Saturday, April 7, 2pm
Artist Talk w/ Kyla Kegler
Please join us in the Main Lobby Gallery at 500 Seneca (at the Spring & Seneca main entrance) for an afternoon with current exhibiting artist, Kyla Kegler. She'll discuss her current work on view, Chroma (color) Soma (body), a series of paintings that explores the sensual organization of color and form that is part of her University at Buffalo thesis exhibition. This event is free and open to the public. Free parking is available in any of the neighboring lots or on the street. For those that can’t make this event, this exhibit will be on view through April 27, 2018, with the gallery open to the public, Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. For more information about this event, please visit the Facebook event page.
Saturday, April 7, 7-9 pm
Wooden Cities presents The Price of...
Wooden Cities is pleased to present The Price of…, a program centered around revolutionary works tied to Buffalo, NY, with an all-star line-up. The program features works which critique the structures and dependencies of modern industry and capital, as well as their costs in resources, labor, and lives. This performance will be taking place in the Boiler Room, which can be accessed by entering 500 Seneca through the gate off of Myrtle near Hamburg St. Parking is available in any of the lots surrounding the building, and on the street. For more information about this event, please visit the Facebook event page.
Location: The Boiler Room @ 500 Seneca
Program begins: 7:30pm
Tickets Available: $10-20 sliding scale
Frederic Rzewski – The Price of Oil (1980)
Julius Eastman – Stay on It (1973)
Brendan Fitzgerald – Director/percussion
Ethan Hayden – Associate Director/voice/trombone
Evan Courtin – violin
Katie Weissman – cello
Nick Emmanuel – keyboards
Featuring guest members:
Rebecca Marin – voice
Nelson Rivera – saxophones
Tim Clarke – trumpet
Dylan Gechoff – trombone
Ian Kerr-Mace – euphonium
Kelsey Simons – French horn
Bob Fullex – percussion
Steve Lattimore – percussion
John Smigielski – percussion
Sunday, April 8, 1-6 pm
Eco-Performance Lab is a creative workshop for a mixed group of artists and non-artists to confront ecological crises through theater. Beginning with a presentation of research and culminating in short
performances made by participants, The Lab is an introduction to Superhero Clubhouse’s approach to theater-making, offering tools to explore questions about who we are and how we move forward in our new, turbulent reality. This exciting workshop is lead by Jeremy Pickard (superheroclubhouse.org) and Zelda Soussan.
This event is happening in the Boiler Room at 500 Seneca that can be found by entering the building off of Myrtle near Hamburg, through the black gate, following the path to the garage doors. Free parking is available in any of the neighboring lots.
This event is free and open to the public and made available by the Techne Institute at UB and in partnership with UB Sustainability. For for more information about this event, please visit the Facebook event page.