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Gay Buffalo

The first large-scale museum exhibition in North America
Joe Bradley

Ongoing through October 1, 2017. Powerful abstract paintings and instinctive drawings. A mid-career survey illustrates how Bradley pivots between abstraction and figuration, the earnest and the comic with minimal fuss. Contextualizing a diverse body of work of the past decade, capturing his ever-changing approach to artmaking, his unique take on abstraction and his evolutions of style.
A Film by William Jungels & Christine Eber
Maya Faces in a Smoking Mirror

September 12, 2017, 7:30pm. Shot in Chiapas over the past five years, Maya Faces in a Smoking Mirror is a feature-length documentary about Maya cultural and community identity confronting contemporary development, exploitation, and commodification; the lives and choices of a spectrum of young Maya women and men, primarily but not exclusively from Highland Chiapas.
The 10th Annual
Buffalo International Film Festival

October 7-10, 2017. Screenings at: The North Park Theater, 1428 Hertel Ave; Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center, 341 Delaware Ave; and Squeaky Wheel Film and Media Art Center, 617 Main St. More than 100 films, panels and special events from 20 countries; 2 World Premieres, 5 U.S. Premieres, and 30 Western New York Premieres!
LGBT celebration for Western New York
Buffalo Pride 2018

Late May - early June, 2018. Typical annual events include: BGMC Big Gay Sing; 5K Run; Chroma art exhibition; SAT Allen Street Festival + Dyke March; SUN Pride Parade + Pride Festival Canalside with food, live performances, beverage tent, and exhibitors; also events around town at the bars. Organized by Pride Center of West NY.
SDP Celebrates their 41st Summer Season
Shakespeare in Delaware Park

Summer months Mid-June through mid-August, 2018. Performances of Shakespeare's plays, Tuesday - Sunday at 7:30pm on Shakespeare Hill in Delaware Park (next to Hoyt Lake behind Rose Garden), off Lincoln Pkwy near the Albright-Knox Art Gallery. Past year featured The Merry Wives of Winsor and Macbeth. Bring lawn chairs and/or blankets, food, soda, water, wine, beer...