Beatlemore Skidmania - Skidmore’s annual celebration of the Beatles features Skidmore students performing their own interpretations of songs from the Beatles’ White Album, which turns 50 this year. Proceeds benefit Skidmore Cares.
Leonard Bernstein at 100: Performance and Panel Discussion - “I, Too, Sing America”: Selections and a dialogue on race in Leonard Bernstein’s “Songfest.”
Leonard Bernstein at 100: The Humanitarian and Social Critic - In collaboration with six internationally acclaimed opera soloists, the Skidmore Orchestra, under the direction of Anthony G. Holland, concludes Skidmore’s Leonard Bernstein at 100 Celebration.
Tang wins national award
The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College has received first prize in the 2018 American Alliance of Museums Publications Design Competition.
Join artist Kamau Amu Patton on Thursday, Nov. 29, 5- 9 p.m. for a listening event in his exhibition "Tel_" in the Tang’s mezzanine.
The Severely Brothers Performance
The Severely Brothers, a band fronted by Tim Davis, whose exhibition “Tim Davis — When We Are Dancing (I Get Ideas)” is on view at the Tang will perform Thursday, Dec. 6, at 7 p.m.
Hockey team opens with strong start
The Thoroughbred ice hockey team is 1-1-1 to start the 2018-19 season. The team started with a 4-1 win at SUNY Cortland. Skidmore opened New England Hockey Conference play with a 2-1 overtime loss at nationally ranked Norwich University on Nov. 2 and a 4-4 tie at Castleton University on Nov. 3. Brandon Borges ’21 landed on the NEHC Honor Roll for a goal and two assists.
Skidmore unveils Valentine Boathouse
As part of Celebration Weekend, Skidmore celebrated the opening of its newest building, which is named for trustee Peg Valentine and Mike Valentine, parents of Martha, a 2009 Skidmore graduate and former rower.