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OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | How policy decisions in Pennsylvania contributed to the Shell ethane cracker facility, and how community watchdogs hope to prevent future plants from moving in.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Allana Clarke talks about her practice on the occasion of her solo exhibition at Usdan Gallery.
Dean of the College Brian Michael Murphy will read from his new book "We the Dead: Preserving Data at the End of the World," which narrates how Americans became so obsessed with preserving data, from time capsules launched into outer space to data centers in bombproof bunkers. Reception to follow.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | This series invites guest speakers from the private and public sectors to address a range of important topics in the current national dialogue. Facilitated by CAPA director Susan Sgorbati and Vermont State Senator Brian Campion.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Fall Weekend is a time for parents, families, and loved ones to gather with their students.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Eliot Miller, PhD, a Collections Development Manager at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology will be joining us for Science Workshop this week. His talk is about: "An evolutionary perspective on avian population losses. What can we learn about how to change the trajectory?"
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Volunteer opportunity at the Purple Carrot Farm! All are welcome, no experience required. Come meet new people and play in the dirt!
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | A day-long workshop dedicated to the collective practice and reclamation of attention, responding to the predation of the “Attention Economy,” a trillion-dollar industry that seeks to monetize our every waking moment and frack human eyeballs for commercial gain.
Info session, student-led virtual tour, and a presentation from current staff designed for HS students interested in Bennington College.