A big hello from our Education team at Squeaky Wheel!
As the days grow longer and temperatures rise, we’re excited to share some of the many new and exciting happenings over here in our neck of the woods. We’ve now released the schedule for the upcoming round of spring Media Arts Workshops, and we’re proud to announce our full lineup of summer Tech Arts for Youth courses. In other news, one of our Buffalo Youth Media Institute short films was selected and will be screened at this year’s National Film Festival for Talented Youth, we’ll be partnering with the Coalesce BioArt Lab on a one day workshop event, and a new member has joined our team.
Good times are ahead, and we thank you for your support! Stay tuned for further updates.
– The Education Team
The Spring 2017 season of Media Art Workshops (MAW) is here!
• Video Production • Video Editing/ Final Cut Pro X • Web Design • Design/ Illustrator
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The Summer 2017 season of Tech Arts for Youth is now available! This year we’ll be offering a variety of classes spanning many different forms of digital media, including:
Art & Circuits
And many more!
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We are very proud to announce that one of our Buffalo Youth Media Institute short films “This Needs to Change” was selected and will be screened at this year’s National Film Festival for Talented Youth! Out of over 1200 films, this was one of the 200 selected to be screened at the festival.
Squeaky Wheel is excited to announce a workshop by Coalesce BioArt Lab artists in residence Mary Tsang and Byron Reach.
In the Open Source Estrogen workshop, participants work in teams to construct a DIY solid phase extraction system, then perform detection using yeast-based biosensors for estrogenic compounds. Water samples will be collected from the following locales: the Buffalo water front, Scajaquada Creek, the Erie Canal and the Niagara River.