If you’re interested in the work of local aspiring artists, mark your calendar for this Saturday. The Buffalo Arts Studio Education Program has announced that it will host its first open house on March 27, from 11am-2pm, at the organization’s studio located in the Tri-Main Center on Main Street in Buffalo.
There is no admission cost. Highlights of the open house will include a display of work from various art classes that the Buffalo Arts Studio has offered. There will be some work by professional artists at the open house, but according to Kelli Dochstader, a Buffalo Arts Studio intern, most of the work there will be products of the host studio.
“The artwork showcased is primarily that of students and instructors of the Buffalo Arts Studio Education Program, though work from resident artists will be on display in the gallery as well,” Dochstader said.
By attending the open house, guests will also be able to watch some of the Studio’s artists and students at work, and participate in hands-on demonstrations that will allow participants to create some art of their own. All open house attendees will also be entered into drawings to win a free Buffalo Arts Studio class and other prizes to be determined.
Buffalo Arts Studio is a non-for-profit organization that makes it its goal to provide artists with a suitable and affordable environment in which they can produce work and send it out to be displayed in exhibitions, whether in the Buffalo area, across the country, or around the world. The group offers classes for aspiring artists and ways for them to exhibit their art and get started in a profession with profound meaning and cultural roots.
For more information about this event, contact Jayne Hughes at 716.833.4450 x11, or via email.