Today @ AK

May 1, 2015

In honor of the hardworking people of our region, admission to the entire museum will be free for all visitors on Sundays and M&T FIRST FRIDAYS @ THE GALLERY during Overtime: The Art of Work, March 8May 17, 2015.

* Register in advance for all classes to avoid disappointment. Please call 716.270.8292, or complete and mail the M&T FIRST FRIDAYS Registration Form.

Please note that parcels, purses, or bags larger than 11 x 15 x 5 inches in size, all backpacks, baby carriers, umbrellas, briefcases, video cameras, flashes, and tripods are prohibited.

10 am–noon
Homeschooler Art Class (Ages 11–17)*
(Spring Session: April–June 2015)
$30 general admission / FREE for Members

10:30 am–noon
Homeschooler Art Class (Ages 5–10)*
(Spring Session: April–June 2015)
$30 general admission / FREE for Members

12:30–1:30 pm
Toddler Art Class (Ages 3–4)*
$10 general admission / FREE for Members
Please note that this class is for participating toddlers (ages 3–4) and a parent, guardian, or caregiver. Additional children, younger or older, are not permitted in the classroom during the program. 

1–3 pm
Studio Art Class for Adults*
$10 general admission / FREE for Members

1:30 pm
Public Tour (FREE) 

4 pm
“What’s Your Vision?” Tour (FREE) 

5 pm
Family Fun Tour of Overtime: The Art of Work (FREE)

5–7 pm
Drop-In Art Activity for Families: Spotlight on Overtime: The Art of Work (FREE)

5:30 pm
Performance with Young Audiences WNY: Wooden Cities's “Classical to Contemporary” (FREE)

5:30–7:30 pm
Jazz and Happy Hour

6 pm
Family Fun Tour of Overtime: The Art of Work (FREE)

7:30–9:30 pm
Studio Art Class for Adults*
$10 general admission / FREE for Members

8 pm
Lecture: Buffalonian A. Conger Goodyear and His Important Collection and Long Island House, by Caroline Rob Zaleski, Architectural Historian and Preservationist for The Society for the Preservation of Long Island Antiquities (SPLIA)
$5 general admission / FREE for Members