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Theme: Bilingual-Special Education Interface Keynote speakers: Dr. Rebecca Hawley and Nahaan. Dr. Hawley has worked in the field of Early Childhood Education, focusing on Early Intervention/Special Education, Family Support Services, and Head Start/Early Head Start Federal programming for over 15 years.
Goddard College's MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts (MFAIA) Art Crawl is a multi-media celebration of the arts. Free and open to the public. Grab a map (available on campus) and join us for student artwork and performances spread around the campus. From unexpected installations and spontaneous performances, to more traditional works in painting, sculpture and photography, the MFA Art Crawl offers an opportunity to experience the joy of creation and the potency of the arts in a myriad of forms.
Is writing your passion? Are you looking to begin or finish your undergraduate degree? Join us for a conference call to learn about our BFA in Creative Writing Program! Program Director Janet Sylvester will discuss Goddard's low-residency BFA in Creative Writing Program, including its newly launched literary journal, DUENDE.
Join us for "Challenging Dominant Stories Through Art, Activism, and Community," a panel discussion and celebration of the newly-published anthology Transformative Language Arts in Action (Rowman & Littlefield, November 2014), co-edited by Goddard Graduate Institute Program Director Ruth Farmer and faculty advisor Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg.
Visiting Professor Danielle Boutet explores the value of transdisciplinary dialogues: "What can we know through art, which cannot be known otherwise? What does science allow us to know and what is irremediably out of its reach?" Free and open to the public. Presented by the Goddard Graduate Institute.
Port Townsend, WA
Award winning author and Goddard alumna Cara Hoffman (MFAW '09) will read from her work. Free and open to the public. Presented by Goddard's MFA in Creative Writing Program in Port Townsend. Cara Hoffman is the author of the critically acclaimed novels So Much Pretty and Be Safe I Love You, which has been widely translated, chosen by the Telegraph UK as "one of the five best modern war novels," and is currently being adapted for film.
Port Townsend, WA
Author and Goddard alumna Mary Johnson (MFAW '02) reading from her work. Free and open to the public. Presented by the MFA in Creative Writing Program's Visiting Writers Series. Mary Johnson is the author of An Unquenchable Thirst, named one of the best nonfiction books of 2011 by Kirkus Review.
Heartbeat, the Israeli-Palestinian youth music community, bring their powerful sound and messages to the U.S. in an effort to end violence and promote equality. The ensemble of accomplished Arab and Jewish youth artists ages 18-22, has toured across Israel, Palestine, Germany and the U.S., including performances and briefings at the U.S. Congress, State Department, and some of the world’s most celebrated universities and music venues.
A talk and slide presentation about the emerging fossil fuel resistance around the world that's being led by a powerful mix of indigenous people, front line communities, and committed scientists. Free and open to the public. Presented by Goddard College's Undergraduate Program. There will be books for sale with time for book signing and Q&A.
Winner of the Poets Out Loud Prize at Fordham University Press, former BFA faculty member Sara Michas-Martin will read from her first book of poems, Gray Matter. This event is free and open to the public as presented by Goddard's BFA in Creative Writing Program. Questions? Contact Janet Sylvester at firstname.lastname@example.org. About Sara Michas-Martin:
Finish or start your degree at Goddard College. We'll show you how our affordable, low-residency model fits with your busy life! Join us at the Goddard College campus in Plainfield, Vermont to learn more about Goddard's low-residency BA, BFA, MA and MFA degree programs. Attend an information session, meet current students, faculty, and program directors, tour our historic campus & gardens, and have lunch in our renovated Dining Hall. Free! Family and friends welcome. RSVP required.