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Albright-Knox Art Gallery is one of 10 museums participating in a paid internship program launched by the Association of Art Museum Directors. The program seeks to give minority undergraduate students an opportunity to work in the arts. The project hopes to “proactively address the demographic disparity in our industry by recognizing that access to funds is sometimes…

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1) Holiday Valley Wine & Beer Festival, 3:30 to 7:30 p.m. Nov. 10 at Holiday Valley Resort (6557 Holiday Valley Road, Ellicottville). Tickets are $65 and may be purchased here. Admission includes a $5 voucher for food. Commentary: For most people, Ellicottville is a destination, and in the gap between Fall Fest and the start of ski and snowboard season, you might th…

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In the age of Instagram, "voter participation" has taken on a whole new meaning. And definitely a whole new look. Buffalo Instagram was bursting on Tuesday with proud voters (and aspiring voters, and democracy-loving pets) celebrating Election Day in highly photogenic ways. As one poster noted: "Why not look fabulous while exercising your constitutional right to vote…

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Artisans from Buffalo and far beyond gathered in the Hamburg Fairgrounds Event Center and surrounding buildings on Saturday, Nov. 3, 2018, for Christmas in the Country, which runs through Nov. 4. See who scoured for gifts of all kinds.

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1) Christmas in the Country, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Nov. 2, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Nov. 3 and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 4 at Hamburg Fairgrounds Event Center (5820 South Park Ave., Hamburg). Tickets are $10 at the door; children 12 years and younger get in for free. Commentary: Apparently, there exists a publication - Sunshine Artist - that ranks art-and-crafts markets across the cou…

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LEWISTON — You’ll never guess what’s buried in Artpark. A 1975 Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser can be found down under the bucolic hills of Lewiston overlooking the Niagara Gorge. Encased in plastic and covered with tar, the “Citizen’s Time Capsule” contains 30 vintage suitcases stuffed with treasures to communicate the culture and values of the 1970s to people in the 21st …

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Investment guru Jeffrey Gundlach expects long-term interest rates to keep rising, which could threaten the nation’s housing market at a time when the Trump administration’s tax cuts have created a “Miracle-Gro” economy. Gundlach, the Amherst native and Albright-Knox benefactor who is chief executive officer of DoubleLine Capital in Los Angeles, outlined his views on the…

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Susan Geissler of Youngstown, a prominent local sculptor specializing in public art, has donated a small work for permanent display in the Child Development Center at the Niagara County Community College Learning Commons in Sanborn. The work, "Puddle Jumper," depicts a child in a yellow rain slicker and orange galoshes jumping into a puddle. Geissler, who graduated f…

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Amherst is getting tangled up in the Albright-Knox Art Gallery's campaign to bring art to the community. Town and gallery officials have tentatively agreed to install Shayne Dark's "Tanglewood," a cluster of logs painted bright blue, in Bassett Park. The piece, which previously was displayed at the Albright-Knox and at the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens, w…

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1) Hamburg Oktoberfest, 2 to 11 p.m. Sept. 15 in Memorial Park, at Lake and Union streets, Hamburg. Free to attend, and discount tickets (for various purchases such as food and drink at the festival) can be found here. Commentary: Although we're still roughly three weeks from the beginning of October, the Oktoberfest event season has begun. Head to Memorial Park in Hamb…

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A garden of echinacea, hibiscus and pussy willow plants has engulfed the entire side of the exposed, yellow-brick wall on the side of the 6 1/2-story Sinclair Building at 465 Washington St. downtown, snaking around windows and extending to the rooftop. The latest installation of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery's public art initiative is as gargantuan — 80 feet tall by 160…

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If this Colonial-style manor in Snyder looks like an art gallery on the inside, there's a good reason for that. James Brandys and his wife, Joy, have collected works by local and international artists for decades and displayed all of it on the walls of their carefully decorated Lebrun Road home. Joy Brandys is a serious painter, while James Brandys is vice chair of the …

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Elmwood Avenue Festival of the Arts, which includes 170 artists and craftspeople, live performances and Kids Fest, holds its first of a two-day run on Elmwood Avenue between West Ferry and St. James, Saturday, Aug. 25, 2018.

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Silo City was the place to be on Sunday, Aug. 26, 2018, as the second annual Beau Fleuve Music and Arts Festival welcomed artists of all kinds - including Benny the Butcher, Miller & the Other Sinners and Vin DeRosa, among many others. See the scene in and around the grain elevators.