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Fine Arts Report for 3/24/14 
Monday, March 24, 2014, 08:30am - 11:00pm
 

MUSIC

 

7:30 pm  The University at Buffalo’s Department of Music presents Third Coast Percussion featuring the music of John Cage and others at Lippes Concert Hall in Slee Hall on UB’s Amherst campus. 

 

8:00pm  The SUNY Fredonia School of Music presents a Faculty Recital featuring violinist David Colwell and others performing the music of Brahms and Ravel at the Rosch Recital Hall on the SUNY Fredonia campus in Fredonia.

 

 

VISUAL ARTS   

 

Brainwashed: An Abstract Interpretation of Color Psychology at 464 Art Gallery on Amherst Street in Buffalo. [through March 26]

 

Women Create at the 3rd on 3rd Gallery on East Third Street in Jamestown. [through March 28]

 

People and How They Saw Them at Art Dialogue Gallery on Linwood Avenue in Buffalo. [through March 29]

 

Grace and Muster at Olean Public Library Gallery on North 2nd Street in Olean. [through March 29]

 

Currents at Studio Hart on Allen Street in Buffalo. [through March 31]

 

American Scenes from the Seventies at the Nina Freudenheim Gallery on North Street Buffalo. [through April 2]  

 

Spark Issue #4 at Glow Gallery on Allen Street in Buffalo. [through April 2]

 

Short Subjects [photography] at Queen City Gallery on Main Street in Buffalo. [through April 4]

 

Envelop at Enjoy the Journey Art Gallery on Orchard Park Road in West Seneca. [through April 5]

 

Motion at Artsphere Studio & Gallery on Amherst Street in Buffalo. [through April 19]

 

Cubes and Rectangles, Boxes and Containers at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery on Elmwood Avenue in Buffalo. [through April 20]

 

Diverse Dimensional Approaches at Impact Artists Gallery on Main Street in Buffalo.  [through April 25]

 

Buffalo the Best Planned City in the World  [photography] at the Buffalo Niagara Visitor Center Gallery in the Market Arcade Building in downtown Buffalo. [through April 30]

 

4D Art at Unity Church Gallery on Delaware Avenue in Buffalo. [through April 30]

 

 

 

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