Vermont Humanities

The Many Meanings of Maple

Woodstock History Center 26 Elm St, Woodstock

This presentation examines the many meanings of maple sugaring. Maple is enormously important to Vermont’s economy, ecology, and heritage. Champlain College professor Michael Lange will discuss sugaring ethnographically, based on over five years of research among sugarmakers all over the state, to learn from them what sugaring really means to Vermont.

Kwanitekw – Sustainer of Life

In honor of World Water Day, the Vermont Abenaki Artists Association (VAAA) is pleased to present Kwanitekw (Connecticut River): The Sustainer of Life. On March 22 at 7pm, a panel of Indigenous citizens and environmental scientists share multiple perspectives on living in relationship with the Connecticut River watershed.

Ethical Implications of AI Panel Discussion

As our society increasingly relies on artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, how can we understand and articulate the ethical implications of this rapidly developing field? Designed to connect more deeply with BCA's exhibition "Co-Created: The Artist in the Age of Intelligent Machines," join us for a moderated discussion with a panel of speakers who will explore the moral and social complexities of AI.