Campus and the Nature Trail are closed to outside visitors.
We look forward to welcoming neighbors back as soon as it is safe to do so.
To minimize the potential for vectoring and to support the health of the Haverford community and those with whom our community members interact, visitors to campus will be permitted on the Haverford College campus only as authorized guests. Download the Campus Access and Guest Policy (PDF)
Virtual Family & Friends Weekend
While we can't be together in person, from October 22–25 we're hosting a mix of live and on-demand online events. This switch to the virtual space enables us to do our part to keep the Haverford community safe while allowing you to enjoy Haverford College from the comfort of home.
Thursday, December 3, 2020
7:00PM to 8:00PM
Please join VCAM for an end of semester virtual music performance and conversation with Philadelphia electronic musician Christopher Sean Powell! The event will consist of a performance by Powell, followed by a breakdown and Q&A about making music with modular synthesizers. The event will conclude with a second performance by Powell. RSVP to attend! Photo: Jessica Kourkounis.
Tuesday, December 8, 2020
4:30PM to 6:00PM
Sound Museum Collective holds space to reconstruct our relationships to sound by creating a platform for women, nonbinary and trans sound artists and engineers. Through accessible workshops and skill shares, creative team projects and community partnerships, SMC demystifies audio engineering while sharing in the resounding nature of sound. Elissa Fredeen and Jackie Milestone will talk about how SMC got started, our past workshops, some current projects and our long term goals. Following, Gladys Harlow (Street Rat) will perform with their circuit bent theremins and the talk will wrap up with a Q & A. Join us via zoom!
Wednesday, December 9, 2020
8:00PM to 9:30PM
Bad Feminists Making Films will feature short screenings of works-in-progress from women filmmakers who will be discussing the importance of intimacy in feminist ethnographic filmmaking practice. The panel will explore the personal relationships and bonds with family, found family, and friends show how love informs their practices, collaborations, and aesthetics in filmmaking. Featuring the work of Ethnocine Collective members Emily Hong, Miasarah Lai, and Mariangela Mihai, and moderated by Elena Guzman. RSVP to attend!