Nikki Milley Art Studio & Gallery
239 Young Street
Monday 10 am – 6:00 pm, Thursday 9 am- 4 pm
Tuesday and Wednesday 10 am – 6 pm
Friday toss of the dice
Saturday 11 am – 4 pm
BUFFALO NIAGARA ART ASSOCIATION
Juried member 2018
The Buffalo Niagara Art Association (BNAA) is an artistically diverse network
of western New York artists
bonded together to promote community understanding and interest in the visual arts.
MONTHLY ART CRITIQUE GROUP
247 Market Street
Monthly Art Critique Group Facebook
Get together’s are held 2nd Tuesday of each month at 6 pm
Critique night is a welcoming, laid-back evening for ALL artists of any medium
to come together and share ideas and experiences,
discuss techniques, and give and receive constructive feedback
on works in progress or finished pieces.
Art Critique Night is a free event.
NIAGARA ARTS GUILD
33 Ontario St.
niagara arts guild
meetings are held 3rd Friday of each month at 7 pm
(except July & August)
demonstrations on a variety of art-related topics are part of each month’s focus.
It is a wonderful time to network with other members and artists.
Guests are always welcome
1045 ELMWOOD GALLERY FOR THE ARTS
original works and prints available
Hours: Fridays 11 am-4 pm, Saturdays 11 am-4 pm
1045 Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14222
1045 Elmwood Art Gallery
LOCKPORT ARTS FESTIVAL, JUNE 2018
GLEN PARK ARTS FESTIVAL, 2018
MEDINA FARMERS MARKET, JULY & SEPTEMBER 2018
WILSON WINE & ART FEST AUGUST, 2018
BARK BASH AUGUST, 2018
LEWISTON ART FESTIVAL AUGUST, 2018
NATURES GATHERING, REINSTEIN WOODS, NOVEMBER 10TH 5-8 PM
BUFFALO IRON WORKS
nikki M. will be judging the 2016
Lions Club International Peace Poster Contest
A CELEBRATION OF PEACE EXHIBITION
Wednesday, November 9th at 6:00 pm
Niagara Arts & Cultural Center
1201 Pine Ave
Niagara Falls, NY
FALL MEMBERS SHOW
October 15-November 13, 2016
Lockside Art Center
21-41 Main Street
Friday-Sunday 12 pm-4 pm
ARTISTS SEEN: PHOTOGRAPHS OF ARTISTS IN THE 21ST CENTURY
A PROJECT BY DAVID MOOG
The Burchfield Penney Art Center is partnering with photographer David Moog in a project we believe will be exciting and historically notable. In an unprecedented effort, Mr. Moog will attempt to make black & white portraits of all the working artists in Western New York. Painters, printer makers, sculptors, wood workers, potters, craftspeople, photographers, installation and performance artists, musicians, curators and gallery owners will be included.