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Walk with Walker

Flagpole (in front of Barn)

A time for students to get to know President Walker and to share thoughts and ideas about Bennington.

woman with short dark hair and glasses presenting VALS—Spring 2021

Susette Min

Virtual Event

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | This week's VALS guest is Dr. Susette Min. Professor Min's critically acclaimed first book, "Unnamable: The Ends of Asian American Art" centers attention on the categorical imperatives of Asian American Art.

The Plastic Invasion on Reproductive Health

Virtual Event

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | In honor of Women’s Health Month in May, Beyond Plastics will host a conversation on the effects of plastics on human health and reproduction.

2000-level registration for Fall 2021 begins, 1:00pm (up to 8 credits)

Bennington Campus

COVID-19 Vaccine Information Open Hour with Drs. Tartaglia and Anselmo

Virtual Event

Do you have questions about the COVID-19 vaccines? Feel free to drop in to the weekly Zoom call for evidence-based answers from the medical experts.

4000-level registration for Fall 2021 begins

Bennington Campus

Staff Shared Governance Open Forum

Virtual Event

The staff representatives on the College’s Shared Governance committee would like to invite you to an open forum/Q&A discussion. The committee members will (very briefly) share a bit about the work being done on the Shared Governance Task Force, and then open up a discussion with staff members to solicit their thoughts, ideas and suggestions, which will be shared with the Task Force as a whole.

Student Town Hall with President Walker

Tishman Lecture Hall

President Walker will host a Student Town Hall in Tishman (and remotely).

Navigating Curriculum & Course Registration: Admitted Student event

Virtual Event

Admitted Student Event: Navigating the Curriculum & Course Registration

dickinson at night, wooden building with lights on Science Workshop—Spring 2021

Advanced Work Presentations

Virtual Event

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Join us for this week's science workshop: the first of two advanced work presentations in science and mathematics.

2000-level registration for Fall 2021 continues, 1:00pm (up to 18 credits)

Bennington Campus

Salt Off A Bird's Tail

Bennington Campus

A Play by Ruby Lee Lowenstein. Directed by Joshua Goldberg.

group of people led by kerry woods viewing plants in a field

Plant Walking with Kerry Woods

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Identify Spring Blooms with our Ecology Professor, Kerry Woods! Meet us at the Observatory at 9:30 am on Saturday to learn to walk and talk with plants.

headshots of Amber Arnold & Jabari Saeed Jones

Bennington Local Food Summit

Virtual Event

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | As part of Bennington College's three-year grant from the Mellon Foundation to address food insecurity in Bennington County, the College will be hosting a Bennington Local Food Summit. The day will begin with a virtual keynote address, followed by panel discussions with gardeners, regenerative agriculture experts and local food advocates, and an art installation.

We are Better Together Support Space

Virtual Event

A space for students to connect with Kat Daley (MSW, Student Health Center) and Ali Tartaglia (Director for Student Health Promotions). Drop in and connect or stay the whole time!

"The Amish Project"

Bennington Campus

The Amish Project tells the story of the fictionalized aftermath of the 2006 Nickel Mines, PA, Amish schoolhouse shooting.

Independent Works Club

VAPA Lester Martin Theater

Weekly club meeting to support independent projects within the drama community. We will read plays, workshop scenes, provide a space for developing advanced work, invite professors and peers for feedback sessions and showcases, and more!

Faculty Recital: Spring Songs

Jennings Lawn

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Joseph Alpar, baritone and Yoshiko Sato, piano will perform vocal works by Alban Berg, Hacı Arif Bey, Gabriel Fauré, Charles Ives, Faiz Kapancı, Saadettin Kaynak, Robert Moran, and Franz Schubert.

"The Amish Project"

Bennington Campus

The Amish Project tells the story of the fictionalized aftermath of the 2006 Nickel Mines, PA, Amish schoolhouse shooting.