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OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Art + Practice (A+P) presents the first retrospective solo exhibition by artist Maren Hassinger ’69 in her hometown of Los Angeles.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | A sweeping exhibition of hollow-form ceramics. Curated by faculty members Barry Bartlett and Aysha Peltz. The exhibition will run April 19–May 12, 2018, Tuesdays-Sundays, from 1:00-5:00 pm.
Senior work in music. This week is a culmination of joy, anger, melancholy, frustration, vulnerability in which we’ve felt over our past few years at Bennington. Ultimately, we want you to come and enjoy yourselves at these concerts.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Art + Practice (A+P) and the Baltimore Museum presents the first retrospective solo exhibition by artist Maren Hassinger ’69 in her hometown of Los Angeles.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | A solo show of new work by Walter "Gator" Dunnington ’84 is on view at Salem Art Works.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Work by Kenji Fujita ’78 is featured as part of the exhibition "beginning.break.rapid."
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Commissioned work by Mary Early ’97 is featured in an exhibition at the Sun Valley Center for the Arts.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Former Nirvana cellist Lori Goldston ’85 wrote live film scores for three silent films showing at Base in Seattle. Goldston will perform the pieces with a live music ensemble May 11-13.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | New paintings by Richard Fishman ’73 will be included in an exhibition at the Art Market Provincetown gallery space.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Bennington's Advanced Print Assemblage Class at Mass MoCA.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | This conference will include panels on General Trends in Immigration Enforcement, Immigration Detention and Private Prisons, and Local Government and NGO Involvement.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Stumble into the fireplace room at 8:45 on Saturday to have your teeth pulled by Dana Foote and hear gritty, elegant dark pop by way of SIR CHLOE.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Jack Gerrard and the band ISABeL play mathematical goats, snakes, lice and mustangs.
A psychotheatric queer pop extravaganza unlike anything you’ve seen before! Jake Hausthor's grand finale, a cathartic exploration of self through persona, and an internal dialogue made external for the world to see.