Vermont Choreographers’ Showcase

December 11, 2015

Fri. 12/11 at 7:00 PM at the MCA: An evening of new dance works by Erika Lawlor Schmidt, Paula Higa, The Montpelier Movement Collective, and surprise guests, with live music, projected film, innovative improvisation, and dynamic choreography. Tickets: $12/10/6

Bodies In the Classroom: A Workshop in Inclusive Pedagogies

September 24, 2015

Thu. 9/24 at 12:30 PM at the Grille conference room: For Middlebury faculty and staff: This workshop facilitated by Maya Doig-Acuna ’16, Miguel Fernandez, and Catharine Wright will outline concrete strategies to make your classroom more inclusive. RSVP to Michaela Davico by Mon. 9/21.

Catherine D’Ignazio

January 21, 2016

Thu. 1/21 at 5:30 PM at Johnson: Researcher, artist, and software developer Catherine D’Ignazio illustrates how she uses art and technology for civic engagement. Her work explores issues ranging from geographic bias in the news media to water quality to transgender rights.  Free

Taking Flight

May 11, 2016

Wed. 5/11 at 4:30 PM at the MCA: An informal showing of improvised movement works by students in the DANC 261 Improvisational Practices class, with sound by Dance Program musician Ron Rost. Free

Bodies of Early German Expressionism in the Weimar Era

February 2, 2016

Tues. 2/2 at 1:00 PM at the MCA: Sophie Bufton ’15.5 presents her independent research in dance history and German ausdruckstanz philosophy, with a focus on the works and influence of Mary Wigman (pictured). Free

Public Sculpture Walking Tour

July 8, 2016

Fri. 7/8 at Noon at the Museum: Come enjoy Middlebury College’s beautiful campus and its incredible collection of public art. On this walking tour, museum interns Claire Borre ’18 and Matt Gillis ’18 introduce highlights from the college’s large and distinguished collection of outdoor sculpture. Rain or shine. Free

Selected Scenes from Will, a New Play by Jon Glascoe ’78

February 28, 2016

Sun. 2/28 at 5:00 PM at the MCA: Shakespeare stands chained in the Tower of London, to be questioned by Robert Cecil and eventually the Queen herself. Performed by members of the Vermont Shakespeare Festival. Reception to follow. Free


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