TECCORP consists of six artist/curators that began meeting in 2012, with the idea to use the Erie Canal as a lens to consider the connections between communities, contemporary art, history and communication. Just as the Erie Canal took over seven years to construct, the TECCORP team and the Burchfield Penney continue our conversations. In 2014, the partnership presented the exhibition, Displacement. In the largest gallery of the Burchfield Penney, a simulated, 120’ x 39’ canal barge was constructed and outfitted with galleries for exhibiting art. In these spaces, questions of commodity, aesthetics, inclusion and value were considered and formed the platform for which artists’ works were curated. The result was a mish-mash of the varied possible items one might ship, value or encounter in a world of interaction and engagement and ways that community connects, facilitated by the Erie Canal. In New York State, there are over 170 historical markers related to the Erie Canal. These include the notation of canal locks, but more frequently for factoids like, “Only road under the Erie Canal in Ripley's Believe It or Not. Culvert built in 1823,” for The Culvert Road in Ridgeway, NY. Another example is, “Site of Queen Anne Chapel, Built 1711-12 for use of Mohawk Indians. Torn down 1821 to make way for Erie Canal…,” in Fort Hunter, NY. Whether for relics no longer in existence, or facts confirmed by Ripley’s and the like, history—and our remembrance of it—continuously evolves. Artist/curators Erika Abbondanzieri, Julian Montague, AJ Fries, Kate Gaudy, Dietrich Olivier Delrieu-Schulze, and Brian Larson Clark have created truthy versions—hypothetical and real possibilities of places and sights of significance related to the Erie Canal—that one might encounter in our contemporary world. Installed throughout the museum are videos, sculptures, paintings, banners and ephemera that provide a context for considering the Erie Canal, encountered in th

    Burchfield Penney Art Center

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

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

    Info: Features over 30 oil paintings and works on paper started in the areas where Charles Burchfield loved to work—West Seneca, East Aurora, Chestnut Ridge Park, downtown Buffalo, and Salem, OH. Selections of drawings from the Burchfield Archives that influenced Koch as he worked will also be in the installation. Koch spent many hours in the Burchfield Penney Art Center archive poring through thousands of Burchfield drawings. “My researched revealed just how seriously he took his own talent. Burchfield built up his world step by step with preparatory studies he organized and documented which made a big impression on me,” said Koch. “It inspired me to think about recording my work in a meaningful, systematic way.” Burchfield in his maturity came to reevaluate and re-value the work he had done in his early years and incorporated it into later paintings which inspired Koch to reassess the work he did as a young artist. “I saw more excitement, it was better than I remembered and encouraged me want to go back to borrow some of things I used to do in my 20s and 30s,” said Koch. “His openness to changing his mind about his early work encouraged me to reconsider my own methods. As a result, I began painting in oil outdoors again for the first time in 20 years. It has felt like a warm breeze renewing my excitement with the natural world.” The residency provided Koch, who was born in Rochester, NY, his first opportunity to make art near where he grew up, as he didn’t study art until he went to college at Oberlin, OH. “I was struck by how profoundly an artist is influenced by where they experience their childhood, in both my case and Burchfield’s. You can see his childhood influencing the way he thought and felt all throughout the rest of his life and over and over you see imagery that comes right out of where he grew up,” said Koch. “Creating art work living in Buffalo he recycled the excitement he felt as a kid in Salem, Ohio. Painting in the environs where Burchfield worked reminded me of where I grew up and so much

    Burchfield Penney Art Center

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

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

    Info: Charles Burchfield wrote in his essay, "50 Years as a Painter," that he thought of the year 1915 as the true beginning of his art career[i]. Around the same time in Switzerland, Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961) began to compile what would later be known as The Red Book. In 1911, after graduating from high school, Burchfield, having already received a scholarship for college, had to delay his entry into art school because of a bought of typhoid fever. It was during this time that he began to read the work of American Naturalist writers John Burroughs (1873-1921) and Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862). Their descriptive and thoughtful prose had a great effect on him and the way that he wrote about nature. Starting in 1912 Carl Jung had a series of disturbing dreams that led to what he described as a “confrontation with the unconscious.[ii]” Visions of death and destruction, and rivers of blood led to a feeling of disorientation and concerns about a “psychic disturbance” within himself. In order to process the visions he consciously submitted himself to the impulses of his unconscious, which led him to an analysis of his childhood memories. During the summer of 1917, Burchfield was chiefly concerned with recording “childhood impressions.” He wrote in a manuscript later in life that “The summer of 1917 was (in retrospect) a long dream-like one, much of the time was given over to the re-creation of childhood memories and moods.” Throughout his career Burchfield recorded more than a hundred dreams in his journals. He also created thousands of doodles which he called “a form of subconscious thinking in visual terms.” He went on to say that some of his most useful abstract motifs came from the practice. Carl Jung, while serving in the military during World War I in 1917, drew a series of twenty-seven mandalas in pencil in his army notebook. These drawing would later inspire the paintings that fill The Red Book, known to him as Liber Novus. Admission Adults: $10 Seniors (62 & over): $8 Students (with ID): $5

    Burchfield Penney Art Center

    1300 Elmwood Ave.
    Buffalo, NY 14222

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

    Info: Curated by SUNY Buffalo State graduate students in the museum studies course, MST 622 “Researching and Presenting Museum Collections.” They include: David Banchich, Ashley Carney, Audrey Clark, Matthew Crissey, Mark Dabney, Melissa Fanton, Carla Feller, Mary Langille, and Abigail Augusta Lee working with Nancy Weekly, Burchfield Penney Instructor of Museum Studies and the Burchfield Scholar. Together they selected artworks that illustrate artists’ expressions of their identity, both as individuals and as part of a global community. They also chose artworks that address the duality of the world we live in: both positive and negative images of nature’s beauty and the ravages of environmental damage and pollution. Admission Adults: $10 Seniors (62 & over): $8 Students (with ID): $5 Children (age 10 & under): FREE when accompanied by a paid adult/senior admission SUNY Buffalo State Students, Faculty & Staff: FREE United States and Canada Active Military and their families: FREE Erie County Veterans: FREE Burchfield Penney members: FREE Gallery Hours Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday* & Saturday: 10 am — 5 pm Thursday: 10 am — 8 pm Sunday: 11 am — 4 pm Closed Mondays

    Burchfield Penney Art Center

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