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Wood Sided building (VAPA) with a large banner hanging on the wall, green grass, blue sky

Resist COVID / Take 6!

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.

A wall full of posters

Bring It Home

VAPA Usdan Gallery

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.

Queens Girl: Black in the Green Mountains

Queens Girl: Black in the Green Mountains

Virtual Event

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.

No classes

Bennington Campus
pale yellow flyer with the black silhouettes of birds

SEPC Presents: Bird Watching with Faculty Blake Jones

Bennington Campus

The Environment SEPC is hosting their biweekly Bird Watching event with faculty Blake Jones.

unsung stories flyer

Unsung Stories: Women at Columbia's Computer Music Center

Virtual Event

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Composer and Bennington College professor Kitty Brazelton will be speaking in an online roundtable discussion as part of Columbia University’s project "Unsung Stories: Women at Columbia's Computer Music Center".

We are Better Together Support Space

Virtual Event

A space for students to connect with Kat Daley (MSW, Student Health Center) and Ali Tartaglia (Director for Student Health Promotions). Drop in and connect or stay the whole time!

Queens Girl: Black in the Green Mountains: Essential Conversation

Queens Girl: Black in the Green Mountains: Essential Conversation

Virtual Event

Everyman Theatre and Caleen Sinnette Jennings '72 will be hosted by Bennington Drama with support from the President's Working Group in an Essential Conversation about Caleen's play "Queens Girl: Black in the Green Mountains" featuring a panel discussion with faculty members Delia Saenz, Maya Cantu, and Michael Wimberly, and students Imara Glymph '23 and Florence Gill '22.