EC200 Archive Exhibit and Celebration

CEPA Gallery invites you to the EC200 Archive Exhibit and Celebration open now through April 30th at 617 Main Street. The “Unearthing Erie County: Faces & Places from the CEPA Archives” exhibit showcases a selection of photographs featuring the rich history of Erie County, its faces, and its places. “A City and its School” is an exhibition of the urban landscapes of Buffalo and University at Buffalo’s School of Architecture & Planning and CEPA Gallery work in the landscapes over the past 50 years.

“See It Through Buffalo” is a 15 minute documentary short and cinematic tribute to the varied urban landscapes of Buffalo, where faculty and students work hand-in-hand with the community to address issues such as energy-efficient design, economic development, food systems planning, and refugee resettlement.

“Buffalo Constructing Buffalo: From Olmsted to Van Valkenburgh,” is a visual narrative interpreting the civic planning process engaging more than 2,000 citizen voices in the planning of the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr., Centennial Park emerging on Buffalo’s Lake Erie waterfront, the foundation of city plans that informed it, and the best practices research that inspired it. Admission is free and open-to-the-public and gallery hours are Wednesday, Friday, Saturday from 12pm to 4pm and Thursday from 4pm to 7pm. For more information, click here.