Upcoming Events

Peter and John

Screening of the latest film from the Movies from Marlboro film intensive, directed by film professor Jay Craven

An evening in Nantucket
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Tom Connor’s Gift

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

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The Spaces Between

A Plan Show choreographed by senior Rosie Kahan, examining the interactions of cisgender women.

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Western-Martial Arts

Demonstration by senior Reily Mumpton, as part of his Plan of Concentration in history and film/video studies.

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Conatus

A performative playground for experimentation, reflection, and the philosophy of Benedict de Spinoza, by senior Tommy Arsenault.

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Transfer Discovery Day

Looking for more in a college experience? Find out where your intellectual interests might lead at a Marlboro Transfer Discovery Day.

Discover Marlboro
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Open Lab

Engagement with Vermont Performance Lab artists: community picnic, open rehearsals, workshop, conversations, film

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News & Past Events

Winter Arts Festival: Music for a Sunday Afternoon

Robert Merfeld and Paul Cohen play cello sonatas of Vivaldi

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Rapid Reviews

  • Thursday, December 11, 2014 - 3:00pmAppletree

Hear students, faculty, and staff review their favorite books, each one in a minute or less.

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Wintersongs

Seasonal songs and lush harmonies by San Francisco women's vocal ensemble Kitka in a free concert presented by Kingdom County Productions and Marlboro College.

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Winter Arts Festival: Open Studios and VAC groundbreaking

See works-in-progress at this festive, kick-off event for the weekend-long Winter Arts Festival, including the groundbreaking for the Snyder Center for the Visual Arts

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Winter Arts Festival: Melancholy Play

Sarah Ruhl's contemporary farce of emotional adventure, directed by visiting theater professor Rosalie Purvis.

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