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MONSTER 5.0: Brings an Invasion to 464 Gallery

For the love of all things MONSTER, 464 Gallery is once again hosting a creepy, ghoulish, spaced out adventure the night before Halloween. This year’s theme is invasion, which is exactly what is going to be happening at the gallery on that night. Hoards of Buffalo artists will be exhibiting their work, along with a multi-media dance party – art exhibit on the first floor, and a Keith Harrington curated DJ party on the second floor.


Exhibiting artists include: Mary Begley, Lily Booth, Tricia Butski, Daniel Chadwick, Sara Dauer, Courtney Denk, Patrick Foran, Jessica Gadra, Caitlin Krumm, Chace Lobely, Justin Mages, Alicia Malik, Paul Massaro, Thomas Matyas, Ryan Mis, Cole Pawlowski, David Pierro, Nia Puccio, William Rich, Emma Roberts, Jaime Schmidt, Dana Tyrell, and Thomas Webb.


tbutski_150dpialien_600This is the fifth annual Monster Party for 464 Gallery. Each year the party coincides with Halloween. Music included sets by Projex, Armageddon Party, Cthulord, and Denzel. Drinks, dancing, art, and live music throughout the night.

Costume contest at 10pm – winner will receive a $100 gift certificate good for art and gifts at the gallery.  Must be present to win. All entrants will be featured in photos on the 464 Gallery Facebook fanpage.

This event is free and open to the public.

WHO: 464 Gallery | 464 Amherst Street | Buffalo NY

WHAT: MONSTER 5.0: Invasion

WHEN: Friday, October 30, 215 | 6-11pm

Exhibit run: October 30 – November 11



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