Exhibitions & Events

Carnegie Art Festival: A Virtual Art Experience is on view online
July 1- August 1, 2020. 

Browse & Purchase Original Art Online

For one month, we will host the “Carnegie Art Festival: A Virtual Art Experience” on our website where visitors can browse artwork, crafts and other handmade items created by artists from the comfort of your own home.
In lieu of an in-person art festival, we hope you join us online to browse, support and celebrate the arts!
A portion of the proceeds from this online event will also support the Carnegie Art Center. Thank you for your support!

 

CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND VIEW THE FESTIVAL!

GirlCrush+ at the Carnegie Art Center

 Join us for an exciting evening of outdoor music as we welcome GirlCrush+ to the Carnegie Art Center on Thursday, August 13th, 6-8PM!

Tickets:
$7 for Members
$10 for Non-members
CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS

GirlCrush+ is an eclectic, acoustic ensemble performing original music as well as hit pop, rock, and soul music made famous by female writers and artists.

The band:
Cortney Chyme (vocals)
Alex McArthur (vocals, piano)
Sara Rogers (vocals, guitar)

The Carnegie Art Center will also offering an array of small plates, flatbread pizzas and wine from Webster’s Kitchen to enjoy at the show.

ALL food & wine MUST be pre-ordered with your tickets!
CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS, FOOD AND WINE 

This event will take place outside on our lawn, weather permitting.
PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN CHAIR.
A rain date will be announced if needed.

Social distancing guidelines will be in place. Please wear a mask when you cannot social distance or if you need to enter the building.

Wine, Dine & Donate at Webster’s Kitchen to Support the Carnegie Art Center

Saturday, August 15, 5-10PM 

Join us for an evening of wining and dining at Webster’s Kitchen on Saturday, August 15, 2020.

15% of sales made from this night of dining will be donated to the Carnegie Art Center!

Enjoy an array of small plates and cocktails from Webster’s Kitchen for a good cause! Dining will take place inside and outside in conjunction with NYS recommended social distancing mandates.

Proceeds will support the Carnegie Art Center, a non-profit organization that provides arts programming for the North Tonawanda region and beyond. Originally built as the library for the city of North Tonawanda, the Center has provided high quality arts programming since 1976.

The Center has re-opened since the Phase 4 announcement and they’ve started to host concerts, exhibitions and classes again.

Learn more about the Carnegie Art Center and their current list of offerings on their website: www.carnegieartcenter.org

No reservations will be accepted- this will be first come, first served.