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Authorship, Architecture, Anonymity: The Impossible Career of Petra Andrejova-Molnàr

VAPA Usdan Gallery

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | “Authorship, Architecture, Anonymity” is Katarina Burin's production as Petra Andrejova-Molnàr (known as P.A.), a fictional female Czech architect from the 1930s. The show is curated by Farhad Mirza '12 and Anne Thompson.

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Fall Admissions Saturdays

Bennington Campus

At Bennington we learn by experiencing, and we invite you to do the same. Join us on select Saturdays during the fall for an in-depth look at how Bennington students live, learn, and create. 

VA Community Open House

VAPA B209

VA Students in the 3rd term and subsequent terms are strongly encouraged to attend to learn about the review process.

NECHE Open Forum for Students

Commons

The visiting team from the New England Commission of Higher Education will be on campus meeting with students, faculty, staff, and trustees from September 22-25 in the Commons Atrium. Your participation is vital. What the visiting team sees and hears during their visit, in addition to what they have read in our Self-Study, will inform the assessment they will submit to NECHE concerning our continuing accreditation. Please make time in your schedule to attend one of the open forums.

NECHE Open Forum for Faculty

CAPA Symposium

The visiting team from the New England Commission of Higher Education will be on campus meeting with students, faculty, staff, and trustees from September 22-25. Your participation is vital. What the visiting team sees and hears during their visit, in addition to what they have read in our Self-Study, will inform the assessment they will submit to NECHE concerning our continuing accreditation.

NECHE Open Forum for Staff

CAPA Symposium

The visiting team from the New England Commission of Higher Education will be on campus meeting with students, faculty, staff, and trustees from September 22-25. Your participation is vital. What the visiting team sees and hears during their visit, in addition to what they have read in our Self-Study, will inform the assessment they will submit to NECHE concerning our continuing accreditation.

VALS—Fall 2019

Terran Last Gun

Tishman Lecture Hall

OPEN TO PUBLIC | Terran Last Gun (b. 1989) is a New Mexico-based printmaker. Primarily using serigraphy, Last Gun’s prints use geometric abstraction and color field aesthetics to depict pre-American landscapes and engage with his Blackfoot ancestry.