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OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | In the Bulawayo to Bennington: Diasporic Rendition, Blackness as Liberty exhibition, the artist aims to orient a visual representation of the African Diaspora within the medium of the image. This project spans 4 years of work made across continents and explores the diverse and multi-faceted nature of what it means to be a diasporan, how representation is inherently linked to identity, and whether or not any kind of return to ancestry, to home, or to the self is possible once lost.
Bennington College Music presents our annual week of senior projects in music by members of the Class of 2022.
CAMPUS COMMUNITY ONLY | A Platforms Projects Presentation
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | This talk will explore the many kinds and types of work that comprise the term “appropriation,” and we'll talk about why certain work offends us, or doesn’t.
CAMPUS COMMUNITY ONLY | We invite the community to join these session where we will present drafts of the Bennington College mission statement.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Paisley Rekdal is the author of six books of poetry, most recently Nightingale (Copper Canyon, 2019), which rewrites many of the myths in Ovid’s Metamorphoses. Rekdal is a Distinguished Professor at the University of Utah and serves as Utah's Poet Laureate.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Dr. Kara Lavender Law, Research Professor of Oceanography with the Sea Education Association in Woods Hole, MA will be this years Robert H. Woodworth Lecture in the Sciences. Dr Law will be discussing A Global Look at Plastic in the Ocean. Please note that this event will be fully virtual.