Award-Winning Media Education in the Heart of Buffalo

Squeaky Wheel’s flagship workshop series.  Enjoy hands-on projects and intimate class-sizes as you learn about a variety of different disciplines, including anything from video production to website construction to print design.

See below for the current schedule.

Registration must occur at least three days prior to the start date of workshop. Cancelations must take place 48hrs before to receive a refund. No walk-ins accepted.

While our website is under construction, please register via phone (716) 884-7172 or contact



Web Design

May 9th – 18th (Tues & Thurs 6-8pm)


Building your website doesn’t have to require a degree in computer science. This WordPress-based workshop will give you the

tools to construct your online presence without any hardcore coding. Great for small businesses, artists, and entrepreneurs!

Design/ Illustrator

May 23rd – June 1st (Tues & Thurs 6-8pm)


Need to design a logo, icon, or complex image for use in web, print, or video? In this workshop you will learn the fundamentals

of Adobe Illustrator, the industry standard vector graphics tool used for these applications and many more.

Video Production

July 18th – 27th (Tues & Thurs 6-8pm)


Gain the skills you’ll need to light, shoot, and record your own films, documentaries, interviews, and advertisements.

Get hands-on experience with professional equipment and software in an intimate, small-class setting.

Interactive Storytelling in Unity

August 1st – 10th (Tues & Thurs 6-8pm)


Ever wanted to design your own world? In this workshop, students will be introduced to the basics of Unity game engine, then

develop strategies for interactive storytelling through the design of 3D environment, sound, and interaction with virtual objects.

Video Editing/ Final Cut Pro X

August 15th – 24th (Tues & Thurs 6-8pm)


Learn the craft of manipulating narrative and meaning with the art of editing. In this workshop you’ll learn how to take raw

footage and assemble it into a narrative, whether for short films, documentaries, interviews, promotional videos, or experimental films.