2019 Champlain Institute: Art: Dissent and Diplomacy

Art: Dissent and Diplomacy explores the ways art challenges, promotes, undermines and advances political, social, religious and cultural norms. The Institute takes place the week of Monday, July 29 - Friday, August 2. Please visit the Champlain Institute Page  more information. 

2019 Summer Events

Full schedule of events, including Coffee & Conversations
Champlain Institute schedule


August 20th, 2019

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    Film Screening: A Dangerous Idea | Eugenics, Genetics and the American Dream

    4:30pm, Thomas S. Gates, Jr. Community Center Co-creators and executive producers Mary Morgan and Andrew Kimbrell screen their documentary examining eugenics, genetics and the American dream. This powerful film traces the myth that genes predetermine the worth of an individual and examines how this myth has provided a rationale for state sanctioned crimes committed against America’s most vulnerable citizens, and now gains new traction under the Trump administration.  A talkback to follow the screening.

August 22nd, 2019

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    Terry Tempest Williams

    Americans Who Tell the Truth

    5:00pm, College of the Atlantic Ethel H. Blum Gallery Painter Robert Shetterly’s portraits and narratives highlight citizens who courageously address issues of social, environmental, and economic fairness. A selection of his work is featured in the Blum Gallery from July 2–August 31. Join Shetterly for the closing reception of the show on August 22. 

 
Have questions about any of these events? Contact Wes Norton , our Manager of Donor Engagement.