11.11.17


Sat 11/11 10AM-6PM | FLEA MARKET | FREE | INVITE Come down to Sugar City on November 11th and visit a huge flea market full of odds and ends, art, music, clothes, toys, crafts, jewelry, magic cards, used chewing gum, old greasy combs, car parts, human bones, pretty much anything you can imagine! All for SALE! Peterwalkee Records/Matto-records/miscellaneous toys books, art, housewares etc / Chelsea Montrois/Power Chord Tees-Tons of official band/movie/tv T-SHIRTS! / Designs by Sway-Bone Art, Paintings, Photography, Jewelry, Wood Burned Items, Hair accessories. All handmade / Thrifty Business 716 & Thrift Storm-Vintage/Retro/used clothes / Andy Czuba-Records, t-shirts, miscellaneous toys books, art, housewares etc / Gabby Smith- Snacks/Baked goods / Robert Walters- Records/toys/comics/miscellaneous books, art, housewares etc / DAVE G-Records!!!!!! / Kid Sister Vintage (Lisa Brown)-Vintage Housewares & Wearable items / TransLight Mutations- Wire wrap jewelry, posters, body sprays& oils, faerie offerings / Silverravensoap & Apothecary- Soap, Bath Bombs, Room sprays, Elixirs and bitters / Megan Carroll- DIY SUPPLIES GALORE -Yyarn, weaving supplies, jewelry making, and more), RECORDS, Books, etc / Emily Churco-art, art supplies, books, old cameras, etc / Eric Ellman-musical instruments/ equipment, records, clothes, books, etc. / Bill Nehill-Vinyl and CDs

11.10.17


Fri 11/10 10PM-4AM | DANCE | $5 | INVITE | Milkie’s 522 Elmwood Ave | 21+ 🙁

It has come to our attention that you’ve been feeling an ache in your toes, a want so great you don’t know what to do, you’ve been wishing and hoping and thinking and praying that we’d come back. Bold soul brothers and sweet soul sisters, Sugar City’s SOUL NIGHT is back! The party starts at 10 pm when the Sugar City Soul Night crew of DJ Handsome Dan, DJ Press, DJ Pat K, and Pumpkin Spice DJ get you on your good foot and play the good tunes all night long.

Sugar City is almost to year 4 at our second location at 1239 Niagara St Buffalo, NY. Your donation will help us to keep on keeping on offering Buffalo a legal all-ages community art space.

11.7.17


Tues 11/7 7:30-8:30PM | MEETING | INVITE Sugar City’s Open Meeting! Program, Volunteer, Collaborate! Would you just like to volunteer? Or maybe you are just curious about how we manage this an endeavor? Are you a current volunteer that wants to dive deeper into programming? Well come out to our open monthly meeting!

In January Sugar City is about to enter year 4 of our 5 year lease at 1239 Niagara ST. WOOOWWEEEEEEEEE!!! Since Sugar City is all volunteer run we are always in need of help for events and are open to the community’s input for our programming.

11.4.17


Sat 11/4 11AM-5PM | ZINE FAIR | FREE | INVITE Sugar City & Gutter Pop Comics are proud to present another BUFFALO ZINE FAIR. This event celebrates self-publishing and hand-made D.I.Y culture. PRINTED MEDIA IS NOT DEAD. Let us rebel against library closings, newspaper downsizings, and e-readers by celebrating good old-fashioned physical handmade print media!

The fall zine fair will feature the following creators!

All Things Ordinary
Amy Lynn Duengfelder
Autonomous Foxfire
Bad Drone Media
Bonvibre Poetry
CWP Collective Press
Carolyn Perillo
Catherine Bachraty
Changreu
Charles Shearer
Charlie Best
DIY BFLO
Elizabeth Schiavoni
Emma Percy
Friction
Great Moments in Western Civ Comics
Imni.XIII
Jason Wilder
Jonathan Rotsztain
Kale Johnson
Katharyn Ketter-Franklin
Low Frequency
Lucky Banana
MENDOZALINE
Mixed Messages Zine
Near Death Flying Turtle
POPPress//Rezin
Peach Mag
Sage Enderton
Small Po[r]tions
Stacy Wead
TRANSVERSALS
trinity marie
The Panoptic Press
Waxmice

What is a zine? “A zine (pronounced “zeen,” like “magazine”) is a self-published, small circulation, non-commercial booklet or magazine, usually produced by one person or a few individuals. Zines come in all shapes, sizes, topics, and formats. Most zines are photocopied, but they can also be printed offset, like a magazine or newspaper. Zines range from handwritten and sloppy to cut-and-paste (text pasted on top of background images) to artsy with handmade touches to produced on a computer with a professional looking layout. Zines may incorporate screenprinting, linoleum cuts, and hand-stitched bindings. Most zines have print runs of a couple dozen to a few hundred copies.

In a zine, you might find typos, improper grammar, and brilliant or radical or just plain honest ideas that you don’t normally see in Time, Newsweek, or People. A zine can be about whatever subject its creator decides upon, or it may contain a variety of subjects and writing styles within the same issue. Zines can include personal essays, political discussions, fiction, craft or do-it-yourself advice, articles about music or movies, comics, poetry, reviews – anything under the sun, really. Zines are personal and idiosyncratic. The best thing about zines is this: There are no rules. “ -Description from Grand Rapids Zine Fest

10.26.17


Artist Lottery
Opening Reception Thurs 10/26 6-9PM | INVITE
On view October 26 – November 17
Gallery hours are Fridays 5:30 to 7:30pm, during all events, and by appointment.

On the evening of August 31st 24 local creators came to Sugar City and were randomly put into pairs. These 12 pairs were given six weeks to create a collaborative visual art piece. On Thursday October 26th the second installment of the Artist Lottery will open at Sugar City from 6:00-9:00 p.m. Like the pairing night the final pieces will be a complete mystery. Though unlike pairing night the finished projects will not be random, but made with purpose between these forged pairings.

Pairings for the second installment of the Artist Lottery are: Nate Hill + Morgan Arnett / Sean Figiel + Gerald Mead / Sarah Barry + Emma Percy / Alicia Vetter + Irene Rekhviashvili / Emily Finlan + Emma Brittain / Chavis Day + Halley Shaw / Alia Souissi + Sean Fitzpatrick / Nikayla Brown + Morgan Loghry / Amanda Killian + Scott Puccio / Walter Burdzy + Madeline Otero / Kristin R. Brandt + Alicia Morlock / Ann Moody + Dana Duncan