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Reception Images – from Odyssey | Warriors Come Home

On Friday, September 20, 2019, ODYSSEY \ Warriors Come Home opened with a reception that was a part of the theater district’s annual, Curtain Up! Following are some of the images from the night as well as Thursday October 19 when a private reception for the veterans, their family and friends was held. Photos ©Rob…

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Exhibit Images – from Odyssey | Warriors Come Home

Curator’s Statement:Witness the journey home from war. You’ve never seen anything like this. In photographs, words and life-sized self-portraits, 37 combat veterans show us the profound and deeply personal impact of war. Over the past nine months, the veterans in the Odyssey Workshops made photographs. They crafted meaning from memory, loss, love and war. In…

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Full Circle Public Art Project

This interactive artwork takes an element commonly found in parks and playgrounds – the swing-set – and by questioning its conventional linear arrangement achieves a transformation that is abstract, spatial and political. The installation twists the typical experience to provide opportunities for confrontation and dialogue through the positioning of individuals in relation to the work…

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Teen Photo

Teen Photo

March 28, 2019 | News & Press | By

TEEN PHOTO is a unique opportunity for teenagers, 13-18 years old. Mondays, April 1 – May 20, 4:30-6:30pmTeens can attend all 8 weeks or just one: Each class covers a different aspect of photography.  In Teen Photo, young photographers come together to share their passion for photography. They’ll receive technical advice, constructive feedback on…

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Capturing Buffalo

Capturing Buffalo

March 28, 2019 | News & Press | By

CAPTURING BUFFALO is an opportunity for photographers by photographers enabling participants to learn, enjoy, and receive friendly feedback on images. Single-day program to be offered twice, May 10 and 24, with a rain date of May 31. This opportunity involves learning about one of Buffalo’s iconic neighborhoods, spending time capturing its details and character. By…

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Poet, photographer and Warhol assistant, Gerard Malanga, speaking at CEPA Wednesday, April 3rd

Gerard Malanga’s creative output has spanned six decades as poet, photographer, filmmaker, and archivist. Malanga’s portrait photography work has produced some of pop culture’s most memorable images. CEPA Gallery is collaborating with Albright-Knox Art Gallery to present Gerard Malanga in Buffalo, NY on April 3-4, 2019 for two evenings of free public events focusing on…

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Odyssey Workshops

Odyssey Workshops

December 20, 2018 | Uncategorized | By

Picturing Life After Combat   CEPA Gallery and the Veterans One-stop Center of WNY will co-present a free, 12-week intensive photography course for post 9/11 combat veterans beginning in January 2019. Through photography and writing, veterans will explore the return home in the workshop from their perspective. Participants will work in small groups to make pictures that…

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BUFFALO SPREE and The PUBLIC applaud CEPA’s current exhibit Fast, Cheap & Easy: The Copy Art Revolution

Fast, Cheap & Easy: The Copy Art Revolution is the much anticipated exhibit celebrating the copy machine as an art-making tool. It is an international survey featuring over 100 artists from the 1960s to the present who have explored the neglected and underserved role of the copy machine as a quick, affordable, and innovative method to…

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ELECTROPHOTOGRAPHY Workshops

Last chance to take this special workshop with Electrophotography artist, Tom Carpenter: Saturday, November 10, from 10:00am – 1:00pm. It’s only $35 with a 10-student limit so call CEPA to register asap:  716-856-2717. All ages welcome. In this unique workshop participants will be introduced to the camera-based Xerox flat plate process, learn about its history,…

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