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What untapped potential do you believe the Barn holds? What does it mean to you as both a symbol of Bennington’s history and a meeting place for learning and working?
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Advanced work presentation in Spanish by Bennington Student Doménica Montaño-Moncayo.
The senior work exhibition runs from Tuesday, May 21 through Saturday, June 1. Through May 31, the gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 1:00-5:00 pm. On Saturday, June 1, the gallery hours will be 8:30-9:30 am.
The opening reception will take place on Wednesday, May 22 at 6:30 pm. The gallery will be open on Wednesday, May 22 from 1:00-8:30 pm.
This event has been canceled.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Presentations by seniors with time for questions. A champagne toast in the Faculty Lounge follows.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Join us for the opening reception.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | This week's Literature Evening presents Senior Readings!
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | An informal showing by the class Double Exposure: Acting for Singers and Singing for Actors. Students will sing solo songs and group scenes from the musical theater repertoire.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Party to the sounds of Balkan Brass music, Klezmer, Roma Jazz, Afro-Pop, and American Funk played by this eccentric 10-piece band.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Come learn about stars, galaxies, the moon, planets, the night sky, etc. with us!
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Students of Kaori Washiyama perform highlights of their work from the spring term, accompanied by pianist Yoshiko Sato.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Sydney Lea, former Vermont Poet Laureate and co-founder of the New England Review, will give a reading at the Robert Frost Stone House Museum.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Come celebrate the seniors who wrote theses this year! Refreshments! Scintillating banter!
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | The Gamelan class plays orchestral music from central Java.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | We will walk through the Orchard and to pond, ending near the Student Center.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Join us in the hallways of Dickinson for Posterpalooza. Science/Mathematics/Computer Science students will be presenting posters of the projects they have been working on this year.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | The Traditional Music Ensemble with John Kirk presents an end-of-term Contra dance. The music and dancing are high-spirited fun, with roots in Appalachian and Celtic traditions.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Some babies are born! Some babies grow up! Some babies wonder what their place is in the world! Some babies devise a piece about it!
A variety of animations will be shown utilizing a wide range of techniques, styles, and content.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Students of Nathaniel Parke will present a cello performance with works by Bach, Romberg, Goltermann, Tchaikowsky and more.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Modern Guitar with Thom Loubet presents a showcase of their work, featuring Aubrey Lavender-Cook and Leo Cohen.