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New Exhibit - Surviving and Thriving: AIDS, Politics and Culture

The Health Sciences Library is very excited to be hosting Surviving and Thriving: AIDS, Politics, and Culture, a traveling exhibit from the National Library of Medicine.  147 more words


Start Your Engines!

The Buffalo History Museum 2nd Annual Antique & Classic Car Show is nigh!

The rain or shine festivities will showcase prized autos that are true works of gleaming history, art and industry on wheels. 227 more words


Small Vision Big Voice 2014 Showing

Stop by our new location at 1307 Bannock before September 3rd to see the Studio Art Quilt Associates, Inc (SAQA) 2014 Galley showing. SAQA was founded in 1989 to serve artists working in the art quilt medium, as well as teachers, collectors, gallery owners, museum curators and corporate sponsors who recognize the importance of the Art Quilt. 252 more words

Fiber Arts

Greetings Military History Enthusiasts!

Last fall, to commemorate the bicentennial of the War of 1812, the Museum  premiered “By Fire & Sword: War in the Niagara Theatre.”   This exhibit focuses on the Niagara Frontier’s role in one of our nation’s most  formative military engagements. 149 more words

Museum Staff

Funbrick (Fun大吧!積木村): Plastic Neighborhood

Huashan 1914 Creative Park in Taipei often has quirky, pop culture art exhibits that are immensely creative.  Most exhibits just have you solemnly progress through the room, trying to absorb whatever you’re looking at.  419 more words


Michael Wilcox Eye Candy

Michael Wilcox is a Canadian binder. He was born in Bristol, England in 1939. Michael began his training in 1955 as a forwarder at Edward Everard in Bristol. 351 more words


Vardis Fisher--Idaho's Local Maverick Author

Vardis  Fisher was born to an LDS family near Rigby Idaho. After graduating from the University of Utah in 1920, Fisher earned a Master of Arts degree (1922) and a Ph.D. 326 more words

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