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Albright-Knox launches new interactive tours and timelines

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Last week, the Albright-Knox Art Gallery announced the launch of four new interactive projects designed to bring its work to a wider audience.

The gallery, which has been working diligently to expand its digital presence in recent years and seems poised to continue doing so under director Janne Sirén, has built two extensive timelines on its 150-year history and its 11 directors using the online tool Tiki-Toki. The gallery also put together two walking tours of its collection of outdoor sculpture and the architecture of downtown Buffalo from 1816 to 1940, based on a 1940 gallery exhibition on the evolving downtown streetscape.

--Colin Dabkowski

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