“I don’t know you like that: The Bodywork of Hospitality” takes on the human body, in all its bizarre and beautiful glory.
Meret Kelsey is an assistant arts editor at The Spectrum.
Soccer Mommy, the musical personality of singer-songwriter Sophie Allison, gave a vulnerable, visceral performance at the Town Ballroom last Friday.
Attendees were met with the lively, bustling atmosphere of UB’s most talented artists in their natural habitats: their studios.
With guidance from visiting artist Dara Friedman, a German-born film and video artist whose works have been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art and the Hammer Museum, a group of adventurous students spent much of this semester constructing River Hill, a large-scale labyrinth and pollinator garden.
Ken Jeong discusses comedy, medicine and more in vulnerable 2022-23 Distinguished Speaker Series openingBy AJ FRANKLIN and MERET KELSEY | Oct. 13
Jeong kicked off the 2022-23 Distinguished Speaker Series at the Center for the Arts Tuesday night. Jeong spoke about his unconventional rise to fame to students, faculty and staff at UB.
The 16th iteration of the Buffalo International Film Festival — otherwise known as its “Sweet BIFFteen” — was an uplifting celebration of film, art and community that featured over 160 independent films from Western New York and beyond.
The 16th annual Buffalo International Film Festival kicks off on Thursday, Oct. 6 with an extensive lineup of exciting films from Western New York and beyond.
For the past three years, UB — the largest public university in the state of New York — has been without a student-run radio station. It’s certainly not for a lack of student interest.