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OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | The first major retrospective exhibition of Philemona Williamson ’73 is on view at Montclair Art Museum in New Jersey.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | A photography exhibition co-curated by Bennington students enrolled in the class, "Laura Gilpin & The Platinum Print", offered Spring 2017 and taught by faculty member Jonathan Kline.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Critically acclaimed media artist Alexandra Bell’s “Counternarratives” prints installed on building exteriors around the Bennington campus, the first display of the Bell’s work by an academic institution and the first to present her project as a series. As the prints are displayed outside, they will be on view 24/7.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | The first solo show by Cosmo Whyte ’05 with Marcia Wood Gallery is on view through November 25.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | "Holding the Line," ceramic sculptor Stanley Rosen’s retrospective, is ongoing at Alfred University, NY.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Cathy Weis Projects announces the fall 2017 season of Sundays on Broadway, an ongoing series of performances, film screenings, and discussions on Sunday evenings at WeisAcres.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Andrew Duff ’12 is making his off-Broadway debut in "Uncommon Sense," a theatrical production by the Tectonic Theater Project that explores the autism spectrum and what it means to society. The show is now playing at the Sheen Center for Thought and Culture.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Philemona Williamson '73 is participating in Hofstra University Museum’s group exhibition, "Converging Voices: Gender and Identity."
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | The DEPE (Department of Education and Public Engagement) Space series presents "Slow an Alarm Until It’s a Tone," by artist in residency Ben Hall ’04 at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Come enjoy your Saturday Morning at the Farmer's Market!
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Georgetown freshman Saria Samakie, who endured three years of civil war and survived three kidnappings in Syria—including being held by government forces when he was just 15 years old—will give a talk on his thoughts and experiences in Syria.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | "East Coast Curriculum" is a modern day riff on Arthur Schnitzler's "La Ronde" with liberal arts College as a theme. A play about love, sex, politics, feminism, class, friendship, family and the fear, ecstasy and absurdity of being young. Showings will take place each night at 8:00 PM from Nov. 16-19.