Just ask Antigone Kostas, a one-time disc jockey turned local psychiatrist, what she thinks: “I have always enjoyed music, photography, literature and history; and I have always lived in places with great art scenes. It was great to see what Buffalo had to offer once I moved here. I must say that it rates right up there with the best places that I have been a part of.”
It should be no surprise that getting involved in the Buffalo art scene is relatively easy. Antigone Kostas also told us: “There is an art show or an art event nearly every weekend. It is great how easy it is to become part of the environment. There are so many local artists that stay true to the city and hang around.”
Most residents couldn’t agree more. There seems to always be an invitation or a flyer hanging around the school campuses or in the local coffee shops and book stores. When you need to find out where the next hopping show will be at, just walk down the street to the coffee shop: the news spreads fast. Antigone Kostas continues her service to our community today through Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Buffalo in Buffalo, NY.
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