A Space for
the Kreative Class

Come together at this unique event space

Welcome To Our Haus
Located in Buffalo, NY, The K Haus is a community, design, and art-focused event space.
Our Space
K Haus shares its space with the nationally recognized art gallery, K Art. Our outdoor terrace is the perfect place to enjoy a cocktail event, and if you’re looking to host something more corporate, we’ve got you covered. Our fully equipped conference room will take care of you.
Our Location
The K Haus event space is located in Buffalo, NY, a stone’s throw to the city’s central theatre district.

The First of its Kind

K Art is a Native American-owned gallery showcasing national-level contemporary Native artists.  Historically, museums are the primary platform for Native artists, and the number of shows dedicated to contemporary Native American and Indigenous art is small. The number of artists featured in these shows is even smaller.

K Art will promote these artists whose stories have not previously been told in a way they deserve to be. K Art will be a pioneer in the art community to enable important discussions on Native American underrepresentation, marginalization, stereotypes, history, and contemporary culture.

Enjoy Your Event at The K Haus

As Buffalo’s unique event space, the K Haus curates experiences bringing big city sights right to our local community.

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For your safety and those around you, to enter our facility, you need to be fully vaccinated.

All members and guests age 12 and older are required to provide proof of complete vaccination. People are considered fully vaccinated: 2 weeks after their second dose in a 2-dose series, such as the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, or 2 weeks after a single-dose vaccine, such as Johnson & Johnson's vaccine.

Proof of Vaccination includes:

• Physical Vaccination Card

• New York State Excelsior Pass​

• CLEAR Digital Vaccine Card

• Canadian Vaccination Receipt

• Digital Vaccine Verification issued by states outside of NYS

Photos of vaccine cards will not be accepted.

Children under the age of 5 are required to wear masks.