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OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | "As In Nature," an exhibition of large paintings inspired by nature by artist Helen Frankenthaler '49 will be on view at the Clark Art Institute from July 1–October 9, 2017.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | "No Rules," a collection of woodcuts by Helen Frankenthaler '49, will be on view at the Clark Art Institute from July 1–September 24, 2017.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | An exhibition at the Bennington Museum will feature the works of Grandma Moses alongside Modernist painters such as Andy Warhol, Helen Frankenthaler, and Joseph Cornell.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Cosmo Whyte ’05 is one of four artists in the Hudgens Prize Finalists Exhibition.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | The 5th Annual Coaster Show at La Luz de Jesus Gallery features original coaster artwork by Liz Mamorsky '60
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Mary Early ’97 is participating in a group exhibition of sculpture at the American University Museum in Washington DC. There will be a gallery talk with the artists on September 28.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | The 32nd solo show exhibition of the abstract painter Erin Parish ’88, titled "Meet Me Halfway," is on view at Art & Art Gallery, Miami.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | "Queer Kids" is an exhibition of works by M. Shakrey '95, documenting gay youth in the U.S. and abroad.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | The first major retrospective exhibition of Philemona Williamson ’73 is on view at Montclair Art Museum in New Jersey.
Join Kate Child, Director of the First-Year Experience and International Student Services, and Matthew Seeley, Career Advisor, for a workshop session on navigating Field Work Term as a first-generation college student.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | An exhibition of artist books by renowned publisher and book artist Gunnar Kaldewey opens with a reception on Tuesday, September 19, at 6:30-7:30 pm in Bennington’s Usdan Gallery.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Join us for a discussion with cultural critic Stephen Metcalf, who will speak about his latest article in The Guardian.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Story Night takes place monthly and each month has a new theme. Anyone can attend and sign up to share a story pertaining to the theme. This month Story Night is at Two Brews Cafe and the theme is mystery. Your best true ghost story or perhaps even a deeper mystery. Told around a fire. No notes, no props, true from you!
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Please note the later start time. Situated within the tradition of 19th century landscape painting and 20th century collage Camille Hoffman's most recent work seeks to reexamine the meaning of borders, race, gender, and power as they pertain to Manifest Destiny and it representation in the American landscape.