Weekly Feature

2014-04-03 / Entertainment


thurs. 3

Revenge of the Intellect: Work by J. Tim Raymond — Photo collage works featured by the former instructor of fine arts, museum worker and arts activity specialist. Opens Thursday, April 3, opening reception from 7 to 10 p.m. Friday, April 11, and continues through Tuesday, April 22, at Queen City Gallery, 617 Main St., Buffalo. 868-8183, www.queencitygallery.tripod.com

fri. 4

Rachel: Beautiful Buffalo — Twelve-year-old photographer Rachel sees the beauty in WNY. She loves to take pictures of architecture and flowers, and this show will focus on sites from around the Buffalo area, highlighting the Botanical Gardens, Friday, April 4, through May 11, in the Arcangel Gallery of the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens, 2655 South Park Ave., Buffalo; $. 827-1584, www.buffalogardens.com

The Market Easter 2013: Photographs by Michael Mulley — Opens Friday, April 4, and “The Broadway Market 1973: Photographs by Don Stockman” continues, at The Broadway Market, 999 Broadway, Buffalo. 893-0705, www.broadwaymarket.org

thurs. 10

2014 Student Thesis Exhibition Prospectus — Thursday, April 10, through April 30, Carnegie Art Center, 240 Goundry St., North Tonawanda. 694-4400

ongoing: now-April 4

Jodi Selin — Displaying her work as part of Pathways/Order and Disorder, on display through April 4 at the Dolce Valvo Art Center at Niagara County Community College, 3111 Saunders Settlement Road, Sanborn.

now-April 6

Buffalo’s Monuments Men — As the film “Monuments Men” has been seen in theaters across the country, the Albright-Knox will honor Buffalo’s own Monuments Men: Andrew C. Ritchie, who served as the museum’s director from 1942-1949; Charles P. Parkhurst, its curator from 1946-1947; and Patrick J. Kelleher, its curator of collections from 1950-1954, with a special installation. All three served in the Monuments, Fine Arts and Archives (MFAA) Section of the United States Army during and after World War II. The MFAA officers became known as the Monuments Men. Included in the exhibit is Edgar Degas’ “Mile. Fiocre dans le ballet La Source” (“Mademoiselle Fiocre in the Ballet La Source”), and continues through April 6 at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, 1285 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo; $. 882-8700, www.albrightknox.org

now-April 9

Undiscovered Worlds and New Lands: Digital Paintings by Anthony Pismarov — This exhibit takes place in an alternative universe where humans have colonized the galaxy due to the possibility of interstellar travel, on display through April 9, at 464 Gallery, 464 E. Amherst St., Buffalo; Free. 983-2112, www.464Gallery.com

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