2019 Champlain Institute: Art: Dissent and Diplomacy

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

2019 Summer Events

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


July 9th, 2019

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    9
    Terry Tempest Williams

    Coffee & Conversation: Americans Who Tell the Truth

    9:00am, Deering Common Community Center Painter Robert Shetterly discusses his portraits and narratives, hanging in the Blum Gallery from July 2–August 31, which highlight citizens who courageously address issues of social, environmental, and economic fairness. Shetterly speaks with Bonnie Tai, director of COA’s Educational Studies Program.

July 30th, 2019

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    30
    Catherine Brown Collins

    Cultural Diplomacy and Soft Power through the Arts

    9:30am, Davis Center for International and Regional Studies The College of the Atlantic Champlain Institute welcomes Catherine Brown Collins from the U.S. State Department and Ted Widmer, distinguished visiting scholar and director of the Humanities Lab at Macaulay Honors College, CUNY.

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