The Buffalo News Summer Jazz Series has been entertaining Western New York with free outdoor jazz concerts on the grounds of the Albright-Knox since 1981. Since this year's series is cancelled due to health concerns related to COVID-19, we invite you to take a look back at past concerts.
On March 4, 1965, members of The Center of the Creative and Performing Arts at the University at Buffalo performed György Ligeti's Poème symphonique, 1962, as part of the Buffalo Festival of the Arts Today.
Nicolas Schöffer came to the museum in February 1965 to install and maintain his works, including Cysp I, a groundbreaking construction with an electronic “brain.”
Guests gathered on March 4, 1989, for the Members' Preview of The Appropriate Object, which featured the work of seven contemporary black artists.
Guests gathered on March 15, 1991, for the Members' Preview of Faith Ringgold: A 25 Year Survey.
Guests gathered on February 25, 1963, for the Members' Preview of the 27th Annual Western New York Exhibition.
On March 6, 2016, the Albright-Knox welcomed military families for tours and hands-on art projects.
On January 1, 2007, the Albright-Knox debuted a new installation by James Turrell: Gap from the series “Tiny Town,” 2001. This work is currently on view once again as part of the special exhibition Out of Sight! Art of the Senses.