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One of Resource:Art's missions is to use the exhibition and sale of fine art to support non-profit organizations which are positively impacting our community.  

Women's Wave

Paintings by Dorothy Fitzgerald

A special short run Pop Up exhibition to celebrate The Women's March in Buffalo, NY. Dorothy Fitzgerald discounted her work and a portion of all sales were donated to the Western New York Peace Center.

GOING RO[GU]E Exhibition

A Pop Up Exhibition to Support Planned Parenthood of Central and Western New York

A percentage of all works sold were donated to Planned Parenthood of Central and Western New York.

Max Collins Mural Project

Two locations in Buffalo, NY

Using images sourced from the photographs of renowned social documentarian, Milton Rogovin, Max Collins created two wheat pasted murals installed in the city of Buffalo. One mural is on the building facade of the makerspace The Foundry, the other on a large wooden fence which houses a community-centric lot run by PUSH Buffalo.

Community: The Photography of Milton Rogovin

Buffalo Center for Arts and Technology

"Community," an exhibition organized by R:A, celebrates the photography of Milton Rogovin  (1909-2011) here in Western New York. Rogovin is internationally respected as one of America’s finest social documentary photographers. His work is often compared to the twentieth-century photography of Lewis Hine and Jacob Riis. Rogovin traveled the world documenting the everyday lives of people he referred to as, “The Forgotten Ones”: working class residents of Buffalo, Chileans (a collaboration with poet Pablo Neruda), miners, steelworkers, citizens of Appalachia, Native Americans, and members of Buffalo’s Yemeni population, among others. 

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