Suzanna Sherry, Vanderbilt University Law School's Herman O. Loewenstein Professor of Law, will discuss the merits of lifetime appointments in this Goldfarb Center debate. Ilya Shapiro, Robert A. Levy Center for Constitutional Studies director at the Cato Institute, will argue the opposing view.
We could all use a little celebration these days! Get your costumes ready, grab a refreshing drink, and join the Maine Jewish community for a festive Purim. To receive Zoom details, please register below. After you sign up, you’ll receive a confirmation email with the program link.
Watch a pre-recorded conversation between Elizabeth Finch and Marshall N. Price, co-curators of Roy Lichtenstein: History in the Making, 1948–1960. They will discuss the little-known early career of the Pop art legend and their collaborative work on this groundbreaking exhibition.
This recital, specially curated for Colby’s Music in the Museum concert series, features carefully chosen songs from Resinosa’s commissioned premieres. The Resinosa Ensemble is a chamber trio formed in 2016 featuring Joëlle Morris, mezzo-soprano; Bridget Convey, piano; and Eliza Meyer, cello.
Join the virtual opening of our spring exhibitions—Roy Lichtenstein: History in the Making, 1948–1960 and Miracles on the Border: Retablos of Mexican Migrants to the United States—which will be open in our galleries for Colby students, faculty, and staff, and virtually to the general public.
Come listen to Rabbi Rachel Isaacs, Executive Director of the CSTJL, and Lane Kadish ’20, an alum of our student Jewish Leadership Fellowship program, as they participate on a panel about small town Jewish life in America, moderated by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
During each Artful Healing session, Bodhi Simpson, LCPC, ATR will gently guide participants through a 30-min creative healing exercise inspired by a work in the Museum’s collection. Simpson is an art therapist with a private practice in Waterville, Maine, called Conscious Art Therapy.
Experience greater mind-body connection though our Artful Meditation program. During this session, Jing Ye, a meditation teacher and a counselor at Colby College, will guide participants through a meditation inspired by Glenn Ligon’s Palindrome #1, 2007.