Stories about "Arts"
Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2020: Building justice from the ground up

Thursday, January 16, 2020 1:09 pm

The theme for this year's programming: “From the Ground Up: Inequity, Bias, Privilege, Structure, Death.”

During a visit to Bates College, students from the Tripp Middle School in Turner stop for a tour of the Bates Museum of Art, where they view two exhibitions on display.Upstairs: "Vanessa German:Miracles and Glory Abound" (October 25, 2019 ñ March 28, 2020)Downstairs: "Ralph Eugene Meatyard:Stages for Being (October 25, 2019 ñ March 28, 2020)Louise Ouillette, Bates Museum of Art attendant, and Tony Leavitt, a science teacher at the Tripp Middle School, takes a closer look at Vanessa German's art work in the Upper Gallery of the Museum.
Bates in the News: Dec. 20, 2019

Friday, December 20, 2019 9:20 am

An alum in Congress, an old-timey movie star, and two picture-book experts feature in this last Bates in the News of the decade.

Campus events: Jan. 2–31, 2020

Thursday, December 12, 2019 3:24 pm

This is a listing of public events at the college during January 2020.

Q&A: ‘We’re made to communicate with song,’ says Joëlle Morris, new choir director

Monday, December 2, 2019 2:21 pm

“People are not going to remember your mistakes," the new director of the Bates College Choir tells students. "They're going to remember how you made them feel.”

Bates in the News: Nov. 22, 2019

Friday, November 22, 2019 9:46 am

Bates research gets a national spotlight, two bestselling alumnae authors release new books, and an alum investigates basketball flops.

Video: Jesse Saffeir ’20 and lines of poetry sparked by lines through nature

Thursday, November 21, 2019 4:06 pm

An Otis Fellowship summer of hiking alongside power lines produced a new understanding of our place in the world — and a book of poems.

As part of a team including Bates humanities librarian Christina Bell, noted childrenauthor-illustrator Anne Sibley O'Brien, and Brenna Callahan '15, Associate Professor of Psychology Krista Aronson has created the Picture Book Project: a set of interrelated resources that bring new accessibility to the world of diverse childrens books:A comprehensive collection of some 2,000 diverse books, housed at the Georgeand Helen Ladd Library, that is unique in that the books are available for anyoneto sign out; the Diverse BookFinder, a database and search language mirroring the collection, which for the first time makes diverse picture books findable by both the human characteristics and, importantly, narrative themes that recur in them; and an analytical tool, based on the DBF resources, that will enable librarians tounderstand how diversity is represented in their own childrens sections.
In its third year, Bates’ Diverse BookFinder is more accessible than ever

Tuesday, November 19, 2019 2:50 pm

Between a powerful children's book Search Tool and expanded outreach to libraries, parents and book professionals alike are increasingly making use of this unique Bates resource.

Musical firsts take Miura from Prague to the Left Coast and shakuhachi to shamisen

Thursday, November 14, 2019 9:34 am

The composer and Bates music professor already had a lot on on his plate when a Czech music festival made an offer he couldn't refuse.

Campus events: Dec. 1–20, 2019

Friday, November 8, 2019 1:44 pm

This is a listing of public events at Bates College during December 2019.

Q&A: ‘Chasing Portraits’ brings Rynecki ’91 full circle, back to Bates

Thursday, November 7, 2019 2:34 pm

“It’s full circle,” says Elizabeth Rynecki ’91, “which is fabulous.” A rhetoric...

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