Sat 6/2 7-11PM | MUSIC | $5 | INVITE Queen City Music Lottery #5 Showcase at Adam Mickiewicz Library & Dramatic Circle, Inc. 612 Fillmore Ave, Buffalo, New York 14212

In a nutshell, the Queen City Music Lottery is a showcase of “new” Buffalo area bands formed entirely at random! IMPORTANT-Bands ARE NOT chosen based on participants musical “skill” or what instruments they might play. ALL BANDS ARE FORMED AT RANDOM. The point is to meet new people, play new instruments, and DO SOMETHING NEW AND FUN! Come witness the magic.


Mon 5/28 7-10PM | MUSIC | $10 | INVITE Yung Heazy (Dream pop Vancouver) LP release tour

All advance ticket purchases include a download of Yung Heazy’s LP “Whenever You’re Around I Hate Everything Less” May 30th before the release date.

On February 13th 2017 Jordan Heaney wrote and recorded, “Cuz You’re My Girl” for his girlfriend as a Valentine’s Day gift.

Not thinking much, it was uploaded to Soundcloud under the moniker Yung Heazy. The track went on to amass over four million streams in a few months with international interest following.

Drawing strong comparisons to acts like Mac Demarco, The Beatles and the current wave of lofi indie acts like Cuco, Clairo, Rex Orange County and Gus Dapperton. A prolific artist Heaney’s records, produces and plays all the instruments on his extremely catchy yet unconventionally structured songs.

Yung Heazy releases his highly anticipated debut LP “Whenever You’re Around I Hate Everything Less” June 1st 2018.


Chroma: Photographs by Emily Sniegowski
Opening: May 14, 6:00-9:00 pm | INVITE
On view: May 14- May 19, 2018
Gallery Hours: Fridays 5:30-7:30 PM, during events and by appointment.

Canvas (noun) def—a strong, coarse unbleached cloth made from hemp, flax, cotton, or a similar yarn, often used as a surface for painting. However, a canvas is not necessarily this traditional piece of fabric. Someone receiving a tattoo is often referred to as a human canvas. Numerous styles of tattoos are displayed permanently on someone’s skin much like a painting is rendered on traditional canvas. Unlike the blank slate of canvas, the human face is unique in its construction while also being expressive through personality. Changes in expression are captured on a regular basis through portrait photography, and showcase the dynamic nature of the face. On the other hand, paint on a canvas is static. It does not move, or change—it simply exists exactly as it is applied. So what happens when a static medium is applied to a dynamic surface? Chroma is a photographic exploration of this query.

Artist Bio: Emily Sniegowski is a photographer and graphic designer from Buffalo, NY. Graduating from Villa Maria College with a BFA in Photography in 2018, her work has been exhibited at local galleries such as CEPA Gallery and the Paul William Beltz Family Art Gallery.