• Oct 11, 2022 - Apr 25, 2024
  • Castellani Art Museum of Niagara University

    7 Varsity Drive
    Niagara University, New York 14109
Ticket Price $5.00-$10.00 Register Now

Program Details
Currents is an intimate moderated discussion series featuring a special guest speaker that spotlights contemporary issues in art, cultural heritage, and the museum world. This program aligns with trends in the art world through presentations and discussions between guests and the presenter.

Cost: $10/Adult, $5/Child, Free for Members, EBT card holders, and NU Students, Faculty/ Staff
Registration Required
NU Students and Faculty/Staff use the discount code at checkout: NUCAMFAM
Spring Season

April 25 | Gender Identity in Indigenous Culture with Jocelyn J. Jones, Seneca Nation, Wolf Clan
Time: 6–7:30 p.m.
This program explores the concepts of gender identity within the context of Indigenous communities, with a particular focus on the cultural perspectives of the Haudenosaunee nations of this region. Led by Jocelyn J. Jones, an experienced Seneca language and culture instructor, this discussion will explore unique societal, cultural, and spiritual gender concepts through an indigenous cultural lens.
If the event is sold out, please email  to be added to the event waitlist.

Date & Time

Oct 11, 2022 - Apr 25, 2024

Venue Details

Castellani Art Museum of Niagara University

7 Varsity Drive
Niagara University, New York 14109 Castellani Art Museum of Niagara University
Castellani Art Museum of Niagara University

The Castellani Art Museum (CAM) at the center of the Niagara University campus is dedicated to the enjoyment and educational potential of artistic creativity. As a major resource for the visual arts in Niagara County, the CAM's permanent collection includes over 5,000 pieces of mainly modern and contemporary art, and hosts a unique Folk Arts Program supporting traditional artists and community-based cultural traditions in the Buffalo-Niagara region. 

In keeping with Niagara University's Vincentian mission, the museum recognizes and serves the diverse racial, ethnic, and religious communities of the Niagara region through the organization and presentation of exhibitions which honor and explore their artistic traditions and contemporary output. In addition to presenting diverse artistic expressions, the museum works in partnerships to explore and redefine the relationship between the museum and its constituencies.

As a university museum, the Castellani Art Museum serves the educational needs of the community,  by working with Niagara University faculty on integrative learning projects for college students and providing art education programs for area schools and cultural organizations. The museum staff works with educators to develop art-based learning programs that help to promote critical thinking.

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