Loving In Deed: The Buffalo-Based Photographer Who Fought Racism with Portraiture

June 16, 2022

Dr. Barbara Seals Nevergold is an educator, historian, and community and political activist who founded the Uncrowned Queens Institute in 1999 to promote the collection, preservation, and dissemination of the individual histories of women, women's organizations, and women's collective history; and to teach and educate women on the use of technology to preserve and disseminate their histories. We asked her what role art can play to combat racism. This was her response.

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Throwback Thursday: Art of Jazz

January 13, 2022

From 1999 to 2019, the Albright-Knox hosted the Art of Jazz series, establishing the museum’s auditorium as one of the premier venues to experience live jazz in North America. The series will return in 2022 at Kleinhans Music Hall.

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