The cultural diversity within the Western New York region has produced a variety of artistic talents. Contemporary artworks from the Castellani Art Museum collection were chosen to showcase different sizes, colors, and mediums, visually reflecting the concept of diversity. This exhibition also features artists of different cultures, races, and ages, providing wide representation of the peoples here. Embrace the vibrant creativity of artists in this area by learning about them and their works. Visitors can see some artworks that have never been on display at CAM before!
Diverse Western New York is curated by Niagara University course AHM 252A: Introduction to Museum Studies, a hands-on course that builds understanding from museums’ history, societal roles, and key features.
Join us for the reception on December 5!
This exhibition was curated by Niagara University course AHA 252A: Introduction to Museum Studies, a hands-on course that builds understanding of museums' history, society roles, and key functions.
John Vassar House
Student Curators: Alexis Benedetti, Danica Markins, Ella Oh, Joshua Lacourse, Lauren Palaoro, Noraleigh Moffett, Tucker Sylvester, Violet Printup
Professor: Ellen M. Owens
Diverse Western New York is made possible in part through the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.