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Artist Lecture: Marie Lorenz

CAPA Symposium

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Marie Lorenz, featured in a spring show in Usdan Gallery, is known for her travels on various urban waterways in boats she designs and builds. Her talk will focus on themes of narrative and exploration and will highlight plans for her summer trip, extending from her Usdan exhibition, down the Hoosic and Hudson rivers.

Opening Reception: Marie Lorenz: Waterways

VAPA Usdan Gallery

There will be an opening reception in Usdan Gallery for "Marie Lorenz: Waterways."

Peacebuilding @ Bennington—Spring 2019

CANCELED—Complexities and Challenges of Peace

CAPA Symposium

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED | Susan Opotow, John Jay College of Criminal Justice and The Graduate Center, CUNY will speak on "Complexities and Challenges of Peace."

Foreign Language Series—Spring 2019

CANCELED—Film Screening: "Towards Tenderness"

Tishman Lecture Hall

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED | There will be a film screening of "Towards Tenderness," winner of the 2017 CÉSAR award for Best Short Film.

Bryan Czibesz Workshop

VAPA Ceramics Studio

Bryan Czibesz is an artist grounded in the tradition of object making who asks questions of authorship and authenticity in his work. He does this through varying degrees of engagement and dislocation between the hand and material manipulation, focusing on the use of digital and 3d printing processes with clay.

Social Media Working Group

Cricket Hill Barn

Open to students, faculty, and staff – anyone who manages a Bennington-affiliated social media account. The goal is to look for opportunities to support each others' work, whether through content and coordination or through skills sharing.

Addressing Stigma and the Social Determinants of Opioid Substance Use Disorder

CAPA Symposium

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | A panel of local experts will convene at 4:00 pm, following by a keynote address by Dr. Shannon Monnat from Syracuse University at 7:00 pm.

Visual Arts Lecture Series (VALS)—Spring 2019

Vincent Valdez

Tishman Lecture Hall

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Vincent Valdez, who is most recognized for his monumental portrayal of the contemporary figure, will speak as part of the VALS series.

Poetry at Bennington—Spring 2019

Master Class: Dora Malech

East Academic Center, Classroom 1

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Master Class with Dora Malech: “In[novative] Form: Embodying and Enacting in Contemporary Poetry”.

Poetry at Bennington—Spring 2019

Master Class: Erica Dawson

East Academic Center, Classroom 1

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Master Class with Erica Dawson: “The Image Narrative”.

Poetry at Bennington—Spring 2019

Erica Dawson and Dora Malech in Conversation with Michael Dumanis and Phillip B. Williams

East Academic Center, Classroom 1

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Join Michael Dumanis and Phillip B. Williams in a Q&A with visiting poets, Erica Dawson and Dora Malech.

Reading: Erica Dawson and Dora Malech Poetry at Bennington—Spring 2019

Reading: Erica Dawson and Dora Malech

Tishman Lecture Hall

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Poetry reading and book signing with Erica Dawson and Dora Malech.

Public Observing

Stickney Observatory

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Come learn about stars, galaxies, the moon, planets, the night sky, etc. with us!

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Black Music Exhibition | Jennings

Jennings Music Building

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | "Reflections on the Black Music Division" is on display in the Jennings Music Building from April 18 through May 9.

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Black Music Exhibition | Deane Carriage Barn

Deane Carriage Barn

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | "Reflections on the Black Music Division" is on display in the Paul Robeson House (Deane Carriage Barn) from April 18 through May 9.

Poetry Society of America Annual Awards Ceremony

Off campus (see description)

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Anna Maria Hong will read from her poetry collection "Age of Glass," winner of the 2019 Norma Farber First Book Award, at the Poetry Society of America's annual awards ceremony.

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Black Music Exhibition | President's Gallery

Barn East Gallery

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | "Reflections on the Black Music Division" is on display in the President's Gallery from April 18 through May 2.

CANCELED—Nutrition Lunch and Learn

Student Center

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED | Join the Wellness Committee for a nutrition discussion and recipe demonstration.

Science Workshop—Spring 2019

Statistical Methods for an Individual Patient Data Meta-Analysis

Dickinson 232

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Michael D. Larsen, Professor at Saint Michael’s College Department of Mathematics & Statistics will be discussing Statistical Methods for an Individual Patient Data Meta-Analysis.

Summon, Spring! Earth Day Inaugural

Student Center

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Summon, Spring! is a grassroots call to action that aims to activate communities of young people (as well as old!) to contact legislators via letters of poetry, creative writing, visual art, photo, music and other artistic mediums. For this event, we are targeting legislators with letters illustrating the reasons why the plastics bill S.113 must be passed in Vermont—banning plastic bags and curtailing the use of plastic straws.

"To Gallery a Cloud Ground" Album Release Party

Bingham

A party and concert celebrating Ethan Koss-Smith's debut release "To Gallery a Cloud Ground."

Summon, Spring! Earth Day Inaugural

Student Center

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Summon, Spring! is a grassroots call to action that aims to activate communities of young people (as well as old!) to contact legislators via letters of poetry, creative writing, visual art, photo, music and other artistic mediums. For this event, we are targeting legislators with letters illustrating the reasons why the plastics bill S.113 must be passed in Vermont—banning plastic bags and curtailing the use of plastic straws.