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“The Continuous Journey” by MFA Joseph Frank at Squeaky Wheel Tonight

May 19, 2017  by: Natalie Fleming

Opening Friday, May 19, 2017 Squeaky Wheel 6–9pm On View through June 2, 2017 Free and open to the general public This exhibition features an extensive series of paintings by MFA student Joseph Frank. The series tells the story of a person who struggles to make sense of the world around him, as he interacts Read More


UB Department of Art Alum Stella Marrs is Squeaky Wheel Workspace Resident & Co-Creator of Viral “Pussy Grabs Back” Meme

October 21, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

UB Department of Art Alum Stella Marrs, co-creator of the Viral “Pussy Grabs Back” Meme and current Squeaky Wheel Workspace Resident, will transform the Squeaky microcinema into a late-night disco party tonight! DISCO DEPLOYMENT UNIT: The Sound of Female Desire Friday, October 21st, 2016 10pm – 12pm @ Squeaky Wheel (Enter through office door at 617 Read More


Join Us for the 2015 Department of Art Speaker Series

September 2, 2015  by: Natalie Fleming

Mondays 6:30 – 8:30pm Center for the Arts 112 VS200 LEC Lectures are free and open to the public For more information: 2015  Speaker Series Schedule & Speaker Information Previous Speaker Series Visiting Artists List Video Archive of Previous Lectures


Handle With Care – An MFA Thesis Exhibition by Liz Bayan Opens Friday at Squeaky Wheel

April 1, 2015  by: Natalie Fleming

Please join MFA student Liz Bayan for the opening of her thesis exhibition, Handle With Care, on Friday April 3rd at Squeaky Wheel Film + Media Arts Center from 6-8 pm. This exhibition calls into question the intricacies between communication and the relationships that are embedded within the usage of technological devices, and the objectifying gaze that Read More


Distant Light: An Exhibition by MFA Student Sangjun Yoo Opens Friday, Feb 6

February 5, 2015  by: Natalie Fleming

Please join MFA student Sangjun Yoo at Squeaky Wheel Film & Media Arts Center on Friday, February 6th from 6-8pm for the opening of his new solo exhibition, Distant Light.  The artist will also give a talk at 7:30pm about his practice.  The exhibition will be on view until March 21st.


Reynold Reynolds Tomorrow Night (11/20) at Squeaky Wheel, 7-9pm

November 19, 2014  by: Natalie Fleming

The Department of Art, Department of Media Study and Squeaky Wheel are co-sponsoring an artist talk and screening with Berlin based artist and filmmaker Reynold Reynolds this Thursday Nov 20th at Squeeky Wheel from 7-9pm. Reynold Reynolds was born in 1966 in Central Alaska. He received a BA in Physics from the University of Colorado Read More


Tomorrow Night – Squeaky Wheel's HEAR + KNOW
 Featuring Six MFA Students

September 25, 2014  by: Natalie Fleming

HEAR + KNOW Friday, September 26th at 7:00 p.m.
 Squeaky Wheel, 712 Main St., Buffalo, NY Hear + Know is a reprise of the now-annual meeting of the minds sponsored by Squeaky Wheel and the UB’s Department of Art and Department of Media Study, in collaboration with Emerging Practices and Buffalo Emerging Art Practice. Join us for a Pecha Read More


Here + Now Media Artist Showcase at Squeaky Wheel Tomorrow Night, Feb 28th

February 27, 2014  by: Natalie Fleming

Join us at Squeaky Wheel on February 28th at 7pm for an evening of presentations by six media artists working in Western New York. Here + Now features seven-minute art presentations by Department of Art MFA students Avye Alexandres, Mark Snyder, and Stacey Robinson, as well as Laura Curry, Sergio Nieto, and Paul Lloyd Sargent. Read More


Emerging Practices Research Forum, Spring 2013

January 28, 2013  by: Admin

EP Research Forum

You are invited to join the Emerging Practices [EP] research forum this spring for a series of conversations (beginning Friday, February 1, 2013) featuring visiting theorists, curators, and practitioners working across domains and methodologies, each concerned with the role of technology in socio-cultural production. Each speaker will present their work in a short lecture, to be Read More