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    • Albrecht Dürer: Highlights from the Collection

      May 2–July 6, 2014

      Albrecht Dϋrer: Highlights from the Collection presents works by the German artist Albrecht Dϋrer (1471–1528) in celebration of the quincentennial of Dϋrer’s Melencolia I, 1514.

    • 2014 Art’scool “Inspired” Exhibition

      May 16–June 15, 2014

      K–12 teachers from throughout Western New York entered our third annual Art'scool "Inspired" contest, presented by BlueCross BlueShield of Western New York. This exhibition of winning entries will be on view in Clifton Hall.

    • 2014 Art’scool “Inspired” Online Exhibition

      May 8–June 15, 2014

      K–12 teachers from throughout Western New York entered our third annual Art'scool "Inspired" contest. A selection of entries will be on view in this online gallery. An exhibition of winning entries will be on view in Clifton Hall May 16June 15.

    • One Another: Spiderlike, I Spin Mirrors

      March 7–June 1, 2014

      This exhibition, drawn primarily from the Albright-Knox Art Gallery’s Collection, considers the creative impulses of some of the most influential female artists of our time. 

    • Millie Chen: Tour

      January 30–May 18, 2014

      Tour, 2014, an audio-video installation by Millie Chen that contemplates arguably “healed” genocide sites, provokes the question: How can we sustain the memory of that which has become invisible? 

    • Frontier Central School District (Education Exhibition)

      April 1–April 27, 2014

      The Art Department of the Frontier Central School District proudly displays the artwork of their kindergarten through twelfth grade students. Through this exhibition, Frontier art students are able to see their work and creative talents at an elevated level.

    • Cubes and Rectangles, Boxes and Containers

      August 16, 2013–April 20, 2014

      Cubes and rectangles can be some of the quietest forms in art. Boxes and containers are altogether different from their non-referential counterparts; by definition, they contain something. This exhibition will explore all four forms.