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A man wearing a suit and glasses Carriage Barn Music Series | Fall 2021

Kofi Agawu: Finding the beat in African music

Virtual Event

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC I  Bennington College continues its virtual and remote concert and music lecture series featuring influential and boundary-pushing guest performers and scholars. The heart of the Carriage Barn Music Series will be performances and research that highlight music and lives of Black, indigenous, people of color, queer, female-identified, and non-binary performers and artists.

Religion, Race and American Politics

CAPA Symposium

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC I The January 6 Project examines the historical, cultural, and political events that led to the attack with the goal of understanding its causes, in all its forms, in order to shed light and expose truths for an informed citizenry to act to prevent this type of assault on democracy.

FWT Proposal Form Due (all students) - see details in description

Bennington Campus

ALL STUDENTS | Set up or refresh your Handshake profile.

three trees in a green field

Fall Weekend 2021 | Classes in session

Bennington Campus

Fall Weekend is a wonderful opportunity for parents, families, and friends to enjoy the Bennington experience and to sample the stimulating artistic, cultural, and recreational experiences that students enjoy.

Science Workshop—Fall 2021

Scientific Writing: A Guide for Writing Well in the Sciences

Dickinson 232

Writing is the most common form of scientific communication. However, scientists receive little to no formal training in how to write well. This workshop will focus on simple but effective guidelines that can increase the clarity, cohesion, and concision of your scientific writing.

Las Tres Hermanas (The Three Sisters) Exhibit Opening Reception

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Opening reception for "Las Tres Hermanas (The Three Sisters) Exhibit" at Sage Street Mill.

Latine Heritage Month Event: Movie Night

Tishman Lecture Hall

Available for all Latine students on campus to join and have popcorn! This event is hosted by the Latine Student Association and is part of a series of events this month to celebrate ethnicity, identity, and culture across campus for the Latine community on campus.

David Orr

Robert Frost and the Road to Poetry

Off campus (see description)

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | New York Times Book Review poetry critic David Orr presents "Robert Frost and the Road to Poetry."