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Buffalo City Photography Club

Hansen Arts Studio

The local band of photo enthusiasts will be meeting the third Tuesday of each month 6:30 pm at the Hansen Arts Studio (or on photo hunts weather permitting). Topics are focused primarily for DSLR camera users. Beginners and experts alike are both welcome. This workshop is free.

Woodcarving

Hansen Arts Studio

Wood carving with the local Woodchippers… Experienced carvers and curious beginners are all welcome to drop in a get carving. The more experienced members of the Woodchippers group will help get beginners started. The group meets every Thursday evening, except Holiday weeks. This is a free activity.

Open Mic Night

The Arts Center

Poets, writers, musicians, comedians, solos, duos, and any and all performers are welcome to share your talent with the community at our monthly open mic night.

Manhattan Short Film Fest

The Arts Center

Manhattan Short Film Festival Two showings:  September 30 & October 1, 2022 6:30 pm at The Arts Center Join when over 100,000 film lovers unite in over 400 cinemas across...

Pottery 101

Hansen Arts Studio

Some experience, no experience, just need practice… you need this class. Get some studio time in with Anna Brock.

Pasta Making

The Arts Center

Travis Wong, creator/owner of Basil, wants to continue 2000-year-old conversation with you. He teaches a timeless technique of the standard Italian egg dough that can be used for many different pasta shapes.

Writers Group

Hansen Arts Studio

Are you an aspiring writer? Do you have ideas for a story, but don’t know where to start? Do you have a written work you would like critiqued? Then this group is for you! All writers are welcome. Whether you’re interested in story-telling, writing essays, poetry, or other types of writing. Bring questions, suggestions, and ideas. Don’t forget your pen and paper!

Human Rights Fest

The Arts Center

The festival includes the work of sixty 2D, 3D, Filmamakers and live performance artists from around the world.  Each artist explores human rights, civil rights, or social justice issues through their respective mediums.