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OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | CAPA and the Robert Frost Stone House Museum will host a webinar on Resilience Gardening in Bennington, featuring some of our community's expert gardeners who will answer your questions on everything from compost to keeping your plants healthy to saving seeds, and much more. We will also discuss our "Grow a Row" campaign, where we are encouraging local gardeners to grow an extra row of vegetables to donate to families in need.
CANCELLED | Opening reception for the Senior Show exhibition of works by graduating students the Visual Arts.
FACULTY AND STAFF | All staff and faculty are invited to a flow yoga classes with Tracey Forest - free and held remotely via Zoom on Wednesdays.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Zoom on Zoom: The Emerging Etiquette of Online Group Communications Media, or WTF Another Hour-Long Meeting? A conversation between Anne Thompson and Prem Krishnamurthy.
CANCELLED | Come to our celebration of students' thesis work! Flowers! Mocktails! Splendid company!
The Wellness Committee is pleased to announce the 2nd Biannual “It’s the End of the Term As We Know It” 5K run/walk. We invite faculty, staff and students to participate from wherever home is this term—family members and pets are welcome too! The event can be done any time between Thursday, May 21, and Sunday, May 24.
POSTPONED | This previously scheduled event has been postponed.
CANCELED | Join us in the hallways of Dickinson for Posterpalooza. Science, Mathematics, and Computer Science students will be presenting posters of the projects they have been working on this year.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Animation showing of work produced in the projects class featuring work by graduating seniors and others.
A forum to discuss the plans for the Fall term and to answer any questions.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Students of Allen Shawn's Music Composition Intensive will share recordings of original music composed in the course this term.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | In a class, 12 songwriters challenge each other to rewrite their songs in unique ways. Haiku? Disco? Blast beats? Stratocaster? All of that and more.