Sierra LeGarde — an Afro-Indigenous cultural activist — spoke about her tribe, the Bayou Lacombe Choctaw, and what historical accounts of her people often miss.
Calling all movie-goers! The Buffalo International Film Festival (BIFF) is running through Oct. 9.
Step into the world of “Puffs,” a tongue-in-cheek “Harry Potter” parody play that promises laughter from start to finish for Potterheads and muggles alike.
Maren Morris is the latest country music giant to raise her voice. Morris, who scored four No. 1 hits on the Billboard Country Airplay chart, announced her departure from the genre with farewell tracks “The Tree” and “Get the Hell Out of Here.”
Between McGurr’s sporadic stints as the artist, FUTURA2000, he birthed the abstraction of graffiti art — a feat that the UB Galleries is immortalizing 40 years later in the artist’s first retrospective exhibition, FUTURA2000: Breaking Out.
Media artist and UB faculty member Carl Lee explores the beauty of the mundane in his new project "Unity Island."
“Gruesome Playground Injuries” had its characters — and the audience — in stitches this past weekend at the Katharine Cornell Theater. Part of UB’s student-directed series of plays, the two-actor show follows three decades of Kayleen (Alissa di Cristo) and Doug’s (Brandan Booker) lives.
Gruesome Playground Injuries, a play showing Sept. 22 and 23 at 7:30 p.m. in the Katharine Cornell Theater, follows Kayleen (played by Alissa Di Cristo) and Doug (Brandan Booker) as they navigate life over the course of 30 years. Their collective journey, however, is anything but typical.
Society and Computing Club (SOCO) hosted their first event of the semester, “Pixels or Picasso,” on Sept. 13. Attendees from a wide variety of disciplines — some tech-related, some not — discussed the history and future of AI in art and society.
Buffalo has hotspots of artistic fervor that are worth exploring — and they just might change your opinion about the city.
Indulge in some live music around Buffalo this fall. From underground punk artists to global headliners, there's something for everyone.
UB students share the upcoming music they're excited about.
The AKG Museum opened its doors to the public on Thursday in a long-awaited reopening.