Upcoming Events

Turning the Pages

A rare look into the private journal pages of EWM, local artist Elizabeth Whittemore MacArthur.

Turn the page
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Current Work

Performance choreographed by Alexis Zaccarello, performed by Matthew Walker, K. Louise Layman, and Julia Radomyski.

Dress comfortably
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Music for a Sunday Afternoon

Concert by Renana Gutman and Ieva Jokubaviciute, featuring piano works by Schubert, Chopin, Debussy, Brahms, and Faure.

Once more, with feeling
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Education and Inequality in Chile

Talk by Seth Zimmerman, research associate at Princeton University.

Learn more equally
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Collaboration across Disciplines: Moving Images in and through the Body

Talk by artist and filmmaker Sarah Bliss, who collaborates with other artists, historians, and scientists to explore relationships between body, place, language, and memory.

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Difference as Encounter with the World: Deleuze’s Difference and Repetition

Talk by visiting professor Casey Ford regarding Deleuze's argument that "difference" is the ultimate ground of reality.

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Admitted Student Visit Weekend

Join us to experience all that Marlboro has to offer at a full weekend of events on Potash Hill.

Find your habitat at Marlboro
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  • Visits

Liquid Fun

Comedy improv with Boston University's versatile laugh troupe

Improv this
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Evolfo

Concert and dance party with Boston-based "gypsy funk" band

Dance up a spring
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Music for a Sunday Afternoon

Concert by violinist Andrew Eng and pianist Tae Kim, including works by Biber, Shubert, and Enesco.

Duo Sonata
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He Mele A Hilo

Reading by award-winning performer, educator, poet, and novelist Ryka Aoki.

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Interrogating our Own Questions about Muslim Women, Islam, and the Veil

Talk by Sufia Uddin, associate professor of religious studies at Connecticut College and author of Constructing Bangladesh: Religion, Ethnicity, and Language in an Islamic Nation.

Explore religious elements
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Making Sense of Loss

Sculpture and installation in clay in Drury Gallery by senior Liza Mitrofanova, with an opening April 16.

Explore clay
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R.U.R.

Production of Karel Čapek's groundbreaking science fiction play, directed by Marlboro senior Saskia Giramma as part of her Plan of Concentration.

Travel to the future
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Slapdash Sophisticated Doozy: An Evening of Awkward Pleasantries

Performance by Erika Klemperer as part of her Plan of Concentration.

More Pleasantries
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Crossing Borders: Interdisciplinary Work and Marlboro College Abroad

Talk by Carol Hendrickson, retired professor of anthropology at The Cleaners at Ace Hotel in Portland, Oregon.

Cross more boarders
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Crossing Borders: Interdisciplinary Work and Marlboro College Abroad

Join us at San Francisco Art Institute for this talk by Carol Hendrickson, retired anthropology professor.

Flow Global
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Language and the Ecology of Sensory Experience

Talk by renowned cultural ecologist David Abram, author of The Spell of the Sensuous: Perception and Language in a More-than-Human World.

Perceive more
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Tom Connor’s Gift

Reading by Cavid Cates, award-winning poet and novelist, from his new novel Tom Connor's Gift.

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News & Past Events

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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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.

Understand more
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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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