My documentary focuses on the Ronald Bladen sculpture in front of the HSBC Center, investigating how communities interact with public art along with security issues. There will be a time lapse shot of the sculpture and an interview with Patricia Carter, a local public art historian.

Buffalo's Main Street was the topic of Squeaky Wheel's BUFFALO YOUTH MEDIA INSTITUTE in 2006. A collaboration between Squeaky Wheel and Preservation Buffalo Niagara, the BUFFALO YOUTH MEDIA INSTITUTE is a youth media and community history initiative which gives up to 20 young people (age 13-18/8th-12th grade) from Buffalo, NY and surrounding areas the opportunity to learn about the history of their local community by making documentaries about Buffalo. The project starts in September and ends in June and has been funded by the John R. Oishei Foundation, the Margaret L. Wendt Foundation, the Baird Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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