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"Memory: Luba Art and the Making of History" will be on view at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, 1285 Elmwood Ave. Organized by the Museum for African Art (New York City), the exhibit explores the art and culture of the Luba people of Zaire (recently renamed Congo) from the 17th to 19th centuries. A members' preview will be held at 8:30 p.m. Friday, and the exhibit opens to the public Saturday and continues through Oct. 5.

The Rental Sales Gallery has extended the exhibit "Selected Works II," from the New York and Area Artists collections, through Oct. 2. Works are available for rent or sale to members, plus sale to the public.

The Burchfield-Penney Art Center, Rockwell Hall, Buffalo State College, presents "The Paintings of Charles Burchfield: North by Midwest." Organized by the Columbus Museum of Art, this exhibit traces Burchfield's development through a survey of his works and comparative works by older contemporaries and peers. Works will remain on view through Aug. 17.

"The Daughters of St. Catherine," by Kathi Rick, based on the historical connection between women and eating, plus "Models of Exactness," sculptural collages by Gerald C. Mead Jr., and "Small Wonders," a group show curated by Mead, are on view at the Anderson Gallery, located at Martha Jackson Place off Englewood Avenue, one block south of Kenmore Avenue. The exhibits have been extended through Aug. 1.

The Chautauqua Center for the Visual Arts, on Wythe Avenue in the Chautauqua Institution, Route 394, Chautauqua, will present works by Robert Booth, Grover Winch, Diane Heitzenrater, Gloria Gaddis and Lynda Dubov. The exhibits will be on view through July 31.

The El Museo Francisco Oller y Diego Rivera Gallery, 620 Main St., will present "Old Havana," featuring black-and-white photographs by Manuel Pina. The exhibit opens with a reception at 8 p.m. Friday, and works will remain on view through Sept. 5.

"Works of Vreelandt Bennett Lyman," featuring oils, temperas, gouaches and drawings, plus acrylics and collages by Joan Fitzgerald, both on view at the Waligur-Doering Gallery, have been extended through Aug. 20. The gallery is at 213 Main St., Hamburg.

The Bunis Family Art Gallery at the Jewish Community Center, 2640 N. Forest Road, Getzville, will present works by adult students of Saul Horowitz through Sept. 1.

The Centennial Art Center of Hamburg's Schoolhouse Gallery, 3185 Amsdell Road, Hamburg, will present a "Summer Sundays Art Exhibit," featuring works of Margaret Hart and Adeline Klima, on Sunday.

"Gioia Divita," sculpture by Tony DeCorse, will be on view at the Crane Branch Library, 633 Elmwood Ave., through Nov. 16.

The Art Dialogue Gallery, One Linwood Ave., will present "Donald R. Haug: Works in Oil and Pastel." Works will remain on view through Aug. 16.

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