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Open Call – Video Submissions

Squeaky Wheel 617 Main Street, Buffalo

Come celebrate the holiday season this year by participating in GLITCHMAS, Squeaky Wheel's 2015 Holiday Party — a merry gathering with your friends at Squeaky, with performances, photo opportunities, plus a Glitch…


Workspace Residency – Winter Session

Squeaky Wheel 617 Main Street, Buffalo

Now accepting applications for the winter session of our Workspace Residency! Applications due October 9th!

Call for Submissions: Shape of a Pocket

Squeaky Wheel 617 Main Street, Buffalo

We are now accepting submissions for a juried, thematic exhibition and screening / performance, opening July 2017. We invite artists to engage with ideas relating to forms of resistance. Open to all 17 counties in Western New York.

Call for Submissions: 14th Animation Fest!

Squeaky Wheel 617 Main Street, Buffalo

Calling animators everywhere! Submit your work to the 14th edition of Squeaky Wheel's annual Animation Fest! Deadline June 30!


Calling all friends, students and collaborators of Tony Conrad to...BRING YOUR OWN TONY! Submit your work to be considered for a special screening of films and videos on May 11th in which the late artist appeared or participated.

Workspace Residency Information Session

Squeaky Wheel 617 Main Street, Buffalo

Are you a media artist looking for support for your projects? Come to Squeaky Wheel to find out how you can be part of our Workspace Residency Program!

Call for Submissions: BIFF Youth Mirco Blocks

BIFF: Youth Micro Blocks Showcase Deadline: August 20, 2020, 11:59 PM ET Notification Date: September 15, 2020 The Buffalo International Film Festival and Squeaky Wheel…

Call for Applications: Artist & Mentor in Residence

Squeaky Wheel is seeking applications for an Artist & Mentor in Residence. This call is open to artists working in 3D modeling software, working critically at the junction of art, technology, community, and collaborative pedagogy.