Ignacio Rivera and Aredvi Azad from The HEAL Project hosted a creative and interactive dialogue around relationality, sexual health and healing for survivors and their allies.
March 20-22, 2020
Students are invited to apply to the second annual Radical Practice of Care Retreat, a unique 3-day opportunity for connection and reflection during the last weekend of Spring Break. The retreat is fully funded and includes all meals, lodging, and transportation.
Week of September 9th-13th
Are you a Hampshire College student group signer? Catch ECG at Signer Seminar where we will be offering a learning lab to develop skills in collective leadership: the magic of building strong groups! Signers will learn best practices for successful, enjoyable meetings and events, as well as culture-building tools to sustain student group leadership over the long term. Come share skills in the art of connecting people for a collective purpose!
Thursday, March 7th from 12-1:30pm, Kern 202
Need funding for your divisional work? Trying to support an independent project? Or maybe an internship or volunteer position? Join our collaborative grant info session to learn how to find grant funding on campus, get tips on how to write a strong grant proposal, and put together a budget.
Friday, March 15th – Sunday, March 17th, 2019
The Wellness Center, in collaboration with Ethics & the Common Good, OARS, Spiritual Life, and Residence Life, invite you to the Radical Practice of Care Retreat, a unique 3-day opportunity for connection and reflection. The purpose of this retreat is to explore the ways in which we foster support for ourselves. In turn, we seek to understand how care for oneself is fundamental to and interrelated with caring for others and our communities. Together we will engage in conversations and activities that develop our capacity for care in a manner that is intentional, realistic, and sustainable.
Wednesday, October 17th from 6:30-9pm, Hampshire Art Gallery
Join poet and playwright Magdalena Gómez in a writing workshop interpreting a self-selected image from Pablo Delano’s installation The Museum of the Old Colony. The intention of the workshop is to provide tools with which to interrogate, decode and respond to an image through the written word, to heighten critical viewing, and self awareness in how one approaches viewing.
Wednesday, October 24th from 6:30-8:30pm, Hampshire Art Gallery
Join members of AgitArte, an organization of working class artists and cultural organizers, as they share a series of campus and community presentations on their creative projects and practices from their more than twenty years of cultural solidarity with grassroots struggles against oppression and building alternatives for transforming our world.
Monday, October 1st from 4-5:30pm, Airport Lounge
Need funding for your divisional work? Trying to support an independent project, internship, or volunteer position? Come to our info session and grantwriting workshop! Learn how to find grant funding on campus, get tips on how to make your case, share your ideas, and put together a budget.