This has been a long, long, cold, cold winter. At times it has seemed nearly unbearable. Traditionally cultures, especially those with long, cold, winters, have relied on some variation of the fire circle to keep the invernal chill at bay. Campfires, hearths and woodstoves provide a source of heat, while the act of gathering around [...]
One of our Fall 2013 Course Development Grants was awarded to Megan Lyster and Myrna Breitbart, who are experimenting with a new type of co-taught course model, in which two courses – one in social entrepreneurship, the other in urban planning – would interface with each other while remaining discrete courses:
We met [...]
Course Development Grant recipients Jill Lewis and Talya Kingston, who are teaching the Feminist Matters Uncourse, in conjunction with UMass Theater’s Black/queer/diaspora/womyn Festival invite you to a brunch talk/workshop on Performance of Identity with Sharon Bridgforth and Trey Anthony on Friday, February 28th from 10am-noon in the Hampshire College Library Main Gallery.
Trey Anthony, an [...]
Join a campus-wide interactive discussion of global issues and new ideas for the emerging future. These three events engage the entire campus in different forms of discussion, interaction and practice for the next generation of leaders and innovators.
WORLD CAFE: THE EMERGING FUTURE
w/ Dr. Otto Scharmer [...]
We are pleased to once again offer the Roddenberry Big Impact Grant for Prototyping and Field Testing, funded by a generous gift from the Roddenberry Foundation. This year we are offering a single grant of $20,000 to a Hampshire student, faculty or alum with a groundbreaking solution to a humanitarian, [...]
A main component of our mission is to promote unexpected encounters and connections across campus in the hopes of sparking a creative insight or collaboration, changing the direction of someone’s academic work to explore new content or practices, or questioning an established status quo. To that end we’ve developed the Spring Course Connection Experiment.
The Creativity Center has provided support for the work of Professor Peter Kallok Fall 2013 course, “Where Are the Dressing Rooms? Exploring Spaces for Perform.” Designers, choreographers, and performers frequently face a traditional empty space or, as is often the case, face a nontraditional space and then question how to “fill” or design within it. [...]
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