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Watch an awesome National Geographic video of professor Andrew Tallon’s high-tech research on the National Cathedral.
Tibetan Buddhist lamas of the Drikung lineage constructed a sand mandala at Vassar in conjunction with an exhibition, “Embodying Compassion in Buddhist Art,” curated by art professor Karen Lucic. Watch the video!
Bio and cog sci professor John Long has an interesting take on this painting by Roberto Matta. Watch the video!
An early rehearsal of Rain, a play about two married couples who find themselves quarantined on a small island during a torrential storm. Get your tickets now. July 10-12
The Powerhouse Apprentice Company performs Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night at the Vassar Farm, July 10-12. Free! Read more. Photo: Buck Lewis
Art professor Eve D’Ambra offers an insightful interpretation of this Roman funerary relief. Watch the Art Talk.
Rehearsal shot from Loving v. Virginia, about a black woman and a white man who get married in Virginia in 1958, violating state laws against miscegenation. Get tickets! July 17-19.Photo: Buck Lewis
The Light Years—a haunting love story spanning 40 years, set at the Chicago World’s Fairs of 1893 and 1933. Get tickets! July 23-Aug 2 Photo: Buck Lewis
English professor Amitava Kumar discusses four photographs taken in the immediate aftermath of 9-11. Watch the Art Talk.
Rehearsal photo of the Powerhouse Apprentice Company's production of Shakespeare’s Much Ado about Nothing at the Vassar Farm, July 23-25. Free! Learn more. Photo: Buck Lewis
Just because it's summer!
Vassar’s first professor, Maria Mitchell, her sister, and four Vassar graduates, journeyed over 2,000 miles by train in order to observe the eclipse of July 29, 1878. Read more…
English professor Patricia Wallace gives a lyrical interpretation of this sculpture by David Smith in this 2-minute Art Talk.
Last chance for Powerhouse! Get your tickets for The Light Years, a love story spanning 40 years set at the Chicago World’s Fairs of 1893 and 1933. Photo: Buck Lewis
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