Currently in the Chur Gallery: Julie Leidel of The Bungalow Craft
Julie Leidel has been painting for over 25 years. In 1997, Leidel earned a degree in Graphic Design from Colorada State and worked in the field until becoming a full-time artist in 2013. However, it wasn't until she discovered the Arts & Crafts Movement that she truly felt she found her artistic voice, which is why she was honored to be granted the title Roycroft Renaissance Artisan in 2016.
The exhibit will run from July 6th – September 6th, 2019 in the Neil and Barbara Chur Family Gallery located in The M&T Bank Visitor Center.
6th Annual Outdoor Movie - Saturday, August 10th at 8:30pm
The Roycroft Film Society is proud to present its sixth annual FREE outdoor film on the Roycroft Campus in East Aurora. On Saturday, August 10th at 8:30pm the Society invites you to spend an evening with one of the greatest action/adventure films of all time “The Adventures of Robin Hood.” Bring the whole family to enjoy this FREE screening under the stars just the way the Roycrofters used to watch movies a century ago.
This free film will be shown outdoors in front of the Roycroft Print Shop, 21 South Grove St., East Aurora. The audience is encouraged to bring chairs, blankets, drinks and snacks. Some refreshments will be available. A rain date for the event is Sunday, August 11th at 8:30pm. Check our website and facebook page for updates.
For more information on the Roycroft Film Society please click here..
Upcoming Roycroft Book Club Selections for 2019
The Roycroft Campus Book Club is excited to announce its book selections for 2019. Upcoming titles are:
August - The Dinner List by Rebecca Serle
October - The Library Book by Susan Orlean
The Roycroft Book Club take place in the Roycroft Power House and will be meeting at 7pm on Wednesday evenings. For more information on the selections and the club please click here.
Roycroft Campus Fall Festival - September 28th & 29th, 10am - 5pm
Enjoy the beautiful colors of the Fall on the Roycroft Campus! Join us for our Fall Festival as we feature over 50 artists, antique vendors and cultural groups. While strolling the beautiful Campus grounds, you can find old and new treasures, sample some local beverages or buy some produce, visit with live animals from Thistle Creek Alpacas and Wild Spirit Education. Other highlights include live music, several lunch options from local food trucks, as well as other snacks and treats.