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Filmmaker Garrett Bradley ’07 Debuts First Museum Show Filmmaker Garrett Bradley ’07 Debuts First Museum Show
Garrett Bradley: American Rhapsody is currently on display at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston. The exhibition of works by the New Orleans–based artist and filmmaker features new and recent single and multichannel films and videos that address themes of race, class and social justice.
Smith Dining Staff Do Battle in Sandwich Wars What Sibyl Brown ’14 Wants You to Know About Hunger ‘Black Refractions’ at SCMA Engages Local Community
Smith Dining Staff Do Battle in Sandwich Wars What Sibyl Brown ’14 Wants You to Know About Hunger ‘Black Refractions’ at SCMA Engages Local Community
Smith Dining Services thought the sandwich offerings on campus needed a little freshening up so they put a call out to dining staff to come up with some scrumptious ideas—and they delivered. Smith staff from all corners of the campus volunteered to be judges. Find out what new culinary creations will be served on campus in the very near future. As a student, Sibyl Brown ’14 founded the Smith College chapter of the Food Recovery Network, a group of students who collect leftovers from Smith dining rooms and donate them to local organizations. Today, Brown is the community engagement coordinator for Feeding South Florida. A passionate advocate for food justice, she explains that the hungry are not who you think. Springfield Central High School students (from left) Elizabeth Mickens, Karina Eddington and Joseph Bonilla in the Smith College Museum of Art's Winslow Teaching Gallery display the exhibition catalogue for Black Refractions. The students led guided conversations about works in the exhibition during a recent Free Community Day of activities.
Register Today For Women to Women: Republic of Georgia
Smith Travel has partnered with MIT Alumni Travel for this unique trip to Georgia, where you will meet with leading businesswomen, members of the Caucasus Environmental NGO Network and a rising culinary star. Faculty speaker will be Brigitte Buettner, Louise Ines Doyle 1934 Professor of Art.
Power Up: A Summit for Smith College Women in Business
Anu Aiyengar ’91, managing director of North American mergers and acquisitions at JP Morgan Chase, and Busy Burr ’83, president of Carrot Inc., are just two of the high-level executives and business leaders on tap to share their stories and advice during Power Up. This incredible summit, exclusively for Smith alumnae, will bring together alumnae entrepreneurs, CEOs and strategists for an incredible day and a half of discussions, workshops, mentoring and networking opportunities. Power Up takes place April 23–24, in New York City. Space is limited, so register today.
Selected items from the news media featuring Smith College people and programs
MS. MAGAZINE: Prof. Carrie Baker: ‘Bombshell’ satisfying and hard to watch
MIAMI HERALD: Prof. Andrea Moore: The best way to hear Beethoven anew
BLOOMBERG NEWS: Prof. Andrew Zimbalist: On the boom in building sports stadiums
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