Carnegie Art Center offers art exhibitions, classes in a wide range of creative disciplines and advocates for artists and art organizations. The former North Tonawanda Public Library, built in 1904 with funds from philanthropist Andrew Carnegie, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Open year-round.

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Makers Market at the Carnegie Art Center

The Carnegie Art Center presents a monthly Makers Market that will take place outside on the lawn featuring vendors selling handcrafted, vintage items as well as food and beverages. Masks are…

MY Colours OUR TRUTH Exhibition

The exhibition will showcase artwork by the WNY-Urban Arts Collective and serves as visual representations of each artist’s own lived experience. An opening reception for the exhibition will…

  • 240 Goundry Street
  • North Tonawanda, NY  14120
  • Phone: (716) 694-4400
  • Fax: (716) 995-0180

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