8.3.19


Sat 8/3 11AM-5PM | Sugar City Flea X Jack Craft Fair | AT Wilkeson Pointe Sculpture Park | INVITE
Sugar City is partnering with the Jack Craft Fair on August 3 to showcase a variety of flea market vendors! Look for the Sugar City tent to learn more about this art collective and shop the mini flea market!
Featuring…
Dave G
Gear Two Thrift
Timeless Babez
Black Fawn Exchange
Seku Harwell
Translight Mutations
Erika Benham
Andy Czuba
for more info visit: jackcraftfair.com

7.26.19


Fri 7/26 7-11PM | MUSIC | Sliding $5-$10 | INVITE
Boo-ker Blahzay (Buffalo Hip-Hop MC)
Jewk the Philosopher (Buffalo Hip-Hop MC)
Matthias Johnson (Hudson Valley Hip-Hop/Electronic DJ)

ALL THINGS RECONSIDERED

Boo-ker Blahzay is a Hip-Hop artist from Buffalo, New York. From writing, rapping, producing, or engineering, Boo-ker is a one- man production team. He delivers a rhythmic flow that is lyrical and clever, without taking away from it’s conscious message. In a nutshell, Boo-ker Blahzay’s Music is Motivation for personal growth in everyone, especially the downtrodden. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KkN4zOv0GxA
Jewk the philosopher is an recording artist from Buffalo NY, delivering a personalized view on life in Rap form. “Sound is the wave” as he puts it.

Jewk currently has 2 projects titled “that wuz yesterdae” & “That wuz yesterdae 2” , and working on his upcoming ep titled “The JewkBox”. In 2018 Jewk performed at a few local places such as “stamps the bar” & “Sugar City”, and is now collaborating and creating with other artists, and is ready for where ever the road leads. https://youtu.be/4HS0yjUBlNE

Matthias Johnson is a diverse DJ located in the Hudson Valley. He has a deep fascination with the tech world and teaching kids robot skills. Every year he spends hours “cleaning up” the hip-hop hits for the kids school dances. He”s been known to pull out deep dance hall tracks, new orleans bounce, classic rap and techno.

7.27.19


Sat 7/27 1-4PM | MARKET | FREE | INVITE
Heart & Craft Fair: Come out to support women, non-binary and trans craftspeople from all over who love to create for themselves, friends, family and you. There will be 15+ vendors showcasing a variety of goods like: drawings and paintings (originals, prints) fiber art (crochet, needlepoint), clothing, skincare, jewelry, baked goods and so much more.
Presented by Maybe Heaven

Here’s Who Will Be Featured:
More Than Knots ( @lissa.roads )
Aura ( @crystal_clair3 )
playclothes ( @charlie___best )
Rellie My ( @rellie_my )
POPPress ( @rrrrrrrezin )
Art of Stace ( @artofstace )
Desiree Elise ( @blaqbirddd )
Sugarlumps Illustrations ( @sugarlumps.illustrations )
Art by Amy Lynn ( @art_by_amylyn )
Handmade by Jessa ( @handmadebyjessa )
Possumism ( @possumism_ )
Amethyst Bumblebee Soaps ( @amethystbumblebeesoaps )
Lee’s Sweets ( @lee_wingy )
Maybe Heaven ( @maybeheaven )
Fawndolyn Art ( @fawndolyn )
Jess Widmer Art ( @jwbunny4 )

To gather more information, and to sign up to be on the waiting list for future craft fair events visit: https://forms.gle/nW7hEcHk7QeeWN4D9

7.25.19


Thurs 7/25 6:30-8:30PM | MEETING | Buffalo and Niagara for Reproductive Rights and Freedom: Meet fellow Western New Yorkers passionate about reproductive rights! Learn about national and local reproductive health changes, as well as how to get involved with the National Institute for Reproductive Health’s advocacy and organizing efforts! Please feel free to bring any partners/children/friends along with you.

This is a very critical time for women, transgender and non-conforming folks, or anyone who is able to get pregnant, as attacks against our reproductive freedom continue! NOW is the time to connect and mobilize.

RSVP at the following link

7.17.19


Weds 7/17 7-9PM | CRIT CLUB | $5 or pay what you can | INVITE Meeting to talk abour art you are making or art you’d love to critque! Sugar City Crit Club aims to be an open and kind place where artists can uplift each other and help each other grow by sharing our thoughts, ideas, and artistic knowledge to create a safe place to get a little vulnerable our art. Let’s support and strengthen each other’s work and enjoy some snacks! Please bring one to two pieces (unless the pieces are very small) to ensure we have time to discuss everyone’s work fairly. Individuals without work to show or those just interested in the critique process or providing constructive, respectful input are also welcome and encouraged to attend!