Since 1891, the Buffalo Society of Artists has been building on a legacy—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 exhibitions a year, including:
- A Catalogue Exhibition
- An Open Members’ Exhibition
- An alternative exhibition
We also provide members with lectures, workshops and studio visits throughout the year.
Our Officers & Board
Meet the people entrusted with our organization for the current season.
A Brief History
Check out a timeline of how BSA began in 1891—and how it has evolved through the years.
Our Constitution & By-laws
Read the complete constitution and by-laws of the Buffalo Society of Artists.
Our DEIA Policy
The Buffalo Society of Artists is committed to the principle of equal opportunity, and does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, color, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, religion and religious creed, disability, or any other factors.