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a pencil drawing of an insect

"Patricia Johanson: House & Garden"

VAPA Usdan Gallery

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | The first complete exhibit of the seminal and prescient “House & Garden” drawings by Patricia Johanson '62, a vast series from 1969 that foresees today’s environmental concerns and informs the artist’s ongoing, pioneering work in ecological art.

Opening Reception | "Patricia Johanson: House & Garden"

VAPA Usdan Gallery

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Opening reception for the exhibition "Patricia Johanson: House & Garden."

All-Staff Meeting

Tishman Lecture Hall

All-Staff Meeting is a meeting for staff and faculty for a State of the College update.

Faculty Forum, 12:30-1:45pm

CAPA Symposium
Téa Obreht young woman with blonde hair looks at the camera Literature Evenings—Spring 2020

Téa Obreht

Franklin

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Téa Obreht is the author of two novels, "The Tiger's Wife," which won the 2011 Orange Prize for Fiction and was a 2011 National Book Award finalist and international bestseller; and "Inland," named a Best Book of 2019.

Christopher Lewis and Yoshiko Sato Carriage Barn Concert Series—Spring 2020

POSTPONED—Beethoven Complete Piano Sonata Concert Series

Deane Carriage Barn

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPOSED UNTIL APRIL 22. Pianists Christopher Lewis and Yoshiko Sato conclude their concert series devoted to performances of the complete Piano Sonatas of Ludwig van Beethoven.

End of add registration period for full term and first 7 week courses

Bennington Campus
Pathway near Dickinson, with green grass and trees Science Workshop—Spring 2020

FWT Talks

Dickinson 232

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Students will give talks about what they did during FWT.

Forgotten Farms: Film Screening and Panel Discussion

Tishman Lecture Hall

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | In our enthusiasm for the new food movement, we often overlook the farmers at the foundation of the regional agricultural economy. Forgotten Farms gives us a glimpse into the past and a vision for a future regional food system.