Upcoming Events

Nature, Nurture, Culture, Chance

Alumna and artist Michelle Holzapfel talks about her work, exhibited in Drury Gallery with the work of David Holzapfel from January 20 through February 13.

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Beasts, Caves, and Gargoyles

Electro-acoustic concert by Salvatore Macchia, contrabassist, and Jazer Giles, electronics and video. CANCELLED

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Zap Mama & Antibalas

Two exciting acts in contemporary Afro music together for the first time, part of a national tour brought to Vermont by Kingdom County Productions

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The Bamidele Dancers & Drummers

This talented and group presents music and performance from Africa, the Americas, and the Caribbean.

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Winter Visit Day

Join us in February for a look at Marlboro's programs and Vermont's snow

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J.S. Bach’s Goldberg Variations

Concert to benefit the Marlboro Alliance Scholarship Fund featuring Ida Kavafian, violin, Steve Tenenbom, viola, and Peter Wiley, cello.

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News & Past Events

Marlboro Remembers Jaysinh Birjepatil

Literature professor admired for vast knowledge and gentle kindness

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College Breaks Ground for New Visual Arts Center

Ground was broken for the new Snyder Center for the Visual Arts as part of the Winter Arts Festival.

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Outside Manhattan: John Dewey’s Case for Intensive Learning and Cultural Cinema

Marlboro "On the Road" returns to New York for this exciting event, featuring a panel discussion with film professor Jay Craven and alumni Jesse Nesser and Amanda Wilder.

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Approaching the Elephant

Film screening and discussion featuring Marlboro alumna and director Amanda Wilder and film professor and producer Jay Craven.

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Giving Tuesday

Support your favorite liberal arts college and just say no to rampant consumerism, on Giving Tuesday

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