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Windborne

Join us for this concert and workshop by renowned vocal harmony ensemble, including alumni Lynn Mahoney Rowan and Will Thomas Rowan.

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Winter Visit Days

Join us for a taste of what Marlboro College academics and community have to offer.

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Gender-Free Contra Dance

Join us for this beginner-friendly social dance, with calling by Dugan Murphy and music by the Clemetson Brothers and friends.

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Music for A Sunday Afternoon

Marlboro faculty member Matan Rubinstein is joined by two master musicians for a concert of original works.

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how to survive a plague

Join Marlboro student Ricarrdo Valentine and his partner Orlando Zane Hunger, Jr., for this interdisciplinary meditation on the artistic generational gap between those lost in the global epidemic, AIDS.

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Music for a Sunday Afternoon

Marlboro welcomes a duo of fascinating figures from the New York City music scene, composer and percussionist Adam Rudolph and pianist Alexis Marcelo, in a concert of wild and wide-ranging music.

Sounds of the World
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Capstone Presentations

Join us for presentations by students in our management and teaching with technology programs.

Apply what you learn
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Music for a Sunday Afternoon: Samara Piano Quartet

Join this world-class quartet for a program of works by Brahms and Dvorak.

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Eurydice

Staging of an abridged version of feminist playwright Sarah Ruhl's play, part of senior Erin Huang-Shaffer's Plan in theater and dance.

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News & Past Events

2017 Graduates Added to Virtual Plan Room

Check out the Virtual Plan Room, Marlboro College's online resource for exploring Plan of Concentration subjects, where 15 recent graduates have just been added.

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Remembering Howard Frank Mosher

Marlboro film/video professor and filmmaker Jay Craven will present a screening of his film Where the Rivers Flow North, based on a novel by the late Howard Frank Mosher, and discuss his longstanding collaboration with the Vermont writer.

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Remembering Howard Frank Mosher

Marlboro film/video professor and filmmaker Jay Craven will present a screening of his film Where the Rivers Flow North, based on a novel by the late Howard Frank Mosher, and discuss his longstanding collaboration with the Vermont writer.

Larger than life
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Ways of Learning: An Apprentice Boatbuilder in Japan

Douglas Brooks will share his decades of apprenticeships and experience building boats in Japan.

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Rapid Reviews

  • Thursday, December 7, 2017 - 3:00pmAppletree

Find your winter break reading, and enjoy some milk and cookies, at this December's Rapid Reviews.

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