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|1749||Cēsu Pluriversitāte: (un)learning through the landscape, June 28, 2020|
In the midst of the current climate (COVID) our orbit has become smaller, but not less valuable. Limitations can bring to the surface observations that would not have been visible before. The familiar paths within the neighborhood hold unnoticed details, questions, and knowledge. Landscapes consist of natural and human shaped relics that mark human values and skills. However, the familiar sometimes feels so known that we stop observing the way new landscapes draw curiosity. Can we unlearn the knowledge that clouds our minds for new thinking? When we aim for a deeper connection with the outer we can also better understand the inner landscape. They are inseparable and by changing one - we shape both. [show more]
|2029||Barbara Meyers selfie on the Gates porch|
Barbara Meyers, Head Gardener, sitting on the porch of Gates while watching virtual 2020 graduation.
|2028||Vanessa Taylor and Micaela Sueldo Glattli|
Vanessa Taylor (alumnx) and Micaela Sueldo Glattli selfies on a airplane traveling from Maine to Colombia.
|1712||Vanessa Taylor masked selfie|
Alumnx Vanessa Taylor masked selfie during travel from Maine to Colombia.
|1713||Mother's Day 2020|
Mother's Day, May 10, 2020. 40 degrees Fahrenheit, 25 mph wind. Our walk at Stone Barn Farm. Stone Barn Farm in the foreground, Peggy Rockefeller Farm in the background.
|1726||First virtual Coffee and Conversation of 2020 season|
The first virtual Coffee and Conversation between Todd Little-Siebold and Tom Wessels. The Coffee and Conversation series hosted by the Development Office features discussions between a guest and a COA faculty member or trustee. These conversations are held every Tuesday morning during July and August.
|1727||COA Community Garden closure sign|
Gardening in the time of COVID-19. The COA Community Garden gate padlocked with a "garden closed" sign.
|1729||Behind the scenes of the Champlain Institute|
Development staff member Lynn Boulger, faculty member Jamie KcKown, and presenter Ted Widmer behind the scenes at the first virtual Champlain Institute. The Champlain Institute is a week-long ideas festival which hosts leaders from around the country and the world to share their expertise on pressing issues of our time.
|1730||Behind the scenes of the Champlain Institute|
Development staff member Wes Norton, IT staff member Jarly Bobadilla, and Library staff member Zach Soares behind the scenes at the first virtual Champlain Institute. The Champlain Institute is a week-long ideas festival which hosts leaders from around the country and the world to share their expertise on pressing issues of our time.
Ted Widmer introducing the session Unbreaking America, a conversation with Josh Silver and COA Trustee Will Thorndike during the first virtual Champlain Institute. The Champlain Institute is a week-long ideas festival which hosts leaders from around the country and the world to share their expertise on pressing issues of our time.
|1733||Getting ready for Hillary Rodham Clinton at the Champlain Institute|
A set stage in Gates Auditorium is ready to virtually host Hillary Rodham Clinton, the keynote speaker of the Champlain Institute. The Champlain Institute is a week-long ideas festival which hosts leaders from around the country and the world to share their expertise on pressing issues of our time.
|1734||Tent on the north lawn|
One tent among many being put up around campus to provide the communtiy covered outdoor gathering spaces, as well as spaces for conducting COVID-19 testing.
|1736||White pine stools|
Stools made from a white pine that blew down on campus during the winter. These stools will be used for outdoor gatherings on campus.
|1737||Bar Harbor Inn sign|
Bar Harbor Inn's business sign with opening date changed due to COVID-19.
|1738||Ben & Bill's Chocolate Emporium storefront|
Ben & Bill's famous lobster statue with a face covering and COVID-19 signage in their store windows.
|1739||Hannaford employee sanitizing shopping carts|
A Hannaford employee sanitizing shopping carts while wearing face covering and gloves due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
|1740||Park Street playground|
A sign announcing the closure of the Park Street Playground due to COVID-19.
|1741||Ray's Barbershop storefront|
Ray's Barbershop storefront signage reflecting business changes due to COVID-19.
|1742||Sherman's Bookstore storefront|
Sherman's Bookstore storefront rainbow book display and signage thanking essential workers.
|1743||Side Street Cafe signage|
Side Street Cafe's social distancing sign and a banner announcing curbside delivery due to COVID-19.
|1744||Window Panes signage|
Window Panes storefront signage during the pandemic encouraging hope and strength for the MDI community.
Mailbox by McCormick Lecture Hal filled with free masks for use during the pandemic.
Mailbox by the Turrets filled with free masks for use during the pandemic.
|1747||The 4th of July, 2020|
A short personal reflection on the fourth of July during Stephanie's summer internship on a farm at the Colorado Rocky Mountain School in Carbondale, CO.
|1748||COVID letters from John Anderson, Professor of Zoology, Ecology, Animal Behavior|
A series of e-mails sent by John to current and former advisees during the pandemic.