April 13, 8:30am - 10:00am EDT. Hosted at Hotel Henry
part of a series on Game
About the speaker
Nikki Hitchcock is founder of City of Light Consulting, a multi-disciplinary team supporting agents of social change. She has a Masters in Community and Economic Development and works primarily in strategic planning and narrative crafting. City of Light supports nonprofits, advocacy campaigns, artists, social entrepreneurships, and political campaigns using its unique wrap-around model.
Hotel Henry’s urban resort neighborhood offers a cosmopolitan buffalo adventure that begins within steps of the hotel grounds. The urban resort neighborhood is a borderless destination.
The Western New York Book Arts Center promotes greater understanding of printing and book-related arts through education, creation, and exhibition for a broad and diverse community. WNYBAC is a 501(c)(3) educational non-profit, featuring a letterpress and screenprinting studio, a gallery, a working museum, and a boutique.
Get Fresh Industries design firm helps businesses develop and evolve their visual assets through interior design and honest branding. GFI understands how aesthetic elements such as logo design, website development, visual marketing, & interior design impact a company’s success.
Beau Fleuve Music & Arts Festival is a one day internationally recognized indoor- outdoor festival in Buffalo, New York. Beau Fleuve Music and Arts Festival was created to celebrate and illuminate the resurgence of all forms of music, art , media and culture that resonates in and from Buffalo and Western New York. Beau Fleuve is apart of the new Buffalo. Our generation of artist , athletes , contributors, djs, fashion designers, industry executives and musicians are cultivating their industries globally.
The International Center for Studies in Creativity (ICSC) at SUNY Buffalo State is the world epicenter for research and practice in deliberate creativity. They offer a Graduate Certificate and a Master of Science degree in creativity, change leadership, and creative problem solving, which has attracted students from around the globe! They also house the world’s largest collection of creativity literature.
Deaf Access Services (DAS) responds to the interests of Deaf, Deaf Blind, and Hard of Hearing individuals by promoting communication access, awareness, and opportunities in the greater community.
NEW A sign language interpreter will be provided for this event.
PARKING Driving to the event? Find information here. But! You might consider public transport, biking, carpooling, or some greener alternative to be entered into April’s Get Here Green raffle in honor of Earth Month. 😉