New work by visual art faculty emeritus opening at Brattleboro Museum and Art Center
American studies professor Kate Ratcliff interviews social documentary photographer Dona Ann McAdams
Faculty emeritus Tim Segar discusses his exhibit Character Development.
Reconnect and hear readings by Cate Marvin DuPont '93 and Erica Kent '92
Save the date for this year's Home Days, September 27-29.
Join us for a reading and discussion by acclaimed Syrian essayist, short story writer, and musician.
David Hinton continues his engagement with this workshop exploring Ch'an (Zen) Buddhism in ancient Chinese and modern American Poetry.
The combined organization offers statewide resources for nonprofit organizations.
Exhibit and talk by interdisciplinary artist Wilder Alison
Exhibit and talk by artist Terri Warpinski, focusing on three border zones: the Israel-Palestine separation, the US-Mexico border, and the former Berlin wall.
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