THIS WEEK IN CAAD

Be sure to check out the last CAAD event we have for you this school year! Universal Collection: A Mark Dion Project Thursday, May 26, 5:30p Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center Atrium Universal Collection is a site-specific installation comprising a monumental cabinet filled with hundreds of objects. Gathered entirely from the Vassar campus, these objects Read more about THIS WEEK IN CAAD[…]

THIS WEEK IN CAAD

Be sure to check out the CAAD programming we have for you this week!   On the Tip of My Tongue: A Week of Unusual Storytelling Monday, May 10 – Thursday, May 12, 11:00a-5:00p Collaboratory (Library Lawn) The Vassar College Dialogue Center, Forum for Political Thought, and Religious and Spiritual Life are working in tandem Read more about THIS WEEK IN CAAD[…]

Congratulations to Art in Science Image Competition Winners!

Imaging/Imagining: An Art in Science Image Competition began accepting entries early this semester. Student team entrants had to include one science major and one arts/humanities major. Otherwise, any member of the Vassar community could submit images for consideration. Works were each submitted under one of the following categories: The World Around Us – images in Read more about Congratulations to Art in Science Image Competition Winners![…]

THIS WEEK IN CAAD

Be sure to check out the CAAD programming we have for you  this week!   The Sound of Space Thursday, May 5, 7:00p The Chapel Audience members will journey across campus as the Vassar College Choir performs in various locations to celebrate and explore each space’s architectural and acoustical elements. This concert is the culmination Read more about THIS WEEK IN CAAD[…]

Creativity Breadcrumb 68: Remarks on Re|Marking

This Saturday, April 30th, a host of free, socially conscious arts events are taking place in the Detroit Shoreway neighborhood. From 2:00-6:00p, a total of 15 performances, installations, and activities will be stationed around the area . The event is organized and will feature performances by the Re|Marking, “a body-based womanist community group of artists Read more about Creativity Breadcrumb 68: Remarks on Re|Marking[…]

The Sound of Space: An Ambulatory Concert Experience

A culmination of “The Sound of Space,” a CAAD-supported course, this ambulatory concert will take audience members across campus as the Vassar College Choir performs in various locations. Email soundofspaceconcert@gmail.com to reserve a spot in the audience today! The event takes place next Thursday, May 5th beginning at the Chapel.

THIS WEEK IN CAAD

  Be sure to check out the CAAD programming we have for you this week!   El Umbral: A psychological-spiritual performance encounter with the demons transition(s)- wresting the in-betweens Thursday, April 21, 5:00-7:00p Villard Room Daniel B. Coleman Chávez, originally from San José, California, is a black transgender mover and shaker who has been invested Read more about THIS WEEK IN CAAD[…]

Field Work: This is Not a Bionic Ear

With the second Sonic Cyborg Residency’s end last night, I take the opportunity to reflect on the first. At the end of February, Vassar hosted Michael Chorost and Trevor Pinch for said residency. Each gave a lecture on his respective relationship with cyborg-ism. On February 24th, I found myself in Taylor Hall for Chorost’s lecture. Read more about Field Work: This is Not a Bionic Ear[…]

Hudson Valley Happenings: Sound in Theory, Sound in Practice

This Thursday and Friday, April 7-8, Bard College is hosting a symposium on sound and its implications for education, research, and art. Performances, workshops, and discussions will comprise the event, inviting many scholars and practitioners to participate. One such participant will be Vassar’s own Dr. Tom Porcello. He is Professor of Anthropology and has served both as Read more about Hudson Valley Happenings: Sound in Theory, Sound in Practice[…]