World-renowned for being one of the first true "skyscrapers," because of the use of a full steel frame, this ... More
World-renowned for being one of the first true "skyscrapers," because of the use of a full steel frame, this building was the design of famous American architect Louis Sullivan, and opened in 1895. The terra-cotta facade is very ornate, featuring geometric designs as well as foliage. Inside, the original lobby skylights and tile mosaics remain intact. Saved from the wrecking ball in the 1980s by local citizens, this beautiful edifice is also known locally by the name it bore for much of its earlier life: the Prudential Building.
A classic example of Art Deco architectural design, this building ranks as an early 20th Century Americanesque masterpiece and has
been considered an enduring symbol of Buffalo's genius and spirit since it was designed in 1929 by John J. ...
Run by the non profit Center for Exploratory and Perceptual Art (CEPA), this gallery in the Buffalo Theater District features
photograph based exhibits including stills, films and videos. Located in the historic Market Arcade building, the space consists of ...
The umbrella organization for art activities in Buffalo and Erie County, this council is responsible for the vibrant artistic community
here. From the visual arts to theater, from gala film festivals to modern dance marathons, the council provides funding ...