Please visit the new exhibition
And My Eyes Meet the Sun…
Photography Exhibit by Nicole Rosenberg
April 29 – May 24, 2015
April 29, 5 to 7pm
The Sunken Gallery
Wallace Library, Second Floor, North Side of Building
Please join the Cary Graphic Arts Collection as we host a talk by Ron Gordon, proprietor of the Oliphant Press. Gordon will describe his career as a printer and designer—a career that spanned the eras of letterpress, offset, and digital printing. Illustrating this history with examples of his own work, he will show how the craft has dramatically transformed over the decades.
Lecture starts at 5pm on Friday April 24th and is open to the public. Light refreshments to follow until 7 p.m.
Resistance, Rebellion, and Renewal in Rochester: Narratives of Progress and Poverty examines more than one hundred years of Rochester’s history to illuminate the co-existence of wealth and progress with poverty and lack of opportunity. In at least three separate periods, 1913, 1964, and 2015, these circumstances have spurred action in the form of resistance, rebellion, and renewal – while altogether jeopardizing the social fabric of the city.
Interested in learning ASL? The ASL Video Dictionary and Inflection Guide has video clips of examples of sign language.
You can find additional resources in the Beginning Sign Language, Fingerspelling and Numbers guide created by NTID librarian Joan Naturale.