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OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Bennington piano students present their end-of-term recital.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | The Frost Stone House Museum will welcome Williams College scholar and professor Neil Roberts to give a talk about Frederick Douglass, during the 200th anniversary of Douglass' birth. Free and open to the public, cash bar open starting at 5:30, Seating first come, first served.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Concert begins in VAPA Newman Court and moves to Dance Studio E303.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Two a cappella quartets and a quintet perform original compositions. Angelic and monastic with a slap from doo-wop and a sprinkling of extended technique.
Open to students, faculty, and staff – anyone who manages a Bennington-affliliated social media account. The goal is to look for opportunities to support each others' work, whether through content and coordination or through skills sharing.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Bennington’s Experimental Sound Practices class will present their site-specific sound installation and performance projects.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Wake up your ears with alternative ideas in this performance of original compositions by Groundworks students.
This week's Literature Evening presents Student Readings!
The senior class is invited to join President Mariko Silver, faculty, and staff to celebrate the end of the fall term and to offer a toast in honor of December graduates.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | A conversation with Tim Ashe, President Pro Tempore, Vermont Senate.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | "Landlines," created by senior Teddy O'Mara, is a multimedia performance about the relationship of the nostalgic and the eerie.