Oberlin College and Conservatory

Events

Thursday, November 21

Of Aggression and Domination

This exhibition, Of Aggression and Domination, shines a light upon the liberal and conservative media, and strives to reflect how it dominates the national...

Interested in a Career in Heritage Management?

Archaeology * EPA * Historic Preservation * Landscape Architecture Brandon Gabler, PhD, regional director and vice president of operations at Commonwealth...

CANCELLED: Faculty Recital: Drew Pattison, bassoon

THIS RECITAL HAS BEEN CANCELLED: A faculty recital by Drew Pattison, bassoon. -- Program TBA -- Read more about Drew Pattison.

Math Tea

Hang out with cool people who like math! And eat cookies. Everyone is welcome. Presented by the Math Majors Committee.

Oberlin Thanksgiving Potluck and Multifaith Gathering

Enjoy an early Thanksgiving celebration at the annual Thanksgiving Potluck Feast and Multifaith Gathering. Faculty, staff, and area residents are asked to...

Master Ballroom and Runway Class with Twiggy Pucci Garçon

In this session, you will gain a historic context of the ballroom performance art subculture from the early 1900s through the present and get a Hands-on...

Creative Writing Fiction & Poetry Reading with Chelsey Johnson and Xandria Phillips

Chelsey Johnson ’97 was raised in Minnesota, and currently resides in Arizona. Her debut novel Stray City, came out with Custom House/Harper Collins in 2018....

Kuumba Week Film Festival: Agents of Change

Oberlin’s annual celebration of black creativity features the Kuumba Week Film Festival. See five award-winning films that explore such themes as race,...

Guest Recital: Apple Hill String Quartet

Elise Kuder ’97, Jesse MacDonald, violin Michael Kelley ’96, viola Rupert Thompson, cello with Dana Lyn ’96, violin This concert with the Apple Hill String...

Small Jazz Ensembles

A performance by student small jazz ensembles. Program: The Ike Fenner Ensemble Directed by Kip Reed Diana Gruber, voice Sammy Davies, trumpet Ike...

New Works Festival #1: The Size of a Fist

‘‘It’s like, science fiction, post-apocalyptic, father and daughter, hopefully funny and sad?” In the first entry of Oberlin’s New Works Festival 2019, The...

Thursday, November 21