Articles by Author September2015


2015 CSA featured artist Anne Muntges

CEPA is pleased to share the first of 8 video profiles of our 2015 CSA artists. This video features an interview with artist Anne Muntges for CEPA Gallery’s innovative Community Supported Art (CSA) program, which commissioned eight Buffalo, NY-based artists to produce fifty “CSA shares” comprised of eight artworks each. Season One of CEPA’s CSA…

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CEPA Receives 2015 Artis Exhibition Grant

CEPA Gallery is pleased to announce its receipt of a $7,500 grant from the Artis Grant Programs to support CEPA’s forthcoming exhibition, Place Relations: Identity in Contemporary Israeli and Arab Avant-Garde Art. Place Relations: Identity in Contemporary Israeli and Arab Avant-Garde Art is a two-part exhibition — running back to back and spanning our Summer…

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Gregory Jones interviews Gregory Halpern & Ahndraya Parlato

In conjunction with the their current exhibition at CEPA Gallery, Gregory Jones, founding editor of In the In-Between sat down with artists Gregory Halpern & Ahndraya Parlato to discuss their work. Gregory Jones: East of the Sun, West of the Moon is a collaborative series between the both of you, and the photographs were all…

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2015 Oseroff Memorial Purchase Prize Winner Jeannine Mullane

CEPA was very happy to award the third annual Oseroff Memorial Purchase Prize to artist Jeannine Mullan at a ceremony at Roswell Park Cancer Institute on September 17, 2015. The $1,000 purchase prize acquired her piece Our House, which will now become part of Roswell Park’s permanent art collection. ABOUT THE OSEROFF MEMORIAL PURCHASE PRIZE…

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Nature Photography at Camp Centerland

CEPA was invited by Camp Centerland to do a specialty camp this year. We had eight students in our Nature Photography Camp and were able to wonder the many acres of woods, trails and creeks in Getzville. Students used digital cameras to capture nature while learning the elements of photography. They also took a field…

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See work by students from our Summer Darkroom and Photoshop Camps

This year we tried something a little different for our young photo enthusiasts. In the Darkroom Camp, students shot black and white film, learned to make traditional darkroom prints. In addition they used pinhole cameras to capture interesting scenes on Main Street. They experimented with double exposures (putting two negatives together), solarization (a process where…

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