This youth program project explores the work of artist Htein Lin as a jumping off point to create multimedia works that look at the role of hands and the stories of people. Participants in Squeaky Wheel's two flagship media arts programs, West Side Studios and Buffalo Youth Media Institute, will produce individual works that circle around the image and performance of the hand as a common visual connection. The films will explore everything from personal stories, food traditions, and even poetry from the Just Buffalo Writing Center youth program. This screening will feature a series of vignettes that relate and react to the work of Htein Lin, as well as highlight the depth and talent of Buffalo's young makers in the media arts.
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