Barbara Rowe // Virtual
July 10, 8:30am - 10:00am EDT. Hosted at The Internet
part of a series on Insecure
About the speaker
Barbara Rowe is an artist working primarily in printmaking and works on paper. Her artwork is in the collection of the Frans Masreel Center in Belgium, the Art Institute of Chicago, Castellani Museum, Albright-Knox Art Gallery and several private collections. She owns a screenprinting business, Abaca Press, and is professor emeritus at Niagara County Community College. She is board president of Vision Niagara, Inc. and member of Scajaquada Corridor Coalition.
The Buffalo & Erie County Public Library consists of the downtown Central Library, eight branches in the City of Buffalo and twenty-eight facilities located on one end of Erie County to the other. There is also Library on Wheels state-of-the art bookmobile. The libraries serve as centers of information, education, culture, and entertainment for the residents of Erie County. The B&ECPL has more than 3.2 million materials - books, eBooks, DVDs, music, and more. Free library cards (traditional and eLibrary) are available to Erie County, New York residents and to those who work and/or attend school in-county. Connect with the library on your favorite social media platform and catch its podcast, All Booked Up!
Paula’s Donuts is a family-owned and -operated business that was established in 1996. Every day, their hand-cut donuts are baked fresh on the premises of their three Western New York locations: Tonawanda, Clarence, and West Seneca. With over thirty varieties of donuts and baked goods prepared the old-fashioned way, Paula’s is always made with love.
Ashker’s uses the freshest ingredients, prepared with care. Because treating the community like family fuels happy, healthy growth.
A VIRTUAL GATHERING
For this virtual event, we’ll be gathering via Zoom. Registered attendees will be emailed a protected link shortly before the event. New to Zoom? (lol, same.) You’ll want to sign up for a free account ahead of time.
Buffalo, NY United States .
July 10, 2020
8:30am - 10:00am