Join us for a curated open mic event which creates space for the community to share their truths through poetry, music, and other forms of expression. This event is a culmination of the Explore Your Truths workshop series.
Join us for a performance of excerpts from the exciting new Ujima Company production of SPUNK, a TONY® nominated play with songs by George C. Wolfe and music by Chic Streetman, and adapted for the stage from three short stories by Zora Neale Hurston.
Join us for a special live virtual performance by Difference Machines: Technology and Identity in Contemporary Art artists Mendi + Keith Obadike, who are known for their early internet–based art projects and their pioneering work as sound artists.
Join us for a virtual poetry reading by Matthew Bosque, Melinda Capeles, Matthew Chevez, Joe Dejames, and Julia Ramirez inspired by the special exhibition Comunidades Visibles: The Materiality of Migration.
“The Movement of Joy” defines and imagines joy through the archiving of performance, looking and shifting the concept of oral histories to movement histories. This work is an exploration and series of embodied meditations of storytelling from an improvisational practice deriving from the African American Spiritual.
This event has been canceled.
This performance of Maestro Henri Star and the Muhammad School of Music Chamber Players will feature the music of Bach, Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, Bob Marley, Michael Jackson, and more.
The Buffalo News Summer Jazz Series: The Greg Millar Quintet Re-Creating the Classic Album Bags Meets Wes
The Buffalo News Summer Jazz Series takes place on the museum’s Delaware Stairs overlooking Hoyt Lake. This third concert in the 2019 season features the Greg Millar Quintet re-creating the classic album Bags Meets Wes.