Upcoming Events

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

Kathryn Kramer: A Reading from Her Fiction and Non-Fiction

Alumna Kathryn Kramer '75 reads from her work, including an upcoming memoir on growing up in the Republic of Great Books.

Read Great Books
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Music for a Sunday Afternoon: New Music for Saxophone and Guitar

Join us for this concert by the Creviston & Fader Duo playing a collection of unusual compositions by notable new composers.

Hear innovation
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Art as Experience

Part of the Marlboro on the Road series, join us for this panel discussion about John Dewey's call for intensive learning through cultural cinema, with film professor Jay Craven and alumni.

Experience art
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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
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Peter and John

Screening of new film by Jay Craven at Latchis Theater, with option of pre-screening reception at Brattleboro Museum and Arts Center.

Experience cultural cinema
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News & Past Events

Rapid Reviews

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

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

Read more
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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.

Harmonize more
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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

Create more
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Winter Arts Festival: Melancholy Play

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

Yearn more
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Winter Arts Festival: Dances in the Rough

Works-in-progress by students in the choreography class.

Dance more
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