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"Aloft" by Swan MA ’78

Off campus (see description)

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Aloft, Margaret Swan MA ’78’s solo exhibition of painted aluminum sculpture at Boston Sculptors Gallery, explores the affinity of structures in nature to those found in architecture and the built world around us.

The Spirit of Things

Off campus (see description)

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Art + Practice (A+P) presents the first retrospective solo exhibition by artist Maren Hassinger ’69 in her hometown of Los Angeles.

by Julia Galloway

Vessels: Containment and Displacement, Useful to Grand

VAPA Usdan Gallery

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | A sweeping exhibition of hollow-form ceramics. Curated by faculty members Barry Bartlett and Aysha Peltz. The exhibition will run April 19–May 12, 2018, Tuesdays-Sundays, from 1:00-5:00 pm. 

Half Plan Day | No morning classes; classes will meet beginning at 2:10pm

Bennington Campus

Morgan Parker and Natalie Shapero In Conversation with Michael Dumanis and Phillip B. Williams

Dickinson 209

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Join Michael Dumanis and Phillip B. Williams in a Q&A with visiting poets, Morgan Parker and Natalie Shapero.

Robert Frost Stone House Museum Re-opening

See description

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Bennington College welcomes everyone to visit the re-opening of the Robert Frost Stone House Museum, recently acquired by the school.
Please note, schedule is subject to change.

Screaming Queens: The Riot at Compton's Cafeteria

Tishman Lecture Hall

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Film screening of "Screaming Queens: The Riot at Compton’s Cafeteria" (ITVS 2005).

city illustration in black and white; A Concert of Music from Turkey by David's Harp Carriage Barn Concert Series—Spring 2018

Istanbul 2018: A Concert of Music from Turkey by David's Harp

Deane Carriage Barn

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Philadelphia-based ensemble David's Harp presents music of contemporary Istanbul. Driving folk, haunting ballads, spirited dance tunes, and gritty songs of conflict and the struggles of urban life embody the cultural and musical richness of this cosmopolitan city on two continents.

Poetry at Bennington—Spring 2018

Master Class: Morgan Parker

CAPA Symposium

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Master class with visiting poet Morgan Parker: “The New Lyric Tradition.”

Ruth D. Ewing Lecture Presents: Susan Stryker Spring 2018 SCT Colloquium

Ruth D. Ewing Lecture Presents: Susan Stryker

Tishman Lecture Hall

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | "What Transpires Now: Transgender History and the Future We Need." Susan Stryker is Associate Professor and Director of the Institute for LGBT Studies at the University of Arizona. She is the author of Transgender History. She won a Lambda Literary Award for the anthology The Transgender Studies Reader, and an Emmy Award for the documentary film Screaming Queens: The Riot at Compton's Cafeteria.