Artgrease


Cable Channel 20
8:00 PM on Saturdays in Buffalo
11:00 PM on Mondays in the Suburbs


About Artgrease

Artgrease is Hallwalls' and Squeaky Wheel's shared timeslot on Buffalo public access television, Channel 20. Hallwalls' cable access show Artwaves, showcasing work related to programming at Hallwalls, was established in 1986 by Hallwalls co-director Alan Sondheim as a weekly program reaching into the paradoxically public/private stage of people's homes via the publicly accessible channels of cable TV. Artgrease carries on the tradition.

Submission Guidelines

We accept submissions of single channel short work, so if you'd like your work to be considered please send a miniDV tape to the address below. Please supply a self-addressed, stamped envelope for return of submission.

Contact:
Carolyn Tennant, Hallwalls Media Arts Director
341 Delaware Ave.
Buffalo, NY 14202
Phone: 716/ 854-1694; fax: 716/854-1696

 
341 DELAWARE AVE.
BUFFALO, NY 14202
t: 716-854-1694
f: 716-854-1696

 
GALLERY HOURS:
Tues.—Fri. 11-6
Sat. 11-2
Sun. & Mon. closed

IN THE GALLERY
from Sep. 12, 2014
through Oct. 3, 2014
 

Michael Mararian
Kinder Kavalcade


It's not that Michael Mararian's paintings are about children, but children serve as the central protagonists in much of his work. Painted with equal proportions of dark humor and buoyant charm, children function as the most effective dramatic foils for the contradictions, absurdities, and layers of pathos Mararian is fond of exploring. Whether brandishing lit matches and gasoline, wearing inappropriate clothing, wielding knives and guns, or just lying in a drunken stupor upon a field of cell phones, children as characters sharply highlight an array of themes and concerns discussed throughout Mararian's work.
 
 
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FROM THE ARCHIVES:

20 years ago at Hallwalls

Wed. Sep. 21, 1994
CONTEMPORARY SILENT CLASSICS:

Featuring THE LAST NIGHT OF RASPUTIN (Eleanor Antin, 1989, 38 min), which is credited to a fictitious early Soviet filmmaker, and THE DREAM SCREEN (Stephanie Beroes, 1986, 45 min) ...