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OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | The MoMA presents Judson Dance Theater: "The Work Is Never Done" exhibition. The show looks at the formative moment in the 1960s when a group of choreographers, visual artists, composers, and filmmakers gathered in Judson Memorial Church, NYC, for a series of workshops that ultimately redefined what counted as dance.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Though working in multiple mediums, Torkwase Dyson (b. Chicago) describes herself as a painter who uses distilled geometric abstraction to create an idiosyncratic language both expressive and diagrammatic.
A performance by Michael Wimberly's Mallet Percussion Ensemble in Greenwall Auditorium during the breakfast for prospective students and their families attending BenningtonWorks.
Dean of Studies Laurie Kobik and Director of Field Work Term and Career Development Faith McClellan will illustrate the framework for two of Bennington's central structures: the Plan Process and Field Work Term for prospective students and their families attending BenningtonWorks. Locations: VAPA Galleria | VAPA Usdan Gallery
How do you write a compelling and heartbreaking story that isn’t simply a manipulative one-note dirge? Literature students in Manuel Gonzales’ class will present works in progress.
Students studying science and mathematics at Bennington not only have a vast array of opportunities to pursue or become involved in original research while classes are session–they also frequently pursue research at world-class institutions over the summer.
The ability to speak and write persuasively is an essential skill for everyone. Whether you are writing a plan essay, applying for a job, or running for public office, you need to be persuasive and compelling. Led by faculty member Karen Gover.
The Christians, by Lucas Hnath, is part church service, part public debate, part gospel concert. Directed by faculty member Kirk Jackson with musical direction by faculty member Kerry Ryer-Parke.