Presented by the Albright-Knox Art Gallery (the future Buffalo AKG), the Buffalo History Museum, the Lipsey Architecture Center Buffalo, and Preservation Buffalo Niagara.
The Buffalo AKG
The Buffalo AKG is one of the oldest museums dedicated to the art of our time, and the sixth oldest public art institution in the United States. It is an exceptional hub of artistic and creative energy that enriches and transforms people’s lives in our community, our nation, and the world.
Buffalo History Museum
The Buffalo History Museum has been Western New York’s premier historical organization since 1862. It is the keeper of the authentic stories that make our community unique. The museum’s collections, exhibits, and programs tell the stories of the people, events, and movements that demonstrate Western New York’s essential place in shaping American history.
Lipsey Architecture Center Buffalo
The Lipsey Architecture Center Buffalo (LACB) explores excellence in architecture and city planning as demonstrated by Buffalo’s outstanding architectural heritage. Located in the Richardson Olmsted Campus, LACB provides orientation, prompt inspiration, and serves as a gathering place to launch new ideas related to architecture, landscape, and design.
Preservation Buffalo Niagara
Preservation Buffalo Niagara is the region’s only full-service, professionally staffed preservation organization. They identify, protect, and promote our unique architecture and historic legacy, and connect people to the places they love in Western New York.