CEPA is pleased to introduce Emma Dailey as its new Archives Associate. In her new role, Dailey will be spearheading the effort to digitize CEPA’s vast collection of historic photographs and making them accessible to the public.
CEPA is honored to have received a special business citation from NYSATA (New York State Art Teachers Association)
CEPA is pleased to announce that we have received $7,500 from the Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation for Autism.
Since its inception, The Center for Exploratory & Perceptual Arts, has made a point to gather and exhibit the photographic memory of Erie County. Through various projects such as “Buffalo’s Photographic Past” initiated in 1979, or “Portraits of Buffalo” in 1977, CEPA has gathered, and preserved historical images taken in the area through a public collaboration and deep dive in local attics and basements.
CEPA was thrilled to welcome 40 students from The Urban Leadership Learning Community (ULLC), a program at Canisius College that enables the best and brightest students from Greater Buffalo to enroll in a unique educational opportunity.
With generous support from M&T Bank, CEPA Gallery presents its Everything Buffalo Fundraising Raffle celebrating our new collaboration with The Greg D. Tranter Collection of Buffalo Bills Memorabilia at The Buffalo History Museum: The Archive Project.
You can set up your Amazon purchases to mean a little something more. AmazonSmile is a program that auto finds donations from items you buy on Amazon to be given to your favorite charity…and CEPA Gallery is one of them! Awesome, right? The donations come from Amazon, so don’t worry you are not spending more money. It’s easy and only takes a few minutes to apply. We'll walk you through it, because every little bit really makes a huge difference.
The Development Coordinator is responsible for planning and successfully implementing a comprehensive development program that includes grant writing and reporting, annual giving, major gifts, and program sponsorship to support CEPA’s ongoing growth.