In January 1998, the museum received $2 million in federal funding appropriation to be used for the repair and rehabilitation of its buildings.
On May 31, 1905, The Buffalo Fine Arts Academy celebrated the dedication and opening ceremonies for the 1905 Albright Building.
The Albright-Knox’s Art Preparation team worked closely with artist David Adamo to install a series of his works in the Sculpture Court of the 1905 Albright Building for the artist’s exhibition.
The Second Buffalo Festival of the Arts Today was a 16-day celebration of art, theater, film, music, dance, writing, and dance held at the Albright-Knox, with an opening celebration on March 2, 1968.
The 14th Annual Western New York Exhibition was held from March 10 to April 4, 1948.
While Helen Frankenthaler is rightfully lauded as a brilliant colorist, her engagement with the classroom as a space of working through the whys and hows of painting alongside the next generation of artists is less well documented.