Monday, September 17, 2012
Fine Arts Faculty Exhibition
Time: All day
Location: Upton Hall Czurles Nelson Gallery
The Fine Arts Department will showcase the works of our diverse and talented faculty in art history, painting and drawing, printmaking, photography, and sculpture.
All are welcome to join us for light fare and conversations at our opening reception on Thursday, September 27, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. in the Czurles-Nelson Gallery. Free and open to the public.
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Rooftop Poetry Club features Robin Brox and Kristina Darling
Time: 12:15 p.m. to 1:15 p.m.
Location: E. H. Butler Library
Join the Rooftop Poetry Club on Tuesday, Sept. 25th from 12:15-1:15, in the International Students Reading Area (3rd floor, SE Quadrant), featuring poets Robin Brox and Kristina Darling.
Robin F. Brox is a poet, book artist, and teacher who lives on Buffalo's west side. She has degrees from The University of Maine, Orono and UB, and has been teaching writing professionally since 2003. The founder of Saucebox, a performance series turned small press, Robin produces handmade books and hosts poetry readings featuring women writers. Her book Sure Thing was published by BlazeVOX [books] in 2011. Robin's poetry has appeared in The Buffalo News, Artvoice, Lungfull!, Psychic Rotunda, and other journals; she has published several chapbooks including an excerpt from a weirdly fun four-part poem written with the help of Google Translate software, "A. Concoct Key Gush Run," an instant-mini chapbook from Binge Press (2010), and others under the Saucebox Books imprint. Robin's next book, Pomegranates, is forthcoming from Xexoxial Editions. She is proud to be part of Buffalo Poets Theater, for whom she acts as technical and assistant director.
Kristina Marie Darling is the author of eight books of poetry, which include the forthcoming Petrarchan (BlazeVOX Books, 2013) and Palimpsest (Patasola Press, 2012). Her awards include a Yaddo residency, a Helene Wurlitzer Foundation fellowship, and an artist grant from the Kittredge Fund. She is currently working toward a Ph.D. in Poetics at S.U.N.Y.-Buffalo.