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One of the oldest continually operating arts organizations in the country, the Buffalo Society of Artists has been promoting and expanding the awareness of Western New York artists, art supporters, and local community partners. Building on that legacy, we embrace visual exploration as critical to the voice of our time.
Upcoming Events & Exhibitions
Take a look at what’s coming up on the BSA calendar, or explore our event archive.
North Shore Arts Alliance in Chautauqua County invites members and friends of the BSA to the Art Trail Hub Crawl.
Artwork by living past and current BSA presidents will be exhibited in the Rotunda Gallery of the Carnegie Art Center. In the East Gallery will be a selection by deceased BSA presidents from "Works from the Gerald Mead Collection".
Join the BSA
Learn more about the many benefits of the four levels of BSA membership:
is awarded to artists who have been accepted into the BSA through a jurying process.
is available to all anyone (artists and non-artists).
is available to college and graduate art students.
BSA Patron Membership
is for anyone who would like to support the BSA’s mission and goals.
About the BSA
Since 1891, the Buffalo Society of Artists has been embracing visual exploration as critical to the voice of our time. One of the oldest continually operating arts organizations in the country, the Buffalo Society of Artists started in 1891 to promote and expand the awareness of Western New York artists—the same mission we embrace today.
We hold at least three annual exhibitions, and we provide members with lectures, workshops and studio visits throughout the year.