Event Calendar

Pick a Date
S M T W T F S
27
28
29
30
31
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Plan drafts due to advisors

Bennington Campus

All-College Staff Meeting

Tishman Lecture Hall

STAFF EVENT | Please be advised that an all-College staff meeting will take place on September 25 at 9:00 AM, in Tishman.

SCT Colloquium: Neoliberalism and its Discontents

"Sexuality, Choice and Power in a Neoliberal Age"

CAPA Symposium

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Our guest speaker is Laina Bay-Cheng, Associate Professor and PhD Program Director, School of Social Work at the University of Buffalo.

What Do You Want Me to Write?: A Workshop on Culturally-Specific Academic Essays

CAPA Symposium

CAMPUS COMMUNITY ONLY | Please join us in CAPA Symposium for a workshop for international students called "What Do You Want Me to Write?: A Workshop on Culturally-Specific Academic Essays." This event will feature student and faculty speakers, and conversation among students on the subject.

Last day to withdraw from first 7 week courses

Bennington Campus
graphic of sam and matt (beard and glasses)

PAC Community Concert Series Presents: Beard & Glasses

DownCaf

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | PAC is delighted to welcome soulful local duo Beard & Glasses for a lunch-time concert as part of the Bennington Community Concert Series.

Poetry at Bennington–Fall 2017

Master Class: Marie Howe

Cricket Hill Conference Room

Master class with visiting poet, Marie Howe: "No, Not, Never: Contradictions as a Door to the Poem's Ongoing Life."

Poetry Reading: Marie Howe Poetry at Bennington–Fall 2017

Poetry Reading: Marie Howe

Tishman Lecture Hall

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Poetry reading and book signing with Marie Howe.

Megan Schubert Carriage Barn Concert Series–Fall 2017

Megan Schubert

Deane Carriage Barn

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Megan Schubert '04, soprano, has shared the stage on multiple occasions with such luminaries as Meredith Monk, Bang On a Can, and with many ensembles championing art music and experimental jazz of today.

BFP First Launch Party

Joan Goodrich Garden, Crossett Library

The Bennington Free Press is hosting a launch party to celebrate the first publication of the term. Please join us in the garden by the Library at 7:00 for drinks and snacks, and to meet our student staff and writing contributors.

Poetry at Bennington–Fall 2017

In Conversation with Mark Wunderlich: Marie Howe

Cricket Hill Barn

Join Mark Wunderlich in a Q&A with visiting poet, Marie Howe. Buffet lunch will be served.

Public Policy Forums @ CAPA

The Healthcare Debate: Current Issues

CAPA Symposium

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | This series invites guest speakers from the private and public sectors to address a range of important topics in the current national dialogue.

Foreign Language Series–Fall 2017

"Beautiful" Memories of the Spanish Inquisition: Women, Violence and the Politics of Representation

East Academic Center, Classroom 1

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | A presentation, in English, by Sonia Pérez Villanueva, Associate Professor of Spanish Studies and Literature at Lesley University.

FWT proposal due

Bennington Campus

Investing 101

CAPA Symposium

Please join us for an informational workshop on retirement planning for faculty and staff. Joseph Silino, Financial Consultant with TIAA, will be offering guidance on how TIAA can assist with strengthening your retirement savings and will be be sharing information on the foundations of investing to help you better understand saving.

Jazz Religion

Violence and Religion

CAPA Symposium

A stand-alone class taught by Michael Cohen as part of Jazz Religion, a not-for-credit course open to the Bennington College community.

Science Workshop–Fall 2017

Islamic Creationism and Biological Evolution in the Service of the 'Clash of Civilizations' Narrative

Dickinson 232

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Join us in welcoming Salman Hameed, PhD from Hampshire College in discussing Islamic Creationism and Biological Evolution in the Service of the 'Clash of Civilizations' Narrative. All are welcomed, snacks will be served.

Performance of Winning Works from Young Playwrights Competition

Off campus (see description)

Dorset Theatre Festival provides opportunities for regional middle and high school students to learn about playwrighting and create a play of their own through its annual Jean E. Miller Young Playwrights Competition. A public reading of this year’s winning works will be held on September 29.

Family Bed

VAPA E303 Dance Studio

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Please join Rebecca Brooks, MFA Research Fellow in Dance, for an intimate studio showing of her work-in-process entitled "Family Bed."