Isabel Yu has been a figure model in art classes for about a year and a half.
Pick a song that gets you hard, not one that makes sex harder.
To put it bluntly, “Beau is Afraid” is a spectacle.
“Reflections of Impermanence,” the Department of Art’s class of 2023 senior thesis exhibition, opened to warm reception last Thursday evening at the Center for the Arts (CFA).
“Napoleon Dynamite” super fans flooded the Center for the Arts (CFA) theater, for a screening of a movie they’ve seen dozens of times over. Fans went to the April 13 showing to witness John Heder (Napoleon), Jon Gries (Uncle Rico) and Effren Ramirez (Pedro) discuss their cult classic comedy, “Napoleon Dynamite.”
The museum’s June 2023 debut will include new acquisitions, additional community spaces and a redesigned campus.
“The Super Mario Bros. Movie” is, surprise surprise, catered toward kids — but that doesn’t mean that people of all ages can’t enjoy our two favorite plumbers on the adventure of a lifetime.
With a long list of pre-event preparations to complete, Vic Janis ran around all afternoon, gearing up for the closing reception of “Duplex,” her Buffalo-themed art exhibit that occupied the CFA’s Project Space until April 6.
This past Thursday, Bridget Moser’s “When I Am Through With You There Won’t Be Anything Left” was not a series of paintings, a dance or a play. It was something else entirely, something unfiltered, raw and unabashedly original.
The show’s diverse numbers saw dancers moving to loon sounds, hip hop and Bollywood-style choreography.
Buffalo might be primarily known for football, wings and cold weather, but it's got great music too.
A gigantic gray staircase split the space down the middle. Sculptures of garbage stood guard in the corners. Old family photos were plastered on the theater’s walls and UFO-like rings hung from the ceiling.
Lights in the Black Box Theater dimmed before whirring back to life on a vibrant beach scene, plunging theatergoers into a haze of nostalgia.
One fine arts student opened their gallery to protesters who needed to warm up or take a break from the demonstration.
The Sunday show’s sendoff was especially important for the seniors in the group, affectionately referred to as “Zeniors,” as each took their final bow with Zodiaque.
International Fiesta, UB’s annual dance competition showcasing international clubs and organizations on campus, took place Saturday in the CFA Mainstage Theatre.
The Harlem Quartet delivered an immersive performance full of energy and humor to a packed Lippes Concert Hall last Saturday.
In the back of the CFA’s basement, on a now-vacated desk, sat a bizarre assortment of pooping animal figurines. Much like the office’s former occupant, these figurines have since retired from the UB Department of Theatre and Dance.