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New exhibition: A Small Pasture – Drypoints by Maria Victoria Savka

A Small Pasture – Drypoints by Maria Victoria Savka
October 19 – November 10, 2015
Sunken Gallery (2nd floor, north side of the building)

Enjoy this small pasture of animals created in the quiet printmaking studio by senior Maria Victoria Savka. These elegant and whimsical studies of animals are a delight. As Maria remarks “Drypoint has made a large impact on my work, it has taught me to understand expression and gesture through line, and value through cross-hatching and timing.”

New Cary Collection exhibition: Albion no. 6551: The Wanderings of the Kelmscott-Goudy Press

The Cary Collection houses one of the most famous printing presses of its time—the handpress used by William Morris, the father of the Arts & Crafts movement, and subsequently by the great American type designer, Frederic Goudy. This exhibit traces the press's 124 years through rare books and artifacts that were printed on it. On view through Fall semester.

For more information, visit the Cary Graphic Arts Collection website.

Book written by NTID faculty member selected for local self-published book festival

NTID faculty member Melissa Skyer's new book, "Train Gone, Sorry" has been selected by the Central Library of Rochester and Monroe County for inclusion in the 2015 Self-published Book Festival and Fair. Skyer's book was one of 35 winners selected from over 120 submissions in a variety of genres.
Train Gone, Sorry is an emotional collection of artwork and poetry on subjects including hearing loss, relationships and grief. It will be featured at the Book Fair located in Harold Hacker Hall, located on the first floor of the Rundel Memorial Building. 

Database of the Month: Pronunciator

Check out our new language-learning database, Pronunciator! Pronunciator is a web-app that provides access to courses in 80 languages, including ESL for 50 non-English languages.

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