Detail of J. Pindyck Miller ’60, Youbie Obie, 1972-75, 1985, Corten steel. Photo by Matt Gillis ’18.
Friday, July 8, 2016, 12:00 PM
Come enjoy Middlebury’s beautiful campus and its incredible collection of public art. On this walking tour, Middlebury College Museum of Art summer interns Claire Borre ’18 and Matt Gillis ’18 introduce highlights from the College’s large and distinguished collection of outdoor sculpture.
Tour departs from the Middlebury College Museum of Art in the Mahaney Center for the Arts and continues across campus, ending at Bicentennial Hall. Rain or shine. Free.
Mahaney Center for the Arts Lower Lobby,Mahaney Center for the Arts Cafe
Tattoo artist Nakona Macdonald of Blue Dragon Tattoo in San Francisco gives a six-hour tattooing demonstration in the Lower Lobby of Mahaney Center for the Arts, followed by a Japanese sake cash bar from 4:00 to 6:00 PM. Presented in conjunction with the exhibition Perseverance: Japanese Tattoo Tradition in a Modern World, on view at the Middlebury College Museum of Art through August 7. Free
Ioana Uricaru (Film and Media Culture) has received a major prize from the Romanian National Center for Cinema’s annual production support competition. This grant provides production support for a film titled Honeymoon/Lemonade which tells the story of a Romanian single mother who is a recent immigrant to the US. Lemonade was previously developed through the Cannes Film Festival’s Cinefondation Residency and the Sundance Screenwriters’ and Directors’ Labs. This project is the focus of Ioana’s academic leave next year as a writer director. The grant amount of €656,000 was the largest awarded in this year’s competition and will cover about 70% of the film’s costs.
It was the best of Reports. It was the worst of Reports. Yesterday the House Benghazi Committee finally revealed its long-awaited 800-page report detailing its findings regarding the 2012 attacks in Libya. The New York Times headlined its story this way: “House Benghazi Report Finds No New Evidence of Wrongdoing by Hillary Clinton.” The online […]
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Through mid-August, our Middlebury and Monterey campuses have trial access to this database from Al-Manhal, the only provider of full-text searchable databases of scholarly and scientific publications from the Arab and Islamic world. Al-Manhal’s over 13,000 e-books and 300 peer-reviewed journals can be searched through the user-friendly platform linked above. The full-text content is also fully indexed in Summon. (Allow a few days after this post for all Al-Manhal content to be find-able in Summon by Middlebury and MIIS users.)
In June 2015, Middlebury College and the Vermont Land Trust, with the support of Louis Bacon ’79, signed a conservation easement forever protecting Middlebury’s 2,100 acre Bread Loaf campus. A photo exhibit in the Davison Library for the summer celebrates this initiative. Photographs by Brett Simison and stories from people involved in the conservation project illustrate not only the campus’s natural beauty, but also its literary lineage, ecological diversity, and imaginative space. This exhibit helps explain why Bread Loaf is a landmark place, and celebrates its perpetual protection. We invite you to come see these photos, read the stories, and think about why Bread Loaf is important to you.
Sponsored by Middlebury College’s Franklin Environmental Center at Hillcrest