Arguably one of the better texts I’ve received in a long time. Screw Ross Commons’ free Reiki sessions… let’s all destress by jumping in some forty-foot hamster balls and trying to destroy each other. This is productive art if I’ve ever seen it. Thanks to Professor Sanford Mirling for assigning an epic final project, and to his Sculpture 2 Class for taking Sculpture 2. I’ll tell my profs they should consider following suit next semester.
WHERE: Battell Beach WHEN: Tuesday, May 14 @ 2pm COST: Arsty/Hipster/Athlete mindset all at once.
If you’re curious what such a battle might look like, I think I’ve found a JV version: Continue reading →
Tonight (Monday), Sanford Mirling’s Advanced Studio Art class will present their independent work in the Johnson Pit Space, starting at 7PM. Expect performance, video, 3D and 2D pieces.
We’ve followed this class’s work over the course of the semester (they had a separate show up for the spring symposium), and we’re expecting tonight to feature some of the more radical and exciting stuff to come out of Midd’s Studio Art department in a while. If you make it to Johnson once this semester, this is probably the night you want to be there.
Also, some of the posters around have noted that the opening will feature “chicks” with power tools. seems worth noting.
There will be free pizza, doughnuts, coca cola and other drinks.
Dylan Redford (video begins at: 7:00) Hannah King Maddie Dai Maisie Ogata Spencer Brown Sophia Gubernick Annie Ulrich Evio Isaac Ally Silberkleit
That’s right, this is no cheap imitation seafood stuff that you get in the Ross salad bar. This Monday, May 13th, the Inter Commons Council (ICC) will be a hosting a lobster dinner in Proctor and Ross for the entire campus. Word on the street is, the lobsters are fresh from Maine, and you know that means they be delish.
WHERE: Proctor and Ross WHEN: May 13th, 5 PM-7 PM COST: freeee
All semester, 90 of the most creative creatures on campus toil away in the Old Stone Mill and its Annex. They bake macaroons, make spin art, build guitars, paint, fire pottery, sing, design board games, and even brew beer. TODAY, they’re bringing their talents to Proctor Terrace!
Come by for some Fruit Kebabs, Cups ‘o Dirt (Oreos and gummy worms), Pumpkin Scones and more.
And there’s music: Thank God for Mississippi is playing starting at 4:30!
Look like some sort of cult meeting? No fear, it’s just the annual spring feast at Weybridge House! Weybridge makes really good dinners most Monday nights (hidden gem), but this feast is taking home cooking to a whole different level. This feast has a “Mad Hatter in the Garden Theme”, which seems pretty trippy and unrelated to food, but Weybridge tells us there will be local dishes from hundreds (wowz!) of people “featuring treats like meat and cheese“… our imaginations are feasting at this extensive detail! No matter what they make, Weybridge food is always far superior to dining halls and many of our mothers, and finals suck so you might as well take a break and lavish in some free food. Plus, there will be music from Nest ‘O Rebels, and “a whole lotta love”.
BE SURE TO BRING YOUR OWN BOWLS AND SPOONS!
WHEN: Today, 5pm WHERE: Weybridge house COST: nada
If you’ve ever heard the Mamajamas sing, you know they’re the shit.
Did you know that there was a Mamajama on the Mayflower? and at the Salem Witch trials? Did you know that a Mamajama played an integral role in the stock market crash, Watergate, and the Monica Lewinsky scandal? Come to the Mamajamas Final concert of the year to watch the Mamajamas travel back in time and recount their very own version of American History.This is you LAST CHANCE to see our wonderful seniors SARAH CONSAGRA, BEN WAGNER, and SHANNON MUSCATELLO perform so we know you wouldn’t miss it for the world!Whether you’re a senior who has never seen an a cappella group perform, or you’re in desperate need of a study break before finals, or you need to bring your mom to something extra special on mothers day, or if either Shannon, Ben or Sarah are on your crush list…then COME TO PEARSONS LOUNGE on Sunday, May 12th at 8:15pm!!
WHEN: Sunday May 12th
PLACE: Pearsons Lounge
WHAT: Mamajamas Final Concert: Bards of American History
WHY: To celebrate and say goodbye to our lovely seniors Sarah Consagra, Ben Wagner, and Shannon Muscatello
Francois "Divaman" Clemmons and Fred Rogers, on set of Mr. Rogers Neighborhood
After a 16 year career as singer, professor, conductor, artist in residence, and spiritual leader of Middlebury College, Francois Clemmons is singing his final concert before retirement tonight at 8pm in the Mahaney Center for the Arts Concert Hall.
For those of you who have been fortunate enough to have shared a friendship with Francois Clemmons or seen one of his previous performances, you will most certainly be at the concert tonight. If you have never been to one of his performances, this is not one to miss. His incredible voice and stage-presence are the perfect way to rejuvenate yourself from the grind of pre-finals and get ready for friday night and all that is happening later tonight. No one knows what the Divaman has in store until the show itself, and this one is looking to be entirely unique and unforgettably special. Oh, and he also won a grammy for opera and an emmy for Mr. Roger's Neighborhood. This dude can sing.
What: Divaman's final concert before retirement Date: Tonight, Friday May 10th Time: 8pm Where: CFA Concert Hall Cost: FREE