First Friday at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery
The Albright-Knox has been collecting and exhibiting art since 1862 and is the sixth oldest public art institution
in the US. Sitting at the edge of Frederick Law Olmsted’s Delaware Park, this neoclassical building houses an
extensive collection including works by Francis Bacon, Georgia O’Keefe, Picasso and many others. Admission is
free on the first Friday and doors open at 10am for special programming and tours. At 4:30, take a docent-led
tour of outdoor sculptures, followed by jazz and happy hour in the AK Café at 5:30, a gallery talk by Deputy
Director Joe Lin-Hill on the exhibition Robert Indiana: A Sculpture Retrospective at 6, tarot readings and more!