“The Privileged Poor” author Anthony Jack to speak Wed, Feb. 5, 7:30pm at Chapin Hall
Anthony Jack, sociologist & Harvard Prof., is transforming the way we address diversity & inclusion in education. His new book: “The Privileged Poor: How Elite Colleges are Failing Disadvantaged Students” reframes the conversation surrounding poverty & higher education. His talk is FREE. Wed, Feb. 5, 7:30-9pm at Chapin Hall, Williams College.
Images Cinema presents a documentary about Shirley Chisholm on Mon, Feb. 10 at 7:00pm
Chisholm ’72: Unbought & Unbossed follows the political career of Shirley Chisholm, from a teacher in Harlem, to local politics, to a seat in Congress, and her historic 1972 campaign as the first African American woman to run for president. Images Cinema screens the documentary at 7:00pm, Monday, Feb. 10.
Guest speaker: Barbara Winslow, Founder & Director Emeritus of The Shirley Chisholm Project.
Sports in the Dark– Ping Pong & Corn Hole–MONDAY nights, 6:00pm at the Williams Inn
Enjoy a game of Ping Pong…or friendly game of Corn Hole at the Williams Inn during winter Mondays at 6:00pm
“Special FX Green Screen Magic!” Video Production Workshop for YOUTH, grades 4-7 at WilliNet Studio
Make your visual dreams come true during this 3-day video production workshop over February school vacation. Act! Direct! Film! Sound & visual FX! Advance sign-up required– at the Milne Public Library children’s section–call Kirsten Rose–458-5369.
Workshop takes place at WilliNet studio, 34 Spring St. on Tue-Thu, Feb. 18, 19, 20, 9:30am – noon.
Documentary: “Museum Town” free screening @ Mass MoCA, 4:00 pm, Sat. Jan. 25.
Free screening of the documentary MUSEUM TOWN – a chronicle of MASS MoCA & its hometown of North Adams – at 4:00 PM at MASS MoCA. Q & A with filmmaker Jennifer Trainer Thompson will follow the film.
Part of MoCA’s free admission Community Day on Saturday, JANUARY 25.