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Ghosts: French Holocaust Children by Hirsch Projects
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Frank O’Connor: Resemblance and Representation
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Nando Alvarez-Perez: Totems For A Flattened Now
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2016 Big Orbit Members’ Exhibition

CALL FOR ENTRIES: 2016 Big Orbit Members’ Exhibit All media excluding photography January 30–March 5, 2016 All current, new, and renewing CEPA and Big Orbit Members are invited to participate in the upcoming 2016 Big Orbit Members’ Exhibit. Each member may submit one (1) piece of non-photographic art for inclusion in the exhibit All work…

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2016 CEPA Members’ Exhibition

CALL FOR ENTRIES: 2016 CEPA Gallery Members’ Exhibit Photography and photo-related work January 29–March 5, 2016 All current, new, and renewing CEPA and Big Orbit Members are invited to participate in the upcoming 2016 CEPA Gallery Members’ Exhibit. Each member may submit one (1) piece of photography or photo-related art for inclusion in the exhibit…

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Architecture and Education Program 2015

The Architecture + Education program is a collaboration between Buffalo Architects, University at Buffalo School of Architecture & Planning students, and Buffalo Public School teachers. Working together, architect-teacher teams incorporated architecture into the curriculums at participating schools. The children’s work and process will be proudly exhibited throughout CEPA Gallery from January 8 through January 15,…

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Musical Performance by Siti Bauw
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SABRINA MARRAZZO: 42

SABRINA MARRAZZO: 42

November 16, 2015 | | By
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Interior Views: The Richardson Olmsted Complex
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LIZ LESSNER: APPETITES/ANXIETIES

Liz Lessner has exhibited her sculptures in group and two person exhibitions in Oregon, Michigan, New York, and Mexico. She has shown her work at Collision Machine, Brooklyn Artist Gym, 3rd Ward, and A.I.R. Gallery (Artists in Residence), the first cooperative for women artists in the United States. Highlights include the two-person show “Common China”…

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