TANG Payne: Join us Saturday, July 31, at either 1:00PM or 3:00PM for Family Saturday: What’s in a picture?, a multigenerational workshop for children 5 and older and their adult companions. Each…Read More
Virtual EventTang at Home Studio: What's In A Picture?
CO Calendar Only #1: Join us for Tang at Home Studio: What’s in a Picture? on Sunday, August 1, at 11:00AM, to talk about art, make art, and share — all conducted via Zoom.In this session, we will…Read More
Performance - MusicUpbeat on the Roof with Laveda
TPRK Volleyball Court: Join the Tang Teaching Museum at 6pm Tuesday, August 3, for a performance by Laveda on the lawn outside the Tang. The genre blending dream pop/rock group sets nostalgic and…Read More
Performance - MusicUpbeat on the Roof with Thomasina Winslow
TPRK Volleyball Court: Join us at 6 PM Thursday, August 5, for a performance by Thomasina Winslow on the lawn outside the Tang. Blues singer Thomasina Winslow’s snappy guitar chops and rich warm…Read More
- With collaborative research projects, art exhibitions, concerts, unique opportunities to try — and learn — new things, and even a marriage proposal, Skidmore has been an exciting place this summer.
- President Conner participates in a ceremonial bricklaying to mark a milestone in the second phase of CIS construction.
- With elaborate picnic baskets, a silent auction, and generous donations, community members offered their support to the Joseph C. and Anne T. Palamountain Scholarship Fund.
- Skidmore’s Tang Teaching Museum welcomes back visitors this summer with new exhibitions and events, including the return of in-person Family Saturdays and Upbeat on the Roof concerts.
- Dozens of collaborative research projects — across disciplines ranging from anthropology and computer science to neuroscience and social work — are taking place in person and on Skidmore’s campus this summer after going online during the pandemic.
- What will the world after COVID-19 look like? Skidmore faculty share their own visions for the future based on teaching, research, national and international events, and experiences during this transformative period.
- Skidmore has appointed Anita Jack-Davies and Christopher Barnes to two important diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) leadership positions at the College.
- Ibram X. Kendi’s “How to be an Antiracist” is the First-Year Experience's summer reading. A memoir, the book details Kendi’s real-life encounters with racism and his advice on eliminating it.
- Adrian Bautista, a proven and highly experienced leader in all areas of student affairs in a liberal arts college setting — from strategic planning and fiscal management to diverse and inclusive student engagement and support — will assume the role on Aug. 16.
We believe that every life is made more profound with creativity at its core.Read More
We’re completely committed to environmental action. From our own solar field and 29 buildings with geothermal heating and cooling, to student-run composting, gardens, and more–we’re doing it ourselves so our ecosystems, and those beyond them, can reap immediate benefits.