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The Albright-Knox Art Gallery’s Sculpture Court with Reclining Hercules, not dated; Anna Glenny Dunbar's Katherine Cornell, 1930; and August Rodin's Eve, 1881

The Albright-Knox Art Gallery’s Sculpture Court, May 31, 1942. From left: Reclining Hercules, not dated (Roman, maker unknown); Anna Glenny Dunbar's Katherine Cornell, 1930 (Collection Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Charlotte A. Watson Fund, 1931); and Auguste Rodin's Eve, 1881 (cast executed 1913) (Collection Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Fellows for Life Fund, 1926). 

After Hours @ AK—Stories from the Archives: Exploring the Albright-Knox’s Visual History through Erin Shirreff

Tuesday, March 22, 2016 ● 5:30 pm
8 pm

FREE for Corporate Members and Albright-Knox Members at the Professional Membership level and above 

5:30 pm, Cocktail Hour/Networking
6:30 pm, Stories from the Archives
7 pm, Trivia Game

The Albright-Knox’s Archives provide rich stories about the museum's collection and history. Join us as we explore the archival content in Erin Shirreff, and try your hand at identifying historical photographs featured in the exhibition.

Space is limited; contact 716.270.8247 or membership@albrightknox.org by Tuesday, March 15, 2016.  

About After Hours @ AK

Connect with friends and like-minded peers for behind-the-scenes access to the Albright-Knox. Join us to mix and mingle at four engaging evenings throughout the year, with incomparable insights into the Albright-Knox’s Collection and exhibitions. Learn More

After Hours @ AK participants try to identify historical photographs featured in Erin Shirreff

After Hours @ AK participants try to identify historical photographs featured in Erin Shirreff on March 22, 2016. Photograph by Tom Loonan.

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