The mission of the UB Anderson Gallery, the University at Buffalo's museum and home to its Arts Management Program, is education, research and maintenance of the University's permanent collection. It provides an adventuresome and accessible environment, therefore offering a rich cultural resource to the campus, scholars, regional communities and the public. The museum fulfills its educational mission by presenting exhibitions and programs in support of the curriculum, and by providing study and research opportunities. The Gallery is dedicated to collaboration between the university, cultural institutions and the community in order to enrich our educational programs.
Who We Are:
The UB Anderson Gallery building, along with over 1,200 works of art, was donated to the University in 2000 by collector and gallery owner David K. Anderson, son of legendary New York gallerist Martha Jackson. As home to the University at Buffalo's permanent art collection, the UB Anderson Gallery is a museum that manages and exhibits the school's visual resources and serves as a venue for scholarly exhibitions. The UB Anderson Gallery provides students with hands-on experiences in museum studies and arts administration while offering faculty and graduate students curatorial opportunities.
Situated between the university and the larger Buffalo community, the UB Anderson Gallery has become a cultural crossroads and an important part of the Western New York arts scene. Located in University Heights, it plays a vital role in the community by offering innovative educational programs and working collaboratively with other local institutions to highlight collections and present scholarly exhibitions focused primarily on the post-war period.
Future plans for the gallery include the creation of a prints and drawing study room and the development of the Martha Jackson Gallery Archives and Research Center.
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