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MacArthur-winning artist Carrie Mae Weems's national public awareness campaign Resist COVID / Take 6! comes to Southern Vermont and the Berkshires, with signage and merchandise presented by Usdan Gallery in collaboration with regional partners.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | The exhibition "Bring It Home" distributes commissioned posters by BIPOC artists to the public, inviting audiences to install works in personal spaces.
Streaming of "Queens Girl: Black in the Green Mountains" by Caleen Sinnette Jennings '72 will be available to Bennington faculty, staff, and students through April 10.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Online premier of the documentary "New Mexicans Taking Action on Plastic Waste" followed by expert panel.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | How did the moral police in 1720s Paris learn about the hidden queer subcultures it sought to regulate? The strange career of Nicolas Theru (c.1661-1737), a professor at the University of Paris, shows that police relied on institutions of higher education. Benjamin Bernard, a Ph.D. Candidate in the Princeton Department of History, will present.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Carrie Mae Weems joins students from Bennington College, Williams College and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts for an online public conversation in conjunction with her 2020-21 nationwide campaign Resist Covid / Take 6!.
Class of 2025 Admitted Student Event: Drama at Bennington College
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Learn more about federal legislation to address plastic pollution and the climate crisis.
Class of 2025 Admitted Student Event: Public Action at Bennington College: Students Engaged in the Urgent Problems of the World
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Presenter Alexis Goldsmith, Beyond Plastics National Organizer and moderator Hildur Palsdottir, Transition Town member will discuss ways to tackle our plastic pollution crisis and advance regenerative, inclusive solutions that are good for our environment, our health, and our economy.