Allentown Art Festival

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Allentown Art Festival
Allentown Art Festival is listed in the Arts Organizations & Centers category in Buffalo, New York. Displayed below are the social networks for Allentown Art Festival which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Allentown Art Festival on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 95.

Contact information for Allentown Art Festival is:
435 Delaware Ave
Buffalo, NY 14202
(716) 881-4269

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Allentown Art Festival has an overall ZapScore of 95. This means that Allentown Art Festival has a higher ZapScore than 95% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Buffalo, New York is 35 and in the category is 55. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Setting the facts straight on Allentown, artists, costs and the support of our community.... fb.me/3DWIqFhzR

Setting the facts straight on Allentown, artists, costs and the support of our community. http://buffalonews.com/2017/07/14/letter-money-raised-at-art-show-goes-back-to-community/


Carol Cureo is an art educator at Buffalo Schools P.S. 197 - Math Science Technology Preparatory School. She's... fb.me/8Ky2hwUtk

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Carol Cureo is an art educator at Buffalo Schools P.S. 197 - Math Science Technology Preparatory School. She's also one of the many art teachers who have received grants from AVS, to help them oversee cool art projects in their classrooms. Scholarships and grants are a major result of the work of AVS, with proceeds from the annual festival providing aid to many local art students and educators. "I would like to thank you for the grant my students received. I would like to explain our process. My students met after school over 20 meetings between January and June. They explored different types of jewelry techniques and learned the history of body adornment. The students started the creative part with Fimo clay, which they created multi layers and shapes. They took it home and baked it at 200 degrees for 20 minutes. We did burn a few but they quickly adapted." - Carol Cureo. *** Check out the comments to learn more about Carol and her students' learning and creative process. ***


It's commonly said that art is subjective. The creation of something can make everyone feel something different,... fb.me/3lCqciZBx

It's commonly said that art is subjective. The creation of something can make everyone feel something different, evoke a very personal response or opinion. Maybe you like it, it makes you happy, it brightens your day... Or maybe you hate it, you truly believe it stands for or represents something you are dead set against. Well, that's what it's supposed to do. It's supposed to make you feel something. Sometimes, it's supposed to make you think. But that's what's cool about it. Check out this unique temporary project getting some major feedback. http://mashable.com/2017/06/17/pink-houses-instagram-la/?utm_cid=mash-com-fb-socmed-link#xd9meCnhO5q0
Everyone wants that pink Instagram post.


Official Statement: In regard to the Thursday, June 15 Buffalo News article by Ellen Przepasniak, and the theory... fb.me/15WrS3fEY

Official Statement: In regard to the Thursday, June 15 Buffalo News article by Ellen Przepasniak, and the theory stated within the story by Dreamland's director, AVS would like to publicly state that the organization and their members are not responsible for their claim of a "recent complaint made to the city from a nearby arts festival." But while you are here on our FB page, please take a moment to get to know one of our street judges, Ian DeBeer. He's incredibly talented, but the justice system hasn't been kind to him. Check this article out to learn more. An amazing story and a talented artist from our own hometown. Thanks for being a part of this year's show with us, and helping to support scholarships for local artists pursuing higher education in the arts, grants for Buffalo Public Schools art educators for classroom supplies and projects, and local children's arts and cultural programming. https://massappeal.com/hotboy-hert/
Graffiti artist, Ian de Beer aka Hotboy Hert reflects on the time he spent in prison for graffiti charges. Read about it here.