The Albright-Knox’s Public Art Initiative is an innovative partnership between the museum and the County of Erie established in 2013 to enhance our shared sense of place and cultural identity in the urban and suburban landscapes of Western New York. The City of Buffalo joined the partnership in 2014.
The goal of the Initiative is to create spaces of dialogue where diverse communities have the ability to socially engage, actively respond, and cooperatively produce great public art that is capable of empowering individuals, creating stronger neighborhoods, and establishing Western New York as a critical cultural center.
Albright-Knox’s Public Art Initiative Unveils New Mural at 1131 Broadway
September 25, 2018
New AK Public Art Initiative Mural Celebrates Hispanic Heritage
August 17, 2017
AK Public Art Initiative Creates Welcome Wall
July 26, 2017
AK Public Art Initiative Unveils New Mural at Joe’s Deli
June 23, 2017
AK Public Art Mural and Museum Exhibition by Artist Shantell Martin
December 13, 2016
Albright-Knox Announces New Mural at 74 Jewett Avenue
July 14, 2016
Albright-Knox Seeks Fabric Donations for Public Art Installation
April 4, 2016
Public Art Set to Bloom Across Erie County: Rewilding New York (Community Seed Stations) will Disperse Native Wildflower Seeds Across WNY
August 10, 2015
Shark Girl Prepares for Her Summer Close-Ups!
April 14, 2015
Partnership Brings Art Outreach to Students across Erie County
November 12, 2014
Albright-Knox Names Aaron Ott Public Art Curator
March 14, 2014