Weeks & Center Galleries

Weeks Gallery

The Weeks Gallery is located on the Jamestown Campus, on the second floor of the Sheldon Building next to the Scharmann Theatre.

The gallery office is open Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Exhibitions are open to visitors Monday-Friday 11 a.m.-4 p.m. and Saturdays 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Faculty may bring students to the gallery at any time and should contact the Weeks Gallery to coordinate a visit.

Contact Patricia Briggs for tour information at 716.338.1301.

For more information, visit the Weeks Gallery online and on Facebook. All events are free and open to the public.

Exhibition | Reflections on Identity

Reflections postcard for spring 2019 exhibition in weeks gallery featuring four images of people

February 7-March 27, 2019

“Reflection on Identity” features work by Tau Battice, Aitina Fareed-Cooke, Antonio Pulgarin, and Nichole Washington, award-winning photographers of diverse backgrounds whose work in portraiture, documentary, and collage techniques pose questions about identity. The gallery will host Aitina Fareed-Cooke (Feb. 4-8) and Tau Battice (Feb. 20-23) as resident artists.


  • February 6, noon-1 p.m. | “Power of Words” hip hop & poetry: Ignite Buffalo award winner Aitina Fareed-Cooke/A.I. Musik combines original poetry and hip hop to illustrate stories of endurance through hardship. Scharmann Theatre.
  • February 7, 6-8 p.m. |  Artist’s Talk & Reception: Buffalo-based artist Aitina Fareed-Cooke will present a talk in the gallery during the reception. Refreshments and hors d'oeuvres.
  • February 20, noon - 1 p.m. | Gallery Tour: New York City-based artist Tau Battice will discuss his portrait photography in the gallery. Battice will be taking photographs of students on campus for a Jamestown Portrait series Feb. 20-23.
  • March 23, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. | Portraits: The Weeks Gallery will become a photography studio and anyone walking in the door will have their photo taken and receive two free printed portraits. For more information, contact Patricia Briggs or Mark Kirsch (716.499.6022 or mark.kirsch@icloud.com).
  • All events are free. Funded by the FSA and the JCC Foundation.

Upcoming Exhibition | JCC Student Art and Design Exhibition

April 25-May 16, 2019

Students can submit up to five pieces online by April 18. For more information, contact Patricia Briggs.


  • April 25, 6-8 p.m. | Award Ceremony and Reception
  • May 1, noon-1 p.m. | "What Makes it Good?": Informal discussion with art department faculty and students.

Center Gallery

The Center Gallery is located on the Cattaraugus County Campus, on the second floor of the College Center. Exhibition gallery hours are Monday-Thursday 8 a.m.-7 p.m. and Friday 8 a.m.-3-p.m.

For more information, contact the Tri-County Arts Council at 716.372.7455 or Patricia Briggs at 716.338.1301.

Exhibition | Dale Inglett: Other Skies

painting by Dale Inglett of abstrat blue and black blocks

February 1-March 22, 2019

Dale Inglett, Associate Professor of Art in The School of Art and Design at Alfred University in Alfred, earned an MFA from The Lamar Dodd School of Art at The University of Georgia. His works in painting, drawing and video have been exhibited at venues including The Memorial Art Gallery in Rochester, NY and The Georgia Museum of Art and his drawings were published in Manifest Gallery's International Drawing Annual 8. He has attended artist residencies at Vermont Studio Center and Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris. He is the recipient of an Electronic Media Finishing Funds Grant from NYSCA and Arts Council of the Southern Finger Lakes, as well as a Strategic Opportunity Stipend from NYFA.


  • February 1, 6-8 pm | Catered Opening Reception
Artist Statement

I make images that suggest tectonic and atmospheric events, turbulence, eruptions and upheavals: parallels to events we are surprised to witness in our physical world. In reaction to fleetingness and uncertainty, we seek constants, definition and control. With a similar impulse, I use simple depictive techniques (linear and planar geometry; measuring and marking; tracing; laser-cutting) to examine dissolutions and distortions of form in my work. This is a layered process that at first embraces fluidity, chance and responsivity; and then shifts to an analytic, editorial mode. In this way I seek to make images that are only just resolved, and that retain tensions between these disparate layers and elements. 

I’m deeply interested in pushing a material toward its limits, toward revealing its unanticipated and unique qualities. I remain compelled by painting and drawing because they exist at an intersection between intellectual pursuit and physical endeavor. It isn’t just a matter of planning and executing, but a process of recognizing and allowing for the strengths and faults of an imprecise set of materials and movements.

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Contact Galleries

Weeks Gallery
Jamestown Campus


Center Gallery
Cattaraugus County Campus