As part of faculty member Yoko Inoue’s course, “Social Kitchen: Ceramics, Food and Community,” the College once again partnered with Greater Bennington Interfaith Community Services to host the “Empty Bowls” event at Mount Anthony Union Middle School.
Crossett Library is pleased to announce that Sangeeth Raja Selvaraju '19 is the recipient of the Crossett Library Student Library Research Grant.
A mixed-reality art installation by Asad J. Malik ’19 brings the war in Syria to safe and familiar places in the U.S., including the Bennington campus, where it was first installed.
Bennington’s Incarceration Taskforce was featured in a recent Vice piece on student advocacy groups that “could lead a new age of activism.”
Vermont Digger published commentary on proposed carbon pricing by Sabrina Melendez '20.
An exhibition of vintage photographs by the American pictorialist photographer Laura Gilpin, as well as a selection of photographs given to her by friends and mentors, will be on view at the Bennington Museum, on Main Street in Bennington, from October 7 through December 15. The exhibition, Laura Gilpin and Her Circle: Gertrude Käsebier, Clarence H. White, and Clara Sipprell, is co-curated by students from faculty member Jonathan Kline’s spring 2017 course, "Laura Gilpin & The Platinum Print."
A public reading of the winning plays from Dorset Theatre Festival’s Jean E. Miller Young Playwrights Competition, which is supported by Bennington College faculty, students, and alumni, will be held on Friday, September 29 at 7 PM.
Awarded a University & College Poetry Prize by the Academy of American Poets, a poem by Alysse Kathleen McCanna MFA ’15 was recently published on the Academy’s website.
A mixed-reality art installation by Asad J. Malik ’19 brings the war in Syria to safe and familiar places in the U.S., including the Bennington campus, where it was first installed. The project was recently featured in Vice.
Sam Levit ’18 and Matt Kirby ’17, artistic associate apprentices at the Dorset Theater Festival, spoke with More Theater Talk about their experiences working on Theresa Rebeck’s new play, Downstairs, starring alumnus Tim Daly ’79 and his sister, Tyne.