Today Event scheduled
Recurs every Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat until 2/29/20
Please help keep our citizens safe this winter by keeping public walkways free of ice and snow. Thank you Oberlin! Chris Yates Code Administrator City of Oberlin
The Bill Long Foundation (BLF) provides small grants to projects and activities that meet basic human needs or enrich the cultural life of the Oberlin community and its environment.
Professor Ric Sheffield (Kenyon College) discusses how African Americans, even in Ohio, literally risked life, limb, and livelihood to claim their places at the polls.
Kevin R.E. Greenwood, Curator of Asian Art, discusses Mary Ainsworth and her 1950 bequest to the AMAM of 1,500 19th-century Japanese woodblock prints, many of which are now on view in Ripin Gallery.
Vegan Potluck and Presentation: Happy Vegan Dining. After a vegan dinner let's share and learn about our favorite places to dine and dishes to order, and other dining tips.
Recurs every Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu until 3/20/20
The Oberlin Free Store is open Mon–Thurs 7-9 pm and Sat 1-3 pm in the basement of Asia House. Come get clothes, kitchen ware, books and more! New items every week. Call (440) 775-8996 to be let in.
Curatorial Assistant Emma Laube '17 expands on her current exhibition, "Boredom Aesthetics: The Early Videos of Zhang Peili," and examines late 20th-century avant-garde Chinese cultural production.
A group of ENVS students will talk about their fall break research trip to Africatown, AL. They will discuss Africatown’s present-day environmental justice threats and preservation/advocacy work.
Recurs every Tue until 3/31/20
Create sketches and finished designs in acrylic paint, with various color schemes from a limited palette of black, white and the three primary colors, while developing techniques in paint mixing.
Come share what's going on in your business or organization and learn what's happening in others. It's a great networking opportunity. Coffee and donuts provided. Everyone is welcome!
Recurs every Mon until 12/28/20
Do you have a question or concern about the City of Oberlin? Please take the opportunity to stop by and chat with Oberlin City Council Vice President Heather Adelman.
Following up on the Morgan Street Reservoirs Alternatives Workshop that took place on Aug. 14, City Council will host a public work session to discuss potential alternatives. Free & Open to the Public
Dr. Steven Gray will explore participatory modeling, wisdom of crowds, and swarm intelligence as approaches to engaging diverse stakeholders in collaborative environmental decision-making.
This informal talk by Alexandra Letvin, Assistant Curator of European and American Art, will take place in Willard-Newell Gallery. Please meet in the King Sculpture Court (inside the museum).
The AMAM presents a free screening of the 2018 film about Toni Morrison's residency at the Louvre Museum, followed by Q&A with directors and Oberlin faculty members Rian Brown-Orso and Geoff Pingree.
Recurs every Thu until 3/5/20
Four-week class open to anyone who is interested in learning techniques in hand-building and glaze decoration. Thursdays Mar 5-Mar 26, 6:30-8:00pm.