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SMORG: A Collaborative Community LIVE Art Event.
Location: 1221 Main St. Buffalo, NY

SMORG (a.k.a Smörgåsbord) is a unique youth-led art experience brought to you by BCAT’s Youth Arts Advocacy Council. Immerse yourself in a dynamic fusion of creativity and collaboration at our live art event! Engage with young artist-designed interactive installations, where your participation transforms art. Enjoy light refreshments while a DJ REAZON sets the vibe. Don’t miss this epic fusion of art music and fun - be a part of the creative community. 

This event is free and open to the public.

SMORG is part of the ETHOS PROJECT a community focused arts program sponsored by the Buffalo Bills Social Justice Foundation



Friday October 6th
Mural Awakening Event!
Location: 44 Moore St, Buffalo NY

The Riverline and the Buffalo Center for Arts & Technology are pleased to invite you to our Mural Awakening Event on Friday October 6th from 5-7pm.

Join us for the unveiling of the newest BCAT Mural Club public work and enjoy an evening of free food catered by Classic Soul Food. This community focused event will have family friendly activities and a chance for the community to contribute to the mural itself.


This event is free and open to the public.

The Riverline Community Arts Program is generously funded by the General Mills Hometown Grants fund and City of Buffalo Common Council Member Mitch Nowakowski.


THursday, Nov. 16th      5-6:30pm
YAAS: Community Wellness and Website Launch EVENT!
Location: 1221 Main St. Buffalo, NY

Join BCAT Youth Advocates and Community Supporters for an evening aimed at bringing attention to the need of powerful advocacy and easy access for youth in the areas of Mental, Sexual, and Social Health. The event will feature numerous creative and socially focused community organizations as well as creative activities and celebration of the launch of a website dedicated to youth advocacy and access that was designed by BCAT Youth. 

This event is free and open to the public.

The YAAS Project was made possible with a grant from CAI Global, Hope Buffalo and The Buffalo Bill Foundation. BCAT respectfully acknowledges our appreciation.



THursday September 7th
Exhibition and Reflection
Location: 1221 Main St, Buffalo NY

Join BCAT Artists and Community mentors as they showcase projects from their experimental mentorship program "The Common Task 

This event is free and open to the public, light refreshments will be served. 

This project was made possible by the Tower Foundation

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