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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.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Talk with our Dean of Students, Dr. Li-Chen Chin, during her weekly office hours.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Grab lunch in the Dining Hall and join Michael Dumanis in a Q&A with visiting poet Paisley Rekdal.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Dr. Bose’s research focuses on migration, transnationalism, diasporas, and diverse environments. He is part of an ongoing multi-site, multi-year study of economic as well as other forms of development and population displacement which has resulted in several publications including the co-authored Displacement by Development: Ethics, Rights and Responsibilities. Dr. Bose, a local of Vermont, published extensively on racial and ethnic diversity (or lack thereof) of the state of Vermont and the meaning of “becoming New Vermonter” for refugees and displaced persons who are resettled in Vermont.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Join Renée Bourchard and Genevieve Plunkett '11 in a six month-long, image and text landscape study! Beginning in May, participants will meet once a month to explore, record, and contemplate the beautiful and history-laden setting in and around Robert Frost’s Vermont home.
CAMPUS COMMUNITY ONLY | A Platform Projects Presentation.
Admitted Student Event - Student Accessibility: Academic Disability Accommodations and General Support Webinar