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FACULTY AND STAFF | Did you know that the College has a seed library and a farm? Student members of both organizations will lead a hands-on session with tips on how to plant your own seeds and grow delicious food.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | The guest speaker for this event is Verónica Zebadúa Yáñez, visiting lecturer in gender studies at Mount Holyoke.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Professor of African American Studies and Theater Studies at Yale, Daphne Brooks writes about race, gender, performance and popular music culture.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Join Camille Guthrie in a Q&A with visiting poet Robin Coste Lewis. Buffet lunch will be served.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Master class with visiting poet, Robin Coste Lewis: “Writing and Photography.” Each student should bring a photograph from their childhood.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Poetry reading and book signing with National Book Award winner, Robin Coste Lewis.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Author and journalist Christian Parenti will examine the social and economic dislocations promised by climate change, and the seeming inability of American economic and policy elites to address this crisis.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Sound Recording/Design Candidate, Senem Pirler, will give a presentation entitled "Studio as Playground: Exploring Sonic Spaces and Identities."
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | A solo-exhibition by Susan Cantrick ’74 is showing at Le Pave D’Orsay.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Laura MacMannus-Spencer, Ph.D (Associate Professor of Chemistry at Union College) will discusses the Environmental Fate of Contaminants of Emerging Concern.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | A new dance work by Dana Reitz, performed in silence by Reitz, Elena Demyanenko and Yanan Yu, with costumes by Charles Schoonmaker. The world premiere of Latitude was presented by Lumberyard Contemporary Performing Arts at New York Live Arts in February, 2018. This piece runs approximately one hour in duration, without intermission.