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Everyone is invited to attend something is happening in the galleria

something is happening in the galleria

VAPA Galleria

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Reception hosted by the advanced drawing students, the artists participating in this gallery show will be showing pieces that represent their work for the whole term. The gallery will be on view from the 18th through the 25th, but you're kindly invited to attend our reception on Monday at 5:00pm.

Climate Change and Environmental Justice—Fall 2019

Uprooting Racism in the Food System

CAPA Symposium

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | A conversation with Leah Penniman, farmer, educator, author, and food sovereignty activist. She is Co-Founder, Co-Director, and Program Manager of Soul Fire Farm, in Grafton, New York.

Shudong Hao—Understanding Crosslingual Topics by Probabilistic Models

Dickinson 232

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Shudong Hao will discuss Understanding Crosslingual Topics by Probabilistic Models.

Artist Talk: Peggy Ahwesh and Susan MacWilliam

Tishman Lecture Hall

OPEN TO PUBLIC | Screening of video works by Peggy Ahwesh and Susan MacWilliam and a conversation between the artists, both participants in the Usdan Gallery show "Queer Paranormal (an exhibition concerning Shirley Jackson and The Haunting of Hill House)."

Last day to withdraw from second 7 week courses

Bennington Campus

Faculty Forum

CAPA Symposium

Faculty Forum

CAPA Symposium

2000-level registration for spring 2020 begins, 1:00pm - up to 8 credits

Bennington Campus

From hormones to El Niño: an integrative approach to understand how animals live and survive

Dickinson 232

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | A presentation by Blake Jones, Ph.D.

Science Game Night

Dickinson Reading Room

Come to the Dickinson Reading Room to play an assortment of games.

Franklin Literature Evenings—Fall 2019

Literature Evening with Rachel Heng

Franklin

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Literature Evening with Rachel Heng.

4000-level registration for spring 2020 begins

Bennington Campus
Graphic of the earth with the words climate teach in

Climate Change Teach-In 3: Climate Friendly Food Systems

Commons 300

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Join visiting faculty member Tatiana Abatemarco for a discussion on food system models that reduce our impact on the environment while adapting to climate change.

FLoW Artist Pop-up Gallery and Opening Reception

Commons Atrium

The FLoW Artists Pop-up Gallery and Opening Reception with live performances is intended to highlight and celebrate the work that FLoW students are creating on campus. Join us in this celebration, everyone is welcome!

Dance Lecture—Demonstration with Molly Lieber

VAPA Martha Hill Dance Theater

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Choreographer and Performer Molly Lieber will give a presentation about her work.

bennington students contra dancing

Contra Dance

Deane Carriage Barn

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | The Traditional Music Ensemble with John Kirk presents an end-of-term Contra dance. The music and dancing is high-spirited fun, with roots in Appalachian and Celtic traditions.

Vinyasa Flow Yoga

Meyer Recreation Barn

FACULTY AND STAFF | All staff and faculty are invited to attend a flow yoga classes with Tracey Forest.

2000-level registration for spring 2020 continues, 1:00pm - up to 18 credits

Bennington Campus

"Lewiston" a play by Samuel D. Hunter

VAPA Lester Martin Theater

OPEN TO PUBLIC | "Lewiston" by Samuel D. Hunter.

"Clarkston" a play by Samuel D. Hunter

VAPA Lester Martin Theater

OPEN TO PUBLIC | "Clarkston" a play by Samuel D. Hunter.

"Lewiston" a play by Samuel D. Hunter

VAPA Lester Martin Theater

OPEN TO PUBLIC | "Lewiston" by Samuel D. Hunter.

"Clarkston" a play by Samuel D. Hunter

VAPA Lester Martin Theater

OPEN TO PUBLIC | "Clarkston" a play by Samuel D. Hunter.

"Lewiston" a play by Samuel D. Hunter

VAPA Lester Martin Theater

OPEN TO PUBLIC | "Lewiston" by Samuel D. Hunter.

"Clarkston" a play by Samuel D. Hunter

VAPA Lester Martin Theater

OPEN TO PUBLIC | "Clarkston" a play by Samuel D. Hunter.