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Monteras by Mary Brothers

CAPA Symposium

CAMPUS COMMUNITY ONLY | A Platforms Projects Presentation

Cultural Studies and Language Series - Spring 2022

Monteras

CAPA Symposium

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Mary Brothers '22, Advanced Work in Spanish/Drama, presenting on her process with readings from her play.

Cabinet Office Hours—Fall 2021-Spring 2022

Student Office Hours with Dr. Alfredo Medina

Barn 101

Walk-ins are welcome, or to schedule an appointment with Dr. Medina, please email melissasmith@bennington.edu. Dr. Medina is available to meet outside of Student Office Hours by appointment as well.

FLoW Study Break

Commons

Take a quick break and pick up a snack from the FLoW Interns!

Shiori Shinoda

CANCELED -- Dance@Bennington2022 Presents: Shiori Shinoda, A Glimpse of Noh Theater

VAPA Martha Hill Dance Theater

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Please note that this event has been canceled.

Gabriel García Román VALS—Spring 2022

Gabriel García Román

Tishman Lecture Hall

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Gabriel García Román will give a presentation as part of the Visual Arts Lecture Series.

Navigating Curriculum & Course Registration: Admitted Student event

Virtual Event

Admitted Student Event: Navigating the Curriculum & Course Registration

Barkeep's Last Call an Audio Drama by Jo Gratz and Hazel Peters

See description

CAMPUS COMMUNITY ONLY | A Platforms Projects Presentation

2000-level registration for Fall 2022 begins, 1:00pm, up to 4 credits

Bennington Campus
Paisley Rekdal Poetry at Bennington—Spring 2022

Master Class with Paisley Rekdal: “Cultural Appropriation versus Approximation”

East Academic Center, Classroom 1

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | This talk will explore the many kinds and types of work that comprise the term “appropriation,” and we'll talk about why certain work offends us, or doesn’t.

Mission Statement Community Feedback Session

Virtual Event

CAMPUS COMMUNITY ONLY | We invite the community to join these session where we will present drafts of the Bennington College mission statement.

Paisley Rekdal Poetry at Bennington—Spring 2022

Paisley Rekdal

Tishman Lecture Hall

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Paisley Rekdal is the author of six books of poetry, most recently Nightingale (Copper Canyon, 2019), which rewrites many of the myths in Ovid’s Metamorphoses. Rekdal is a Distinguished Professor at the University of Utah and serves as Utah's Poet Laureate.

Dr. Kara Lavender Law

Now Virtual | ​Woodworth Lecture: A Global Look at Plastic in the Ocean

Virtual Event

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | ​Dr. Kara Lavender Law, Research Professor of Oceanography with the Sea Education Association in Woods Hole, MA will be this years Robert H. Woodworth Lecture in the Sciences. Dr Law will be discussing A Global Look at Plastic in the Ocean. Please note that this event will be fully virtual.

4000-level registration for Fall 2022 begins, up to 16 credits

Bennington Campus
Paisley Rekdal Poetry at Bennington—Spring 2022

Paisley Rekdal in Conversation with Michael Dumanis

Commons 203

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Grab lunch in the Dining Hall and join Michael Dumanis in a Q&A with visiting poet Paisley Rekdal.

Cabinet Office Hours—Fall 2021-Spring 2022

Dr. Li-Chen Chin Office Hours

Student Life Office

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Talk with our Dean of Students, Dr. Li-Chen Chin, during her weekly office hours.

Resettlement in the Green Mountain State

CAPA Symposium

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Dr. Bose’s research focuses on migration, transnationalism, diasporas, and diverse environments. He is part of an ongoing multi-site, multi-year study of economic as well as other forms of development and population displacement which has resulted in several publications including the co-authored Displacement by Development: Ethics, Rights and Responsibilities. Dr. Bose, a local of Vermont, published extensively on racial and ethnic diversity (or lack thereof) of the state of Vermont and the meaning of “becoming New Vermonter” for refugees and displaced persons who are resettled in Vermont.

A Literary and Painterly Landscape

A Literary and Painterly Landscape

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OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Join Renée Bourchard and Genevieve Plunkett '11 in a six month-long, image and text landscape study! Beginning in May, participants will meet once a month to explore, record, and contemplate the beautiful and history-laden setting in and around Robert Frost’s Vermont home.

Admitted Student event - Student Accessibility: Academic Disability Accommodations and General Support Webinar

Virtual Event

Admitted Student Event - Student Accessibility: Academic Disability Accommodations and General Support Webinar

Benefit Performance: Scenes from Kentucky Cycle

Tishman Lecture Hall

CAMPUS COMMUNITY ONLY | A Platform Projects Presentation.

Mission Statement Community Feedback Session

Virtual Event

CAMPUS COMMUNITY ONLY | We invite the community to join these session where we will present drafts of the Bennington College mission statement.

2000-level registration for Fall 2022 continues, 1:00pm, up to 16 credits

Bennington Campus

Senior Work Presentations

Dickinson 232

CAMPUS COMMUNITY ONLY | Join us for science workshop for senior work presentations in science, mathematics, and computer science.

Coffee & Career Conversations

Roz's Cafe

Join Sarah, the Communications and Engagement Coordinator every Friday. Ask questions about navigating Handshake, exploring internship/job opportunities, reviewing your cover letter and resume, or just enjoy a cup of coffee and conversation.

786 by Muhammad Ammar and Samuel De Sousa De Abreu

VAPA Margot Tenney Theater

CAMPUS COMMUNITY ONLY | A Platforms Project Presentation

Roxy Lalonde and the Warriors of Light LIVE at DownCaf

DownCaf

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Roxy Lalonde '22 and her senior ensemble present a night of original jazz arrangements of video game music.

Golden Chain

VAPA Margot Tenney Theater

CAMPUS COMMUNITY ONLY | A Platforms Project Presentation of an original musical by Ben Wickett, directed by Hazel Peters.

Activating the Ambiguous Zone

VAPA Martha Hill Dance Theater

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Concept and Direction by Maura Gahan ‘22 MFA Teaching Fellow Created in collaboration with dancers and puppeteers: Surabhee Arjunwadkar

Henry Locke's Senior Show

Deane Carriage Barn

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | A concert of improvisational music.