Vibrant colors adorned the Center for the Arts (CFA) mainstage at this year’s International Fiesta. But where do these colorful garments come from, and what do they mean?
Winter in Buffalo can get dreary, but there's no better way to get over lousy weather than to indulge in local art with these events happening around town.
In each edition of Culture Perspectives, The Spectrum will ask UB students seven questions that survey their observations, opinions and beliefs to help us understand our cultural climate. We’ll ask questions about the media students are consuming, where they stand with their own generation and more. One question will always tackle a hot topic in our culture — whether local, national or global.
If we take a look at the record of artists that have visited within the last 40 years, dare I say, there is hope for the future of our campus entertainment.
UB hosted its annual “Art in the Open” event last week. The exhibit allowed visitors an immersive glimpse into UB artists’ creative processes without the formality of a typical museum.
Troye Sivan's new album, “Something to Give Each Other,” invigorates his struggle with heartbreak while retaining his depth.
Calling all movie-goers! The Buffalo International Film Festival (BIFF) is running through Oct. 9.
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."