Visitors from all over the world enjoy walking the Kenan Center campus to see the 1800's Victorian mansion and the beautifullly landscaped grounds that belonged to William R. Kenan, Jr., a businessman who not only worked professionally with industrialist Henry M. Flager, but was his brother-in-law. The Center is a premier facility in the Buffalo Niagara region, providing more than 50 programs to 43,000+ visitors each year. Visit our Campus page to learn more about the Kenan House, Taylor Theater, Education Building, Kenan Arena and Kenan Gardens. The Kenan Center House Gallery presents an average of nine exhibits, annually, featuring local and regional artists as well as art societies, retrospectives, and juried shows. The Center also hosts the annual 100 American Craftsmen show of contemporary craft art, one of the most respected crafts shows in the Northeast.