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Fri December 2, 2016 Top ^
SGA Special Election Mandatory Meeting
Time: 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Ladd Hall 307
Men's Ice Hockey: Skidmore vs Hobart
Time: 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
ICE Weibel Ave Ice Rink: For the full schedule see: http://www.skidmoreathletics.com/
EMERGENCE Exhibition Opening
Time: 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCE Opening Reception: Friday, December 2, 7-9 pm at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NY From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting. Join us for a lively evening on Friday, December 2 from 7-9 p.m., at Spring Street Gallery, to celebrate these talented, young artists, enjoy great conversation, refreshments and hors d'oeuvres. Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery. Skidmore's Entrepreneurial ArtistsWilla Cassidy-Gardner ‘17Jennifer Cerutti ‘18Colleen Craven ‘17Savan DeSouza ‘17Catherine Heller ‘17Caroline Herman ‘17Alexandra Lemme ‘19Havana Liu ‘19Tenley Masson ‘17Katherine Melland ‘17Emily Moreton ‘18Sophia Reddi ‘17Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
Christian Fellowship Large Group Meeting (Ignite)
Time: 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Case Center Intercultural Center
Small Jazz Ensemble Recital
Time: 7:30 PM to 11:00 PM
Filene Hall Filene Recital Hall
The Orphan Sea
Time: 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM
CO Calendar Only #1: The Orphan SeaBy Caridad SvichDirected by Eunice Ferreira Janet Kinghorn Bernhard Theater at Skidmore College The Skidmore College Department of Theater is pleased to announce the premiere of a multilingual version of The Orphan Sea by Caridad Svich, 2012 Lifetime Achievement OBIE award winner. Director Eunice Ferreira, Skidmore theater professor, innovatively infuses the play with multiple languages, song, poetry, film and dance to invite audiences on a metatheatrical journey.Synopsis: The Orphan Sea is a multimedia theater experience that weaves the myth of Odysseus and Penelope with global stories of migration. With the playwright’s permission, Ferreira and a diverse cast of actors created the multilingual version in rehearsal. As playwright Svich describes, “This is a story of us, here, now, and also of who we were once. It is a story of those that cross rivers and seas and those that wait for them, of a lover who searches for one lost years ago, and of someone called Penelope, who may be waiting for someone called Odysseus.” About the Playwright: Caridad Svich is an internationally celebrated playwright and translator. Her numerous awards include the 2012 Obie award for Lifetime Achievement in the Theater. Svich has been closely involved with this production, collaborating with Ferreira and the cast in rehearsal to bring this production to life. Svich delivered a public talk to the Skidmore and Saratoga Springs community at the Tang Museum in October. On Thursday, December 1st she will participate in a post show discussion. “I have always been intrigued with the plays of Caridad Svich and by her impassioned writings on art and activism,” explains Ferreira. “I knew that I wanted to work with multiple languages to diversify and expand the global scope of theater making at Skidmore. The first playwright I contacted was Caridad Svich.” FROM THE DIRECTOR: In rehearsing The Orphan Sea, director Eunice Ferreira asks: “How do we respond to global crises of displaced people and environmental threats on our Facebook news feed? What does it mean to cross digital, linguistic and physical borders?” Born to parents who immigrated to the United States, Ferreira explains that the play evokes notions of migration, exile, diaspora, refugees and border crossings. “While riffing on the myth of Odysseus and Penelope, we hope to take audiences on a multilingual, metatheatrical journey across time and geographies of space using installations of song, poetry, film and dance. The Orphan Sea draws on myth to bring the global past, present and future into collision.” Ferreira’s research centers on global performance and identity. In addition to directing, she teaches a range of courses that engage theater with history, translation, theory, race/ethnicity, and culture. Tickets: $12 general admission and $8 for students and senior citizens. To reserve seats, call the Skidmore Theater Box Office at (518) 580-5439, email boxoffice@skidmore.edu or find us online on Facebook or at skidmore.edu/academics/theater/
Junior Ring: Skidmore's Finest
Time: 9:00 PM to 11:00 PM
CASE Spa: Who is Skidmore's Finest? Come watch the contestants compete in challenges, answer trivia questions, and showcase their talents to find out!Sponsored by the Junior Class Council and the Inter-Class Council. Part of Junior Ring Weekend 2016!
Skidomedy Big Show
Time: 9:00 PM to 12:00 AM
Palamountain Hall Gannett Auditorium
Sat December 3, 2016 Top ^
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Time: 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Falstaff's Falstaff's
Eclectic Earth Exhibit
Time: 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM
ART Schick Art Gallery: Exhibition of works by 13 contemporary ceramic artists.
The Orphan Sea
Time: 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
CO Calendar Only #1: The Orphan SeaBy Caridad SvichDirected by Eunice Ferreira Janet Kinghorn Bernhard Theater at Skidmore College The Skidmore College Department of Theater is pleased to announce the premiere of a multilingual version of The Orphan Sea by Caridad Svich, 2012 Lifetime Achievement OBIE award winner. Director Eunice Ferreira, Skidmore theater professor, innovatively infuses the play with multiple languages, song, poetry, film and dance to invite audiences on a metatheatrical journey.Synopsis: The Orphan Sea is a multimedia theater experience that weaves the myth of Odysseus and Penelope with global stories of migration. With the playwright’s permission, Ferreira and a diverse cast of actors created the multilingual version in rehearsal. As playwright Svich describes, “This is a story of us, here, now, and also of who we were once. It is a story of those that cross rivers and seas and those that wait for them, of a lover who searches for one lost years ago, and of someone called Penelope, who may be waiting for someone called Odysseus.” About the Playwright: Caridad Svich is an internationally celebrated playwright and translator. Her numerous awards include the 2012 Obie award for Lifetime Achievement in the Theater. Svich has been closely involved with this production, collaborating with Ferreira and the cast in rehearsal to bring this production to life. Svich delivered a public talk to the Skidmore and Saratoga Springs community at the Tang Museum in October. On Thursday, December 1st she will participate in a post show discussion. “I have always been intrigued with the plays of Caridad Svich and by her impassioned writings on art and activism,” explains Ferreira. “I knew that I wanted to work with multiple languages to diversify and expand the global scope of theater making at Skidmore. The first playwright I contacted was Caridad Svich.” FROM THE DIRECTOR: In rehearsing The Orphan Sea, director Eunice Ferreira asks: “How do we respond to global crises of displaced people and environmental threats on our Facebook news feed? What does it mean to cross digital, linguistic and physical borders?” Born to parents who immigrated to the United States, Ferreira explains that the play evokes notions of migration, exile, diaspora, refugees and border crossings. “While riffing on the myth of Odysseus and Penelope, we hope to take audiences on a multilingual, metatheatrical journey across time and geographies of space using installations of song, poetry, film and dance. The Orphan Sea draws on myth to bring the global past, present and future into collision.” Ferreira’s research centers on global performance and identity. In addition to directing, she teaches a range of courses that engage theater with history, translation, theory, race/ethnicity, and culture. Tickets: $12 general admission and $8 for students and senior citizens. To reserve seats, call the Skidmore Theater Box Office at (518) 580-5439, email boxoffice@skidmore.edu or find us online on Facebook or at skidmore.edu/academics/theater/
Men's Basketball: Skidmore vs Houghton
Time: 4:00 PM: For the full schedule see: http://www.skidmoreathletics.com/
Men's Ice Hockey: Skidmore vs Hobart
Time: 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
ICE Weibel Ave Ice Rink: For the full schedule see: http://www.skidmoreathletics.com/
The Orphan Sea
Time: 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM
CO Calendar Only #1: The Orphan SeaBy Caridad SvichDirected by Eunice Ferreira Janet Kinghorn Bernhard Theater at Skidmore College The Skidmore College Department of Theater is pleased to announce the premiere of a multilingual version of The Orphan Sea by Caridad Svich, 2012 Lifetime Achievement OBIE award winner. Director Eunice Ferreira, Skidmore theater professor, innovatively infuses the play with multiple languages, song, poetry, film and dance to invite audiences on a metatheatrical journey.Synopsis: The Orphan Sea is a multimedia theater experience that weaves the myth of Odysseus and Penelope with global stories of migration. With the playwright’s permission, Ferreira and a diverse cast of actors created the multilingual version in rehearsal. As playwright Svich describes, “This is a story of us, here, now, and also of who we were once. It is a story of those that cross rivers and seas and those that wait for them, of a lover who searches for one lost years ago, and of someone called Penelope, who may be waiting for someone called Odysseus.” About the Playwright: Caridad Svich is an internationally celebrated playwright and translator. Her numerous awards include the 2012 Obie award for Lifetime Achievement in the Theater. Svich has been closely involved with this production, collaborating with Ferreira and the cast in rehearsal to bring this production to life. Svich delivered a public talk to the Skidmore and Saratoga Springs community at the Tang Museum in October. On Thursday, December 1st she will participate in a post show discussion. “I have always been intrigued with the plays of Caridad Svich and by her impassioned writings on art and activism,” explains Ferreira. “I knew that I wanted to work with multiple languages to diversify and expand the global scope of theater making at Skidmore. The first playwright I contacted was Caridad Svich.” FROM THE DIRECTOR: In rehearsing The Orphan Sea, director Eunice Ferreira asks: “How do we respond to global crises of displaced people and environmental threats on our Facebook news feed? What does it mean to cross digital, linguistic and physical borders?” Born to parents who immigrated to the United States, Ferreira explains that the play evokes notions of migration, exile, diaspora, refugees and border crossings. “While riffing on the myth of Odysseus and Penelope, we hope to take audiences on a multilingual, metatheatrical journey across time and geographies of space using installations of song, poetry, film and dance. The Orphan Sea draws on myth to bring the global past, present and future into collision.” Ferreira’s research centers on global performance and identity. In addition to directing, she teaches a range of courses that engage theater with history, translation, theory, race/ethnicity, and culture. Tickets: $12 general admission and $8 for students and senior citizens. To reserve seats, call the Skidmore Theater Box Office at (518) 580-5439, email boxoffice@skidmore.edu or find us online on Facebook or at skidmore.edu/academics/theater/
Sun December 4, 2016 Top ^
Breakbeats Practice
Time: 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Williamson Sports Center Multipurpose Room: All inclusive dance club! Meets Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays for practice. Come stop by and dance with us!
Eclectic Earth Exhibit
Time: 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM
ART Schick Art Gallery: Exhibition of works by 13 contemporary ceramic artists.
Junior Ring: Study Break
Time: 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
CASE Spa: Take a break and finish Junior Ring weekend with snacks and friends! Sponsored by the Junior Class Council and the Inter-Class Council. Part of Junior Ring Weekend 2016!
Junior Ring: Study Break
Time: 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
CASE Case North Patio: Take a break and finish Junior Ring weekend with snacks and friends! Sponsored by the Junior Class Council and the Inter-Class Council. Part of Junior Ring Weekend 2016!
The Orphan Sea
Time: 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
CO Calendar Only #1: The Orphan SeaBy Caridad SvichDirected by Eunice Ferreira Janet Kinghorn Bernhard Theater at Skidmore College The Skidmore College Department of Theater is pleased to announce the premiere of a multilingual version of The Orphan Sea by Caridad Svich, 2012 Lifetime Achievement OBIE award winner. Director Eunice Ferreira, Skidmore theater professor, innovatively infuses the play with multiple languages, song, poetry, film and dance to invite audiences on a metatheatrical journey.Synopsis: The Orphan Sea is a multimedia theater experience that weaves the myth of Odysseus and Penelope with global stories of migration. With the playwright’s permission, Ferreira and a diverse cast of actors created the multilingual version in rehearsal. As playwright Svich describes, “This is a story of us, here, now, and also of who we were once. It is a story of those that cross rivers and seas and those that wait for them, of a lover who searches for one lost years ago, and of someone called Penelope, who may be waiting for someone called Odysseus.” About the Playwright: Caridad Svich is an internationally celebrated playwright and translator. Her numerous awards include the 2012 Obie award for Lifetime Achievement in the Theater. Svich has been closely involved with this production, collaborating with Ferreira and the cast in rehearsal to bring this production to life. Svich delivered a public talk to the Skidmore and Saratoga Springs community at the Tang Museum in October. On Thursday, December 1st she will participate in a post show discussion. “I have always been intrigued with the plays of Caridad Svich and by her impassioned writings on art and activism,” explains Ferreira. “I knew that I wanted to work with multiple languages to diversify and expand the global scope of theater making at Skidmore. The first playwright I contacted was Caridad Svich.” FROM THE DIRECTOR: In rehearsing The Orphan Sea, director Eunice Ferreira asks: “How do we respond to global crises of displaced people and environmental threats on our Facebook news feed? What does it mean to cross digital, linguistic and physical borders?” Born to parents who immigrated to the United States, Ferreira explains that the play evokes notions of migration, exile, diaspora, refugees and border crossings. “While riffing on the myth of Odysseus and Penelope, we hope to take audiences on a multilingual, metatheatrical journey across time and geographies of space using installations of song, poetry, film and dance. The Orphan Sea draws on myth to bring the global past, present and future into collision.” Ferreira’s research centers on global performance and identity. In addition to directing, she teaches a range of courses that engage theater with history, translation, theory, race/ethnicity, and culture. Tickets: $12 general admission and $8 for students and senior citizens. To reserve seats, call the Skidmore Theater Box Office at (518) 580-5439, email boxoffice@skidmore.edu or find us online on Facebook or at skidmore.edu/academics/theater/
Student Action In Response to the Election
Time: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Bolton Hall 281
Mon December 5, 2016 Top ^
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
Eclectic Earth Exhibit
Time: 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
ART Schick Art Gallery: Exhibition of works by 13 contemporary ceramic artists.
Holiday Palooza
Time: 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM
DHALL Atrium: Please join us at the 6th annual HOLIDAY PALOOZA on Monday, December 5th from 11am - 7pm in the Murray Aikins Dining Hall.COME HELP US DECORATE THE WINDOWS of the dining hall atrium with messages of cheer, seasonal greetings and snowflakes. The event this year will be raising funds for Planned Parenthood. The Dynamics and the Treblemakers will be singing from 6:15 - 6:45pm. Bring your children, friends, and some loose change in your pockets. The program is sponsored by Hillel, Christian Fellowship, Newman Club, VOX, the Office of Jewish Student Life & Interfaith Programs, and the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life.
Small Group Bible Study
Time: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Case Center Intercultural Center
Vox: Voices for Planned Parenthood Weekly Meeting
Time: 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Ladd Hall 206
After Tiller Screening
Time: 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM
PALMTN Gannett Auditorium
Skidmo Daily Meetings
Time: 8:00 PM to 9:30 PM
Ladd Hall 206
The Orphan Sea
Time: 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM
CO Calendar Only #1: The Orphan SeaBy Caridad SvichDirected by Eunice Ferreira Janet Kinghorn Bernhard Theater at Skidmore College The Skidmore College Department of Theater is pleased to announce the premiere of a multilingual version of The Orphan Sea by Caridad Svich, 2012 Lifetime Achievement OBIE award winner. Director Eunice Ferreira, Skidmore theater professor, innovatively infuses the play with multiple languages, song, poetry, film and dance to invite audiences on a metatheatrical journey.Synopsis: The Orphan Sea is a multimedia theater experience that weaves the myth of Odysseus and Penelope with global stories of migration. With the playwright’s permission, Ferreira and a diverse cast of actors created the multilingual version in rehearsal. As playwright Svich describes, “This is a story of us, here, now, and also of who we were once. It is a story of those that cross rivers and seas and those that wait for them, of a lover who searches for one lost years ago, and of someone called Penelope, who may be waiting for someone called Odysseus.” About the Playwright: Caridad Svich is an internationally celebrated playwright and translator. Her numerous awards include the 2012 Obie award for Lifetime Achievement in the Theater. Svich has been closely involved with this production, collaborating with Ferreira and the cast in rehearsal to bring this production to life. Svich delivered a public talk to the Skidmore and Saratoga Springs community at the Tang Museum in October. On Thursday, December 1st she will participate in a post show discussion. “I have always been intrigued with the plays of Caridad Svich and by her impassioned writings on art and activism,” explains Ferreira. “I knew that I wanted to work with multiple languages to diversify and expand the global scope of theater making at Skidmore. The first playwright I contacted was Caridad Svich.” FROM THE DIRECTOR: In rehearsing The Orphan Sea, director Eunice Ferreira asks: “How do we respond to global crises of displaced people and environmental threats on our Facebook news feed? What does it mean to cross digital, linguistic and physical borders?” Born to parents who immigrated to the United States, Ferreira explains that the play evokes notions of migration, exile, diaspora, refugees and border crossings. “While riffing on the myth of Odysseus and Penelope, we hope to take audiences on a multilingual, metatheatrical journey across time and geographies of space using installations of song, poetry, film and dance. The Orphan Sea draws on myth to bring the global past, present and future into collision.” Ferreira’s research centers on global performance and identity. In addition to directing, she teaches a range of courses that engage theater with history, translation, theory, race/ethnicity, and culture. Tickets: $12 general admission and $8 for students and senior citizens. To reserve seats, call the Skidmore Theater Box Office at (518) 580-5439, email boxoffice@skidmore.edu or find us online on Facebook or at skidmore.edu/academics/theater/
Tue December 6, 2016 Top ^
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
Eclectic Earth Exhibit
Time: 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
ART Schick Art Gallery: Exhibition of works by 13 contemporary ceramic artists.
RA Selection Information Table
Time: 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Case Center Table #1 Case 2nd Floor : Information tabling session where students interested in applying to be RA for the upcoming 2017-2018 academic year can learn more about the position and the Office of Residential Life
FeelGood Deli
Time: 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Case Center Table #4 Case 2nd Floor
Quidditch Practice
Time: 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
South Park South Park/Library Green
Zen Meditations
Time: 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
WILSON Wilson Chapel: Cushions, meditation benches, and chairs are provided, but wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing. Basic Zen meditation instruction provided for first-time attendees. Please arrive by 6:25 pm. Everyone is welcome!
Photography Club Weekly Meeting
Time: 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Palamountain Hall 201
SkidEats Meeting
Time: 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Ladd Hall 107
The Orphan Sea
Time: 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM
CO Calendar Only #1: The Orphan SeaBy Caridad SvichDirected by Eunice Ferreira Janet Kinghorn Bernhard Theater at Skidmore College The Skidmore College Department of Theater is pleased to announce the premiere of a multilingual version of The Orphan Sea by Caridad Svich, 2012 Lifetime Achievement OBIE award winner. Director Eunice Ferreira, Skidmore theater professor, innovatively infuses the play with multiple languages, song, poetry, film and dance to invite audiences on a metatheatrical journey.Synopsis: The Orphan Sea is a multimedia theater experience that weaves the myth of Odysseus and Penelope with global stories of migration. With the playwright’s permission, Ferreira and a diverse cast of actors created the multilingual version in rehearsal. As playwright Svich describes, “This is a story of us, here, now, and also of who we were once. It is a story of those that cross rivers and seas and those that wait for them, of a lover who searches for one lost years ago, and of someone called Penelope, who may be waiting for someone called Odysseus.” About the Playwright: Caridad Svich is an internationally celebrated playwright and translator. Her numerous awards include the 2012 Obie award for Lifetime Achievement in the Theater. Svich has been closely involved with this production, collaborating with Ferreira and the cast in rehearsal to bring this production to life. Svich delivered a public talk to the Skidmore and Saratoga Springs community at the Tang Museum in October. On Thursday, December 1st she will participate in a post show discussion. “I have always been intrigued with the plays of Caridad Svich and by her impassioned writings on art and activism,” explains Ferreira. “I knew that I wanted to work with multiple languages to diversify and expand the global scope of theater making at Skidmore. The first playwright I contacted was Caridad Svich.” FROM THE DIRECTOR: In rehearsing The Orphan Sea, director Eunice Ferreira asks: “How do we respond to global crises of displaced people and environmental threats on our Facebook news feed? What does it mean to cross digital, linguistic and physical borders?” Born to parents who immigrated to the United States, Ferreira explains that the play evokes notions of migration, exile, diaspora, refugees and border crossings. “While riffing on the myth of Odysseus and Penelope, we hope to take audiences on a multilingual, metatheatrical journey across time and geographies of space using installations of song, poetry, film and dance. The Orphan Sea draws on myth to bring the global past, present and future into collision.” Ferreira’s research centers on global performance and identity. In addition to directing, she teaches a range of courses that engage theater with history, translation, theory, race/ethnicity, and culture. Tickets: $12 general admission and $8 for students and senior citizens. To reserve seats, call the Skidmore Theater Box Office at (518) 580-5439, email boxoffice@skidmore.edu or find us online on Facebook or at skidmore.edu/academics/theater/
Breakbeats Practice
Time: 9:00 PM to 11:00 PM
Williamson Sports Center Multipurpose Room
Wed December 7, 2016 Top ^
Lively Lucy's Meeting
Time: 6:45 AM to 8:00 AM
Bolton Hall 282
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
Eclectic Earth Exhibit
Time: 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
ART Schick Art Gallery: Exhibition of works by 13 contemporary ceramic artists.
RA Selection Information Table
Time: 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Case Center Table #1 Case 2nd Floor : Information tabling session where students interested in applying to be RA for the upcoming 2017-2018 academic year can learn more about the position and the Office of Residential Life
FeelGood Deli
Time: 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Case Center Table #4 Case 2nd Floor
Studying & Interning Abroad
Time: 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Bolton Hall 282: Study abroad is a once in a lifetime chance to travel, study, and live in a foreign country. While pursuing a career at Skidmore you have an opportunity to study abroad for a semester and receive credit. How to choose when to study abroad vs. completing an internship and how to do both during your time at Skidmore. Several students will be on hand to talk about their study abroad/internship experience.
Hip Hop Alliance
Time: 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Ladd Hall 206
Element Fashion Show Pre-Reception
Time: 7:00 PM to 7:30 PM
TANG Mezzanine: Element Fashion Club Presents: Fall 2016 Fashion Show Come see the work of Skidmore College's talented student designers at the Element Fashion Club's 2016 Fall Fashion Show! This semester's show takes it theme from the 1920s. Reception at 7:00pmShow begins at 7:30pmTickets are free but need to be reserved at Case DeskOrganized by Skidmore College's ELEMENT Fashion Group
Bare
Time: 9:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Ladd Hall 206
Thu December 8, 2016 Top ^
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
Eclectic Earth Exhibit
Time: 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
ART Schick Art Gallery: Exhibition of works by 13 contemporary ceramic artists.
Reception for Statistics Lecture
Time: 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM
Palamountain Hall Gannett Lobby: FiveThirtyEight data visualization specialist, Reuben Fischer-Baum is giving a lecture entitled, "How Should We Visualize Uncertainty?"Conveying uncertainty is one of the most difficult tasks in data visualization. Probabilistic forecasts—especially for events that will occur only a single time—are intuitively difficult for anyone to understand, even those readers or users with strong statistical backgrounds. This puts a special impetus on visualizers to treat these topics with care.The wake of the 2016 election, in which a Trump victory was an unlikely outcome in most major predictions, is a good moment to take stock of the techniques we’re currently using. There are no silver bullets to this visualization problem and best practices can vary with context, but this talk will walk through good and bad examples from the worlds of:- Political predictions- Economic and climate projections- Weather forecasting- Sports predictions and betting Lecture sponsored by the Mathematics Department.
Quidditch Practice
Time: 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
South Park South Park/Library Green
Statistics Lecture
Time: 5:15 PM to 6:30 PM
PALMTN Gannett Auditorium: FiveThirtyEight data visualization specialist, Reuben Fischer-Baum is giving a lecture entitled, "How Should We Visualize Uncertainty?"Conveying uncertainty is one of the most difficult tasks in data visualization. Probabilistic forecasts—especially for events that will occur only a single time—are intuitively difficult for anyone to understand, even those readers or users with strong statistical backgrounds. This puts a special impetus on visualizers to treat these topics with care.The wake of the 2016 election, in which a Trump victory was an unlikely outcome in most major predictions, is a good moment to take stock of the techniques we’re currently using. There are no silver bullets to this visualization problem and best practices can vary with context, but this talk will walk through good and bad examples from the worlds of:- Political predictions- Economic and climate projections- Weather forecasting- Sports predictions and betting Lecture sponsored by the Mathematics Department.
Democracy Matters Meeting!
Time: 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
LADD 307: Campus chapter of a Democracy Matters, an advocacy group focused around getting money out of politics through campaign finance reform. We have two goals 1. to raise awareness about the negative influence of money on our political system 2. to do something about it.
Random Acts of Crafts
Time: 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Ladd Hall 206
Creative Night Write
Time: 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Library, Lucy Scribner Meeting Room-437
Breakbeats Practice
Time: 8:30 PM to 10:30 PM
Williamson Sports Center Multipurpose Room: All inclusive dance club! Meets Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays for practice. Come stop by and dance with us!
Trivia Night
Time: 9:00 PM to 10:30 PM
Case Center Spa
Fri December 9, 2016 Top ^
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
Fall Wellness Series
Time: 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM
LADD 107: Depression - Not always so obvious.Presented by Maureen Jones, LCSWMrs. Jones will provide an overview of the signs of depression and its impact on one's life. She will discuss a new perspective on the treatment of depression with mindfulness and acceptance as a therapeutic way to move through depression and make greater space for living a more vital life. If you have a loved one or friend with depression, you will also learn helpful strategies to support them. Sponsored by The Counseling Center, Fall Wellness Series
Tang Exchange: Share Your Goods and Services
Time: 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM
TANG Wachenheim Gallery: Tang Exchange: Share Your Goods & ServicesFriday, December 9, 4-7pmWachenheimDo you have items you no longer need? Or skills that you would like to offer to others in the community? Come donate your goods and services and/or peruse what others are giving away on Friday, December 9, 4-7pm at the Tang Exchange.This special evening of community connection and exchange will take place in the exhibition A More Perfect Union. The event takes inspiration from the featured artwork in the exhibition: Flag Exchange by artist Mel Ziegler. The project constitutes 50 weathered United States flags, one from each state, that Ziegler collected from different people he met as he traveled across the country – home owners, business owners, etc. In exchange for their old flag, Ziegler provided them with a new one. Tang Exchange is co-organized with Skidmore Sustainability and the Tang Teaching Museum.
Christian Fellowship Large Group Meeting (Ignite)
Time: 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Case Center Intercultural Center
Winter Dance Concert
Time: 8:00 PM to 9:30 PM
Dance Center Dance Theater: Featuring Martha Graham’s Steps in the Street, a world premier by New York choreographer Brian Reeder and new work by the Skidmore Dance Faculty.Multiple performances: Friday, December 9th at 8pm and Saturday, December 10th at 2 pm and 8 pmBuy tickets online at http://skidmoredance.org/dance-events/ (on sale November 23rd)Adults are $9 / $12 and Seniors/Students are $5 / $9 depending on selected seats.Questions: DanceEvents@skidmore.edu
SEC SHOW
Time: 8:00 PM to 11:45 PM
Falstaff's Falstaff's: Get amped to see Furnsss and Psychobaby this Friday at Fallstaffs! Celebrate midterms ending (probably for most of you) and do some head bobbing or shuffling or jumping or something!
Sat December 10, 2016 Top ^
Winter Dance Concert
Time: 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Dance Center Dance Theater: Featuring Martha Graham’s Steps in the Street, a world premier by New York choreographer Brian Reeder and new work by the Skidmore Dance Faculty.Multiple performances: Friday, December 9th at 8pm and Saturday, December 10th at 2 pm and 8 pmBuy tickets online (on sale November 23rd) at http://skidmoredance.org/dance-events/ Adults are $9 / $12 and Seniors/Students are $5 / $9 depending on selected seats.Questions: DanceEvents@skidmore.edu
Winter Dance Concert
Time: 8:00 PM to 9:30 PM
Dance Center Dance Theater: Featuring Martha Graham’s Steps in the Street, a world premier by New York choreographer Brian Reeder and new work by the Skidmore Dance Faculty.Multiple performances: Friday, December 9th at 8pm and Saturday, December 10th at 2 pm and 8 pmBuy tickets online at http://skidmoredance.org/dance-events/ (on sale November 23rd)Adults are $9 / $12 and Seniors/Students are $5 / $9 depending on selected seats.Questions: DanceEvents@skidmore.edu
Sun December 11, 2016 Top ^
Breakbeats Practice
Time: 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Williamson Sports Center Multipurpose Room: All inclusive dance club! Meets Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays for practice. Come stop by and dance with us!
Student Action In Response to the Election
Time: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Bolton Hall 281
Mon December 12, 2016 Top ^
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
What Now? class
Time: 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
TANG Wachenheim Gallery: In the final meeting of Skidmore College's pop-up course What Now?, the groups that have been meeting since the first class on November 14 will present their projects and conversations to the public.Students, faculty, staff and community have been invited to come together to talk about, think about, and react to the presidential election. This is a student-led experience, co-facilitated by faculty members from different disciplines. The class will provide context for the election and offer a space to formulate collaborative responses. This course is the result of a public brainstorming session held Saturday, November 12, and is facilitated by Skidmore College's IdeaLab Steering Committee and the Tang Teaching Museum.All are welcome, snacks and beverages will be provided.No registration is necessary for drop-in participation.
Small Group Bible Study
Time: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Case Center Intercultural Center
Vox: Voices for Planned Parenthood Weekly Meeting
Time: 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Ladd Hall 206
Skidmo Daily Meetings
Time: 8:00 PM to 9:30 PM
Ladd Hall 206
Tue December 13, 2016 Top ^
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
FeelGood Deli
Time: 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Case Center Table #4 Case 2nd Floor
Quidditch Practice
Time: 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
South Park South Park/Library Green
Zen Meditations
Time: 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
WILSON Wilson Chapel: Cushions, meditation benches, and chairs are provided, but wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing. Basic Zen meditation instruction provided for first-time attendees. Please arrive by 6:25 pm. Everyone is welcome!
Photography Club Weekly Meeting
Time: 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Palamountain Hall 201
SkidEats Meeting
Time: 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Ladd Hall 107
Breakbeats Practice
Time: 9:00 PM to 11:00 PM
Williamson Sports Center Multipurpose Room
Wed December 14, 2016 Top ^
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
FeelGood Deli
Time: 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Case Center Table #4 Case 2nd Floor
Hip Hop Alliance
Time: 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Ladd Hall 206
A Talk With Francois Reyes
Time: 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
TANG Wachenheim Gallery: The Role of Dialogue in a Dividing WorldA Talk with Francois Reyes Wednesday, December 14, 7pmTang Museum In the wake of the January 2015 terrorist attacks in France, Francois Reyes, then eighteen years old, founded Citizen’s Awakening. A think tank that works to combat extremism and hate, Citizen's Awakening works to facilitate dialogue around the world among people from different communities and backgrounds. Reyes will join us for a discussion about how we, as individuals, as a college campus, and as a nation can harness open dialogue as a mechanism to enact real change. Reyes is also working toward launching Citizen's Awakening-U.S.A. - come learn how to get involved! Organized by Skidmore College Model European Union club
Bare
Time: 9:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Ladd Hall 206
Thu December 15, 2016 Top ^
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
Democracy Matters Meeting!
Time: 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
LADD 307: Campus chapter of a Democracy Matters, an advocacy group focused around getting money out of politics through campaign finance reform. We have two goals 1. to raise awareness about the negative influence of money on our political system 2. to do something about it.
Random Acts of Crafts
Time: 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Ladd Hall 206
Breakbeats Practice
Time: 8:30 PM to 10:30 PM
Williamson Sports Center Multipurpose Room: All inclusive dance club! Meets Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays for practice. Come stop by and dance with us!
Fri December 16, 2016 Top ^
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
Christian Fellowship Large Group Meeting (Ignite)
Time: 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Case Center Intercultural Center
Sun December 18, 2016 Top ^
Breakbeats Practice
Time: 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Williamson Sports Center Multipurpose Room: All inclusive dance club! Meets Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays for practice. Come stop by and dance with us!
Student Action In Response to the Election
Time: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Bolton Hall 281
Mon December 19, 2016 Top ^
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
Small Group Bible Study
Time: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Case Center Intercultural Center
Tue December 20, 2016 Top ^
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
Zen Meditations
Time: 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
WILSON Wilson Chapel: Cushions, meditation benches, and chairs are provided, but wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing. Basic Zen meditation instruction provided for first-time attendees. Please arrive by 6:25 pm. Everyone is welcome!
Breakbeats Practice
Time: 9:00 PM to 11:00 PM
Williamson Sports Center Multipurpose Room
Wed December 21, 2016 Top ^
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
Bare
Time: 9:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Ladd Hall 206
Thu December 22, 2016 Top ^
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
Breakbeats Practice
Time: 8:30 PM to 10:30 PM
Williamson Sports Center Multipurpose Room: All inclusive dance club! Meets Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays for practice. Come stop by and dance with us!
Fri December 23, 2016 Top ^
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
Christian Fellowship Large Group Meeting (Ignite)
Time: 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Case Center Intercultural Center
Sun December 25, 2016 Top ^
Breakbeats Practice
Time: 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Williamson Sports Center Multipurpose Room: All inclusive dance club! Meets Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays for practice. Come stop by and dance with us!
Mon December 26, 2016 Top ^
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
Skidmo Daily Meetings
Time: 8:00 PM to 9:30 PM
Ladd Hall 206
Tue December 27, 2016 Top ^
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
Zen Meditations
Time: 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
WILSON Wilson Chapel: Cushions, meditation benches, and chairs are provided, but wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing. Basic Zen meditation instruction provided for first-time attendees. Please arrive by 6:25 pm. Everyone is welcome!
Breakbeats Practice
Time: 9:00 PM to 11:00 PM
Williamson Sports Center Multipurpose Room
Wed December 28, 2016 Top ^
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
Thu December 29, 2016 Top ^
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
Breakbeats Practice
Time: 8:30 PM to 10:30 PM
Williamson Sports Center Multipurpose Room: All inclusive dance club! Meets Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays for practice. Come stop by and dance with us!
Fri December 30, 2016 Top ^
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
Women's Basketball: Skidmore vs Vassar
Time: 2:00 PM: For the full schedule see: http://www.skidmoreathletics.com/
Men's Basketball: Skidmore vs Vassar
Time: 4:00 PM: For the full schedule see: http://www.skidmoreathletics.com/
Christian Fellowship Large Group Meeting (Ignite)
Time: 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Case Center Intercultural Center
Sat December 31, 2016 Top ^
Men's Basketball: Skidmore vs RIT
Time: 12:00 PM: For the full schedule see: http://www.skidmoreathletics.com/
Women's Basketball: Skidmore vs RIT
Time: 2:00 PM: For the full schedule see: http://www.skidmoreathletics.com/
Mon January 2, 2017 Top ^
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
Men's Ice Hockey: Skidmore vs Hamilton
Time: 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
ICE Weibel Ave Ice Rink: For the full schedule see: http://www.skidmoreathletics.com/
Tue January 3, 2017 Top ^
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
Wed January 4, 2017 Top ^
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
Thu January 5, 2017 Top ^
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
Fri January 6, 2017 Top ^
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
Women's Basketball: Skidmore vs Union
Time: 6:00 PM: For the full schedule see: http://www.skidmoreathletics.com/
Men's Ice Hockey: Skidmore vs University of Southern Maine
Time: 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
ICE Weibel Ave Ice Rink: For the full schedule see: http://www.skidmoreathletics.com/
Men's Basketball: Skidmore vs Union
Time: 8:00 PM: For the full schedule see: http://www.skidmoreathletics.com/
Sat January 7, 2017 Top ^
Women's Basketball: Skidmore vs RPI
Time: 2:00 PM: For the full schedule see: http://www.skidmoreathletics.com/
Men's Basketball: Skidmore vs RPI
Time: 4:00 PM: For the full schedule see: http://www.skidmoreathletics.com/
Men's Ice Hockey: Skidmore vs Daniel Webster
Time: 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
ICE Weibel Ave Ice Rink: For the full schedule see: http://www.skidmoreathletics.com/
Mon January 9, 2017 Top ^
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
Tue January 10, 2017 Top ^
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
Wed January 11, 2017 Top ^
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
Thu January 12, 2017 Top ^
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
Fri January 13, 2017 Top ^
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
Mon January 16, 2017 Top ^
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
Tue January 17, 2017 Top ^
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
Wed January 18, 2017 Top ^
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
Swimming & Diving: Skidmore vs Bard
Time: 4:00 PM: For the full schedule see: http://www.skidmoreathletics.com/
Thu January 19, 2017 Top ^
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
Fri January 20, 2017 Top ^
EMERGENCE Exhibition
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
OFF Off-Campus : Skidmore’s Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative presents EMERGENCEDecember 2 - January 20at Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NYHours: Weekdays 10am - 5pm and By Appointment Phone: 518-587-6433 From figurative and abstract works, to textile, animations, and jewelry, this exhibition brings together thirteen emerging Skidmore entrepreneurial artists to showcase their creative works in a professional gallery setting.Presented by Skidmore's Arts Administration Program, The Entrepreneurial Artist Course & Initiative, in partnership with Spring Street Gallery.Skidmore's Entrepreneurial Artists Willa Cassidy-Gardner ‘17 Jennifer Cerutti ‘18 Colleen Craven ‘17 Savan DeSouza ‘17 Catherine Heller ‘17 Caroline Herman ‘17 Alexandra Lemme ‘19 Havana Liu ‘19 Tenley Masson ‘17 Katherine Melland ‘17 Emily Moreton ‘18 Sophia Reddi ‘17 Reece Robinson ‘18 About The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative The Entrepreneurial Artist Initiative at Skidmore College aims to provide studio art students with the business skills needed to build a successful career around their passion for art making. This is accomplished through course curriculum, workshops, and experiences in the field. Connecting students with entrepreneurial arts alumni, as well as arts and business professionals in the community is an integral component of the program. The initiative is a part of Skidmore's Arts Administration Program and was created and developed by Molly Haley '64. The program is supported by Molly and her husband, Ed Freitag.
Men's Ice Hockey: Skidmore vs UMass Boston
Time: 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
ICE Weibel Ave Ice Rink: For the full schedule see: http://www.skidmoreathletics.com/
Sat January 21, 2017 Top ^
Women's Basketball: Skidmore vs Bard
Time: 2:00 PM: For the full schedule see: http://www.skidmoreathletics.com/
Men's Basketball: Skidmore vs Bard
Time: 4:00 PM: For the full schedule see: http://www.skidmoreathletics.com/
Men's Ice Hockey: Skidmore vs Babson
Time: 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
ICE Weibel Ave Ice Rink: For the full schedule see: http://www.skidmoreathletics.com/
Tue January 24, 2017 Top ^
Res Life RA Selection Info Table
Time: 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Case Center Table #1 Case 2nd Floor : Information table for people who are interested in learning more about the RA position and the Office of Residential Life
Women's Basketball: Skidmore vs St. Lawrence
Time: 6:00 PM: For the full schedule see: http://www.skidmoreathletics.com/
Men's Basketball: Skidmore vs St. Lawrence
Time: 8:00 PM: For the full schedule see: http://www.skidmoreathletics.com/
Wed January 25, 2017 Top ^
Res Life RA Selection Info Table
Time: 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Case Center Table #1 Case 2nd Floor : Information table for people who are interested in learning more about the RA position and the Office of Residential Life
Thu January 26, 2017 Top ^
Res Life RA Selection Info Table
Time: 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Case Center Table #1 Case 2nd Floor : Information table for people who are interested in learning more about the RA position and the Office of Residential Life
Sat January 28, 2017 Top ^
Swimming and Diving: Skidmore Sprint Invite
Time: 1:00 PM: For the full schedule see: http://www.skidmoreathletics.com/
Tue January 31, 2017 Top ^
Res Life RA Selection Info Table
Time: 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Case Center Table #1 Case 2nd Floor : Information table for people who are interested in learning more about the RA position and the Office of Residential Life
RA Selection Information Session
Time: 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Murray-Aikins Dining Hall Rooms 1 & 2: This event will allow students interested in learning more about the RA position to learn more. Questions will be answered by both students and professional staff members. This event is sponsored by the Office of Residential Life.
Wed February 1, 2017 Top ^
Res Life RA Selection Info Table
Time: 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Case Center Skid Shop Table #1: Information table for people who are interested in learning more about the RA position and the Office of Residential Life
RA Selection Information Session
Time: 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Murray-Aikins Dining Hall Rooms 1 & 2
Thu February 2, 2017 Top ^
Res Life RA Selection Info Table
Time: 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Case Center Table #1 Case 2nd Floor : Information table for people who are interested in learning more about the RA position and the Office of Residential Life
Fri February 3, 2017 Top ^
Men's Ice Hockey: Skidmore vs Castleton
Time: 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
ICE Weibel Ave Ice Rink: For the full schedule see: http://www.skidmoreathletics.com/
Fri February 10, 2017 Top ^
Women's Basketball: Skidmore vs William Smith
Time: 6:00 PM: For the full schedule see: http://www.skidmoreathletics.com/
Men's Basketball: Skidmore vs Hobart
Time: 8:00 PM: For the full schedule see: http://www.skidmoreathletics.com/
Sat February 18, 2017 Top ^
Riding: Skidmore College Show
Time: 8:30 AM: For the full schedule see: http://www.skidmoreathletics.com/
Sun February 19, 2017 Top ^
Women's Basketball: Skidmore vs Clarkson
Time: 2:00 PM: For the full schedule see: http://www.skidmoreathletics.com/
Men's Basketball: Skidmore vs Clarkson
Time: 4:00 PM: For the full schedule see: http://www.skidmoreathletics.com/
Thu March 30, 2017 Top ^
Sam Polk: For the Love of Money
Time: 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Filene Hall Filene Recital Hall: What would you do if your boss told you that your bonus this year would be $3.6 million? Six years ago, Sam Polk was a Wall Street trader, who at 30 was considered a rising star in the world of hedge fund trading. But, when his boss told him his bonus that year would be $3.6 million, he was angry and stormed out of the room– because it wasn’t big enough! Sam’s story is told through his memoir, For the Love of Money (http://www.simonandschuster.com/books/For-the-Love-of-Money/Sam-Polk/9781476785981), which came out this year. That moment chronicled for Sam an understanding that he was addicted to an obsessive pursuit of money. He had other addictions in his past and had a challenging childhood. The story that Sam tells is really a coming of age, an understanding of what it means to be human, and the impact we have on the world through our choices and our actions. Three years after Sam left Wall Street, he started up a non-profit, Groceryships (http://www.groceryships.org/about_groceryships), to help poor families struggling with obesity and food addiction. In addition, just this year, he began a new social startup called Everytable (http://www.everytable.com), whose mission is to “make good food available to everyone. We price our meals according to the neighborhoods we serve.” Bio: Sam Polk is the founder and Executive Director of Groceryships, a Los Angeles non-profit working at the intersection of hunger and obesity. Prior to Groceryships, Sam was a hedge fund trader on Wall Street. In January of 2014, Sam published an OpEd about leaving Wall Street on the front page of the Sunday Review in The New York Times. Sam has been featured on The Today Show, Morning Joe, CNN, Tavis Smiley, NPR, and many more. His memoir, For The Love of Money, was published in July 2016 by Scribner. He has a Bachelor of Arts in English from Columbia University and holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation.
Fri May 12, 2017 Top ^
Senior Show Opening Reception
Time: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
TANG Atrium: A tradition continues as Skidmore’s annual studio art majors’ Senior Thesis Exhibition is scheduled May 12 – 20 at the Tang Teaching Museum. Senior studio art majors will be displaying their work as a capstone to their studies at Skidmore College. An opening reception is scheduled from 6 to 8 pm Friday, May 12. The Department of Art is sponsoring the exhibition. The exhibition and reception are FREE and open to the public.

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