Featuring Blanca Uribe and Richard Wilson, pianos.
This is an in-person event that will also be streamed live
James Ruff, tenor and Early Gaelic Harpist, explores the famous Marian pilgrimage site in Walsingham, England, and the music from three periods: Medieval pilgrimage, Tudor destruction and lamentation, and the shrine’s restoration exactly one hundred years ago.
An open dialogue for the Black men and men of color on Vassar’s campus.
This presentation by a disability rights advocate and SUNY New Paltz education professor will provide an opportunity to explore practical approaches to improving access to build inclusive environments. Sponsored by the Vassar Institute for the Liberal Arts.
The Regents Professor of History at the University of Montana will discuss her most recent book at an event honoring Miriam Cohen, Evalyn Clark Professor Emerita of History. Campus community only, please.
Professor Sturken of New York University’s Department of Media, Culture, and Communication will discuss the 9/11 Memorial and the National Memorial for Peace and Justice.
Shaughnessy, the award-winning author of seven poetry collections, is a Professor of English at Rutgers University–Newark.
Feigen, a prominent feminist activist, lawyer, and author of Not One of the Boys: Living Life as a Feminist (Knopf 2000, 2020), will be honored with the Alumnae/i Association of Vassar College’s Spirit of Vassar Award immediately after her talk. Attend in person or virtually.
Kwan, Chair of UC Berkeley’s Department of Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies, will discuss her new book, which explores intercultural duets between artists of different backgrounds. Campus community only, please.
The artists’ cooperative LongReach Arts is an important part of the Hudson Valley’s cultural life. Opening reception Thursday, September 22, 5:30 p.m.–7:30 p.m.
Qigong is an ancient Chinese health-care system that integrates physical posture, breathing techniques, and focused intentions. This virtual class is for all levels and will be held every Monday until the end of the Spring Semester.
A month-long online art auction and three-day, in-person sale to support the Vassar Haiti Project’s Education Initiative in Chermaitre, a rural village in northwest Haiti. Hundreds of original paintings and handcrafts made in Haiti will be offered.
Enter your play! Accepting submissions from all Vassar juniors and seniors from any academic discipline from now until January 20, 2023.