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As part of our AK360 Campus Development and Expansion Project, the Albright-Knox will create a new work of signature architecture on the north end of its historic campus. The revitalized museum will be poised to serve as an essential element of the region’s tourism ecosystem. As a result of this project, the Albright-Knox’s annual economic impact is expected to increase by more than 30%.

Common sky, 2019, by Olafur Eliasson and Sebastian Behmann of Studio Other Spaces. © Studio Other Spaces

The project, designed by OMA/Shohei Shigematsu, will more than double the number of masterworks on view and will add much-needed visitor amenities, including an Indoor Town Square that will be free and open to the public. The design will also repatriate more than a half acre of green space and more fully integrate the museum’s three epoch-defining buildings with Delaware Park, creating new synergies between nature, architecture, and the vistas that connect them.

Your gift to AK360 goes well beyond bricks and mortar. Your fully tax-deductible contribution will help ensure the sustained vibrancy of the museum’s educational and exhibition programming as well as its ability to make these experiences accessible to all visitors.

To learn more about specific opportunities for your philanthropy to transform the museum through the AK360 Capital Campaign, please contact the Advancement Office at 716.270.8207.

We look forward to building the future hand in hand with you.

  • An aerial photograph of the museum's campus with a rendering of the new building in the top left

    About the Project

    In June of 2018 the museum announced its plan to create a new work of signature architecture on the north end of the museum’s historic campus.

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    AK360 Project Timeline

    Trace the evolution of the museum's campus development project from 2012 to the present.

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