Upcoming Events

Music for a Sunday Afternoon: Vermont Headstones

Program of music for viola, oboe, piano, and baritone voice, including music from Bruch, Bach, and Vermont Headstones by Marlboro faculty member Stan Charkey.

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“In the Name of the One Who Has No Name”

Marlboro religion faculty Amer Latif explores constructing and deconstructing God in Islamic practice and ritual.

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Music for a Sunday Afternoon: 1911

Pianist Michael Arnowitt presents a program of pieces from a century ago, including works by Rachmaninoff, Bartok, Ravel, Schoenberg, and Stravinsky.

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Transfer Discovery Day

Find your place in Marlboro's close-knit academic community at a visit day designed specifically for transfer students.

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Bête Comme un Peintre (Stupid Like a Painter)

Join us for this special "Marlboro College on the Road" event in Greenfield, Massachusetts, featuring visual arts faculty Cathy Osman and Tim Segar.

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News & Past Events

Marlboro Welcomes New Faculty in Economics

John Rush brings a wealth of experience and interests, with a specific research focus on the effect of natural disasters on developing countries.

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Tools for Action: Performative Inflatables

  • Tuesday, October 7, 2014 - 7:00pmAppletree

German artist and activist Artúr van Balen will discuss Tools for Action, an artist's collective that brings attention to world issues through the use of inflatables.

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Phoning Home

  • Thursday, October 2, 2014 - 7:00pmAppletree

Jacob Appel reads from his collection of essays Phoning Home and his novel The Biology of Luck

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Cathy Osman Awarded VAC Creation Grant

Visual arts faculty member reflects on Cambodia in a series of collage-based works, with support from the Vermont Arts Council.

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Marlboro Well Represented at Climate March

Students join the nearly 400,000 demonstrators surging through the heart of New York City in advance of U.N. Climate Summit.

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