A panel of speakers will make a presentation about the Lakota Nation, its spirituality and culture, and the canonization of Nicholas Black Elk.
For more information, please visit: https://knightsite.smcvt.edu/mccarthygallery/ On display through April 6th. Gallery Reception on March 29th at 5pm.
Bagages (2017) is a documentary on young immigrants at the secondary school of Paul-Gérin-Lajoie-d’Outremont. This film gives a voice to young immigrants between the ages of 12 and 17 who arrived in Montreal less than 2 years ago.
Solo piano recital by graduating SMC music major Andrew Koerner, a student of Susan Summerfield, with music in both classical and popular genres. Free admission.
Solo vocal recital by graduating SMC music major John Jacob, a student of Amber DeLaurentis Cleary, with popular songs, show tunes, and classical works in a program representing important moments Jacob’s life. Free admission.
Senior Recital for music major Alex Bigelow, who will be playing styles of the blues, jazz, rock, country, on guitar.
The Vermont Symphonic Winds, under the direction of Lisa Jablow, offers a concert featuring a wide variety of music from both the classic and current wind orchestra literature. $10 adults, $5 seniors and students. Free admission for kids or with SMC id.
For more information, please visit: https://knightsite.smcvt.edu/mccarthygallery/ On display through April 20th. Gallery Reception April 12th at 5pm.
Lisa Cosgrove, PhD is a Clinical Psychologist and Professor at the University of Massachusetts, Boston and a former Research Fellow at the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, Harvard University. Her research addresses the ethical and medical-legal issues that arise in organized psychiatry because of academic-industry relationships. Dr. Cosgrove has published articles, book chapters, and has co-edited casebooks on these topics, and her research has been cited and discussed in major media outlets.She is co-author, with Robert Whitaker, of the 2015 book Psychiatry under the Influence: Institutional Corruption, Social Injury, and Prescriptions for Reform, published by Palgrave/Macmillan.Sponsored by the Master’s Program in Clinical Psychology Free and Open to the Public
History Department Phi Alpha Theta Honor Society Induction Ceremony
Induction ceremony for the Saint Michael's chapter of the international honor society in business.
The Saint Michael’s College chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest academic honors society, inducts new student members.
Please join us for the induction of new members into Saint Michael's chapter of the Delta Epsilon Sigma Catholic Honors Society.
Please join us for the induction of new members into the Saint Michael's chapter of the Theta Alpha Kappa Honors Society for Religious Studies/Theology
Induction ceremony for the Saint Michael's College chapter of the international honor society in political science.
Solo vocal recital by graduating SMC music minor Patricia Kohn, a student of Victoria Drew. Free admission.
Solo vocal recital by graduating SMC music minor Emily Chabot, a student of Victoria Drew. Free admission.
Dave Patterson '02 will read from his first novel, Soon the Light Will be Perfect.
For more information, please visit: https://knightsite.smcvt.edu/mccarthygallery/ On display April 22 - May 10. Gallery Reception April 25th at 6pm.
Media Studies, Journalism & Digital ArtsSenior Seminar Multimedia Presentations
Kettly Mars, who is probably the most prominent woman writer in Haiti these days, will give a lecture in English followed by a Q&A.
Come hear the spring concert by Saint Michael's College's all-women a cappella singing ensemble.
The Saint Michael’s College String Orchestra, under the direction of Fran Pepperman Taylor, performs a program including works of Edvard Grieg, Gioacchino Rossini, and others. Free admission.
The Saint Michael’s College Chorale, under the direction of Erin Grainger, performs a semi-staged version of W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan’s classic one-act operetta Trial by Jury. Free admission.
SMC music students studying voice and instruments show their stuff in a joint recital. Free admission.
The Saint Michael’s College Wind Ensemble and Jazz Orchestra, both under the direction of Brian McCarthy, offer their end-of-the-year concert. Free admission.
SMC music students and faculty gather for the annual performance of Terry Riley’s classic minimalist participatory work In C. Players of all melody instruments from on campus and the local community are invited to bring their instruments and join in. Free admission.
Come hear Soulful Harmony sing for their last concert of the school year!
A Cappella concert!
The South Burlington Community Chorus and the Mad River Chorale, directed by Erik Kroncke and Mary Jane Austin respectively, join forces for a performance of Carl Orff’s beloved cantata Carmina Burana. Visit https://sbchorusvt.org/ for information and ticket prices. Free admission with SMC id.
The Vermont Choral Union, with music director Lisa Jablow, presents timeless a cappella music sure to lift your spirits as spring takes hold in Vermont. Visit https://www.vtchoralunion.org/ for information and ticket prices. Free admission with SMC id.
A recital of new works by SMC students in the composition class, played by local musicians Anne Janson, Simon Webber, and Jane Boxall. Free admission.
Intensive English Program Graduation Celebration Alliot Vermont Room 1:00 to 2:00 Please join our international students to celebrate their year long commitment to achieving a high level of English proficiency.
Bella Voce Women's Chorus, directed by Dr. Dawn O. Willis, presents They Called Her Moses, a cantata by Robert De Cormier on the life of Harriet Tubman, with narrator Louise De Cormier. Visit http://www.bellavocevt.org/ for information and ticket prices. Free admission with SMC id.