Oberlin College and Conservatory

Events

Thursday, November 1

Studio Art Faculty Exhibition 2018

This exhibition features recent research by Oberlin College Studio Art faculty. Exhibition on view from October 12 to November 9. Gallery hours are 9 a.m....

Barbara Bloom: THE RENDERING ( H x W x D = )

At the invitation of FRONT International: Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art, New York-based artist Barbara Bloom has created a work specifically for...

Mathematics Pizza Lunch

Please join the Department of Mathematics for a Pizza Lunch with speakers Assistant Professor Lola Thompson and Assistant Professor Ben Linowitz, whose topic...

Seneca's Ugly Feelings

Chiara Graf is a PhD student in Classics at the University of Toronto, and the winner of the 2018 John J. Winkler Prize in Classics. She will deliver her...

Oberlin & Oakland

The Portal sits at Oakland International High School in Oakland, CA. The school targets a population of students, newly arrived immigrants, who have...

Empire of Water: Art and Environment in Northern Song Dynasty China

Lecture by Liu Heping, associate professor of art history at Wellesley College. The talk examines connections between art and the two largest water projects...

Hope for the Family: The Effects of Merit Aid Programs on Parental Outcomes, by Olga Malkova

"Hope for the Family: The Effects of Merit Aid Programs on Parental Outcomes," is a talk by Olga Malkova, assistant professor of economics, Gatton College of...

Labor and the Class Idea in the United States and Canada: Barry Eidlin '96

"Labor and the Class Idea in the United States and Canada," presented by Barry Eidlin '96, assistant professor of sociology, McGill University. About the...

Noise and the Megacity: The Watson Year of Paulus Van Horne ’16

Paulus Van Horne ’16 will reflect on their experience picking through the sonic environment of the urban metropolis. During their Watson fellowship year,...

First Thursday: Naima J. Keith

Naima J. Keith, deputy director of the California African American Museum in Los Angeles, delivers the keynote address for “Creating Space: Curating Black...

Oberlin Mental Health Alliance General Interest Meeting

Join the conversation about mental health at Oberlin! We want your input about how you think Oberlin Mental Health Alliance (OMHA) should run, from the...

Guest Recital: Noise and the Megacity, Paulus van Horne ’17

TIMARA alum Paulus van Horne returns from their Watson fellowship to give a solo performance highlighting their work on urban noise. Live quadrophonic...

Guest Recital: SoloDuo, Classical Guitar

A guest recital sponsored by the Oberlin Guitar Association performed by SoloDuo-Lorenzo Micheli and Matteo Mela. Read more about SoloDuo

Thursday, November 1