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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.

Last day to withdraw from full term Spring 2021 courses

Bennington Campus
headshot of a woman in a black coat with dangling silver earrings against a white brick wall

Ruth D. Ewing Lecture Presents: Dr. Kim TallBear

Virtual Event

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Settler-colonial society enforces the idea of promiscuous relating as lacking in purpose, as gratuitous. In her talk, "Love Promiscuous Style: Unsettling Settler Love" Kim TallBear considers how to make love and kin promiscuously without privileging romance, biological connection, and human connection, but neither denigrating nor foreclosing generous human romantic and/or sexual connections when mutually desired and consensual.

black and white photo of Milford Graves at a drum kit

Milford Graves: A Bennington Tribute

Virtual Event

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Join us as we dedicate a very special Music Workshop to the memory of faculty member emeritus Milford Graves, sharing performances and reflections on his extraordinary legacy of music and teaching.

portrait painting style photo of a woman wearing an elizabethan ruff and holding a baby VALS—Spring 2021

Fabiola Jean-Louis

Virtual Event

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Born in Port au Prince, Haiti, Brooklyn-based Fabiola Jean-Louis uses ‘painterly’ photography as a vehicle for her love of Afro-futurism, science/ science fiction, pre and post-industrial eras, elves, fairies, and history and folklore. Fabiola Jean-Louis will speak at this weeks Visual Arts Lecture Series.