Squeaky Wheel hosts gallery exhibitions, screenings, and other special events year-round, with visiting artists, special workshops, off-site events, and much more.

Exhibitions are free for the general public. Our regular events admission is $7 for the general public and $5 for members of Squeaky Wheel unless otherwise noted.

Regular events are free for ArtsAccess Pass Holders. ArtsAccess can also provide free transportation if requested at least two weeks ahead of time. Squeaky Wheel is now an official ArtsAccess sign up location. Find out how to be a part of the ArtsAccess program here.

You can find accessibility information about our venue here. See individual event pages for event-specific accessibility, including ASL interpretation, virtual and hybrid events, and more.

Views Navigation

Event Views Navigation


[Speaking in Foreign Language]

Squeaky Wheel 2495 Main Street, Suite 310, Buffalo, NY, United States

brings together several of Squeaky Wheel’s Fall/Winter 2023 activities- screenings, presentations, and a solo exhibition-within a curatorial framework on how voice and language function across borders and power.

Jordan Lord | The Voice of Democracy

Squeaky Wheel 2495 Main Street, Suite 310, Buffalo, NY, United States

Jordan Lord's The Voice of Democracy solo exhibition analyzes the politics of voice and accent across disability, race, class, and gender, and how that shapes the terms of entry to democracy. 

Work-in-progress: Avye Alexandres’ Compass

Squeaky Wheel 2495 Main Street, Suite 310, Buffalo, NY, United States

Squeaky Wheel presents an evening with Avye Alexandres, as she presents a work-in-progress version of her upcoming project Compass.

Trinh T. Minh-ha’s Surname Viet Given Name Nam

Journey's End Refugee Services 2495 Main Street, Suite #530, Buffalo, NY, United States

Trinh T. Minh-ha’s profoundly personal documentary explores the role of Vietnamese women historically and in contemporary society.

Sharlene Bamboat’s If From Every Tongue It Drips

Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center 341 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, NY, United States

Sharlene Bamboat's If From Every Tongue it Drips follows a queer Urdu poet as she traces the connections between quantum physics and political movements in South Asia.

Since 2017, Squeaky Wheel has been certified from Working Artists for the Greater Economy (W.A.G.E.), committing to paying all our artists fair wages.

Banner image: SHAWNÉ MICHAELAIN HOLLOWAY, dog-whistle-unity-still_1unfinished-rose-obj+1petal-(slow)spawn.png, unity still, 2019