Upcoming Events

Earth Week events

Check out some of these campus events in recognition of Earth Day

Honor Earth
  • Undergraduate

Slapdash Sophisticated Doozy: An Evening of Awkward Pleasantries

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

More Pleasantries
  • Undergraduate

Crossing Borders: Interdisciplinary Work and Marlboro College Abroad

Join us in Portland, Oregon, for a talk by Carol Hendrickson, retired professor of anthropology at The Cleaners at Ace Hotel.

Cross more boarders
  • Undergraduate

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
  • Undergraduate

Dog of Montargis

Premiere of film by Plan students Reily Mumpton and Jenny Smyth

Sniff this out
  • Undergraduate

Between the Body and the Breathing Earth

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
  • Undergraduate

Wordpress for Beginners

Workshop with Marjorie Ray, part of the HOT (Hands On Tech) series.

Share Your Words
  • Graduate

Tom Connor’s Gift

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

Listen more
  • Undergraduate

News & Past Events

Fiscal Responsibility and Fraud Protection

Workshop with Julie McNeal on understanding the fiscal responsibilities and finances of nonprofit boards, part of the Board Leadership Institute.

Be fiscally responsible
  • Graduate
  • Nonprofit

Board Development

Workshop with Ariel Brooks on finding new potential board members, part of the Board Leadership Institute

Participate more
  • Graduate
  • Nonprofit

In the works: The Set Up: Saya Lei

Dance encounter with Wally Cardona and Myint Mo, artists-in-residence at Vermont Performance Lab.

Encounter dance
  • Undergraduate

A River Twice

  • Tuesday, February 24, 2015 - 4:00pmApple Tree

Artist's talk and exhibit based on artist Gina Siepel's experience on the Kennebec River in a boat she built.

Paddle down
  • Undergraduate

Music for a Sunday Afternoon: Mostly Russian

A program of mostly Russian works for piano, violin, and viola featuring Anya Shemetyeva Merfeld, Nelli Jabotinsky, and Robert Merfeld. 

Learn more Russian
  • Undergraduate

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