If you are interested in having more opportunities to speak Japanese, join us on Fridays for lunch! The Japanese language table meets once a week with Doshisha University student Tomajin Morikawa ’21. The Japanese Language Table is open to students, faculty and staff who would like to have conversations in Japanese. All are welcome to attend, and you can come and go as it fits your schedule. We hope to see you there!
Are you a knitter who has longed to knit with others? Have you always wanted to be a knitter, but are
intimidated by all of the paraphernalia, complicated stitches and impossible-to-understand instructions?
All students, staff and faculty are welcome.
Please bring a brown bag lunch or grab-and-go lunch.
Join the QRC and out counselors Dr. Darien McFadden and Dr. Sarah Erickson for a weekly discussion on topics related to being queer/trans at Amherst. There will be snacks!
Release is an open forum for Amherst community members to talk about race, ethnicity, cultural identity, and current events impacting us at Amherst and beyond. Conversations center the experiences and voices of people of color.
Guest artist Annie Wang joins the Theater and Dance Department to teach a Masterclass in Contemporary Dance Technique.
Annie Wang is a freelancer based in New York. She dances with Reggie Wilson/Fist and Heel Performance Group, Company Stefanie Batten Bland, and Parijat Desai; she has also worked with Carrie Ellmore-Tallitsch, Daria Fain, and MADArt Productions. Her choreography has been presented at Five Myles, the Center for Performance Research, the 92Y, BKSD, WestFest Dance, Triskelion, BRIC, and the Chocolate Factory Theater. Annie has been artist-in-residence at BRIClab, Atlantic Center for the Arts, and the Marble House Project. She was awarded a Brooklyn Arts Council grant to develop her work, “Marigram”, which will be presented at the Exponential Festival in 2020.
All are welcome to attend!
The Amherst College Choral Society directed by Dr. Arianne Abela presents their Homecoming concert. The concert features works by Daley, Viadana, Rogers; and more. The Choral Society is joined by composer and Amherst College alumnus, Jerry Noble '83 in the world-premiere of his composition, What's it gonna take? (Love). Admission is FREE and open to the public. Buckley Recital Hall, Arms Music Center. Friday, October 25, at 8 PM.