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M&T First Fridays @ The Gallery | Friday, March 3, 2017

Every first Friday of the month, the public is invited to attend a day at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, filled with all sorts of interactive art events and activities. There’s something for everyone, including kids. The line-up includes tours, art exhibits, classes, live music, talks, events, hands-on activities, food and drink, and lots of surprises along the way. Many of the activities and tours are free (see below). See current exhibits. The upcoming exhibit at the gallery (March 11 – June 4) is Menagerie: Animals on View.

Friday, March 3, 2017

10 am–noon Drop-In Art Activity (FREE) 

11–11:45 am Family Fun Tour (FREE) 

noon–1:30 pm ArtCart: Contemporary Materials (FREE) 

1–3 pm Studio Art Class for Adults: Ink Drawing $10 general admission / FREE for Members // This class is full. 

1:30–2:30 pm Public Tour (FREE)

4–5 pm “What’s Your Vision?” Tour (FREE)

5–7 pm Drop-In Art Activity (FREE) 

5:30–7:30 pm Jazz and Happy Hour Featuring music by George Kane

6–6:30 pm Gallery Talk—Jacob Kassay: OTNY and Eric Mack: Vogue Fabrics (FREE) 

7–7:30 pm Gallery Talk—Tamar Guimarães and Kasper Akhøj: Studies for A Minor History of Trembling Matter and Willa Nasatir (FREE)

7:30–8:30 pm Performance: Slyboots Drum and Dance Ensemble (FREE)

7:30–9:30 pm Studio Art Class for Adults: Ink Drawing $10 general admission / FREE for Members // This class is full.

8:30–9:30 pm Drop-In Art Activity (FREE)


Become a Member during M&T FIRST FRIDAYS and receive a 20% discount! 

Slyboots Drum and Dance Ensemble. Image courtesy of the artist. Photograph by jProbst.

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