Goddard College at Sundance
In January 2011, Goddard College staff and students traveled to the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah to support and attend Goddard faculty member Alrick Brown's feature film, "Kinyardwanda," inspired by Executive Director Ishmael Ntihabose's stories of survivors of the 1994 Rwandan genocide. They discussed Goddard's influence on their artistic practices and their lives with Kris Gruen, Executive Director of WGDR/WGDH, Goddard College community radio.
An immersive puppet show, live video game, hip hop concert, and house party all rolled into one fantastic spectacle - Grottoblaster is an open-... more
Freedom & Unity: The Vermont Movie is the first-ever documentary series about Vermont. The six-part film is a collaboration of three dozen critically acclaimed Vermont filmmakers, led... more
The beloved Haybarn Theatre, which, as its name suggests, was originally a working hay barn on the Martin Family Farm, was erected in 1868 and moved to its current location on the Greatwood Campus... more
Published on Sept. 18, 2011 on WPTZ News Channel 5.
Stephan Ross, a 1959 graduate of Goddard College, returned to the school Sunday to receive an award and speak to students about his... more