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Reflecting on Difference: GLYS Western New York and the Power of Virtual Space

February 11, 2022

GLYS Western New York (Growing LGBTQ+ Youth Support) is a non-profit organization providing support and programming for LGBTQ+ Youth and their families throughout Western New York. On December 19, Michael Spears, Administrative Assistant for GLYS Western New York, and Leah Miori, a University at Buffalo graduate student and GLYS intern, gave a tour of Difference Machines: Technology and Identity in Contemporary Art at Albright-Knox Northland as part of the Sunday Insights series. Spears reflects on what that experience was like.

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Throwback Thursday: Art of Jazz

January 13, 2022

From 1999 to 2019, the Albright-Knox hosted the Art of Jazz series, establishing the museum’s auditorium as one of the premier venues to experience live jazz in North America. The series will return in 2022 at Kleinhans Music Hall.

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Marisol: Collected Ghost Stories

October 6, 2021

Since I began working on the Albright-Knox’s Marisol Bequest, I seem to hear many more ghost stories than I used to. In interviews, Marisol's contemporaries recall instances when her works seemed to come alive in the studio, falling over in the middle of the night and making noise out of nowhere.

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