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Contrast, an irreverent art & style magazine, used the Poughkeepsie train station for a photo shoot. See more photos and the latest issue. Courtesy of Contrast
The library at Strawberry Hill, 1784, in The Architect’s Library, a Special Collections exhibit. See more images, and listen to Prof. Nicholas Adams explain the importance of Vassar’s collection of notable architecture books.
Detail of Catskills in Spring, 1861, by Charles Herbert Moore. This painting was part of Vassar’s founding art collection. See highlights of the current Art Center collection.
Aubree Piepmeier ’14, center, earned All-America honors less than 24 hours before she received her Vassar diploma. Read her inspiring story.Photo: Mark Dannenhauer
The entrancing set of one of last year’s Powerhouse Mainstage productions, Downtown Race Riot. Check out this year’s schedule, and buy tickets online or at the box office. Photo: Buck Lewis
It’s Reunion Weekend. This year’s 50th reunion class is 1964. Check the schedule of events. Photo: Buck Lewis
This is what “ecstatic” looks like: Martin Couch (behind) with Kelly Nguyen, Elena Gaby, and Ashlei Hardenburg at Cannes where they won Best Student Documentary. Learn more.
Watch a brief video tour of the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center with three student docents as your guides. Photo: Evan Abramson ’00
Richard Greenberg’s The Babylon Line , in rehearsal, with Leslie Bibb and Josh Radnor. Starting June 26 at the Powerhouse. Learn more, and buy your tickets online! Photo: Buck Lewis
You may have seen performances in Skinner Hall of Music, but have you seen inside the organ? Take a brief video tour of Skinner with a student guide. Photo: Buck Lewis
The Card Players, attributed to Bartolomeo Manfredi, part of an Art Center themed installation, Playing Cards, through Aug. 28. Learn more.
In Your Arms, a Powerhouse musical production featuring over twenty dancers performing ten dance vignettes. At the Martel Theater, July 5-13. See a video about the production. Photo: Buck Lewis
A dance class in Kenyon Hall, where you can also find a theater, classrooms, and a gymnasium. Take a brief student-guided video tour of Kenyon. Photo: Ryan Muir ’06
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