A Celebration for All Ages
In a little over a month’s time, the Buffalo AKG Art Museum will open its doors to the public for its inaugural season. The celebratory kick-off includes a free-to-the-community weekend, where gallery-goers will get to explore the entire campus at no charge.
Aside from engaging with the Buffalo AKG Campus Expansion and Development Project as a whole, guests will also be able to engage with state-of-the-art studio spaces, artmaking activities, food and drink at Cornelia and Sculpture Bar, and old and new favorite artworks from the collection.
In order to participate in this highly anticipated event – dates ranging from June 15 to June 18 – interested parties are asked to reserve a ticket.
Click here to learn more about Cornelia restaurant and Sculpture Bar (coffee and wine bar).
Learn about Creative Commons, created in partnership with the LEGO Foundation
View the Campus History Timeline
This is an opportunity that art-lovers and Buffalo-lovers will not want to miss. The approaching dates are quickly drawing near. It won’t be long before we can truly witness, and better appreciate and understand, the future of the city’s Gallery and Museum District, as it continues to unfold with this impressive undertaking.
Also, be sure to Save the Date (Sunday, July 16): Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra on the Great Lawn
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