Alana Bea

benningtonstudents:

Here is a video that got me so excited to come home! Please enjoy this wonderful snapshot of last term, provided by my friend Erika Lygren.

-Alana ‘15

That is all, I just love love love this video!

justkeepbeing:

NYC PRIDE HIGHLIGHT: This finally happened and Tegan is more down to earth than I could have dreamed of!

I am blogging this because I want remember these moments, but I also want to consolidate my blog

justkeepbeing:

NYC PRIDE HIGHLIGHT: This finally happened and Tegan is more down to earth than I could have dreamed of!

I am blogging this because I want remember these moments, but I also want to consolidate my blog

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justkeepbeing:

Watching this just makes the word a little bit better

So true!

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CONGRATULATIONS!!! We can’t wait to see you in the Fall :)

Arden=You!
Alana = Bennington!
Stop sitting on that bench and come join the fun!

Behind the scenes, behind the sleeves of a goofy video from Thursday morning shift! Enjoy!

-Alana and Arden

My final project is very open ended for my Experiential Anatomy class. I wanted it to be personal so I decided to dig in and learn more about the ossification process of bones when they are healing from a break (I currently have a broken humerus bone from arm wrestling for charity).

I was in my friend Tess’s room getting lost in science research on my screen and beginning to get frustrated. Tess is studying medical anthropology and has her eyes set on med school post Bennington. She asked what I was working on and then enthusiastically dropped her math homework and brought my to “her section” of the library. I was so scared as I am taking my first bio class this term, but glad to have a friend to help me find what I needed. 

Little did I know, I would find my friend Sam working on his research for his performance project about the fluids of the body. He was calling on the help of a fellow student Hillary for her neuroscience wisdom and problem solving in the library!

Just thought I would post about collaboration at it’s finest!

Have a great Weekend!
-Alana

Spring called to take us out of the office on a nice meandering walk through campus while the flowers started blooming…

-Alana, Glennis, and Julia ‘15

Bennington Dancers!!!

Over her last Field Work Term at Bennington, Corina Dazel worked with her dream company in D.C. You can read more about her adventures here. She is the co-founder of Movement Collective, a movement arts engagement group on campus. Her other half talks a bit about a plan in dance at Bennington which you should read about too! Lastly, you should check out this amazing video that some lovely folks of the Movement Collective Ensemble put together last term!
Please enjoy,
Alana ‘15

I just came back from being out on tour and, although it is not snowy on commons lawn today, I thought this would help me picture the best days of the winter months in Vermont!-Alana ‘15

I just came back from being out on tour and, although it is not snowy on commons lawn today, I thought this would help me picture the best days of the winter months in Vermont!

-Alana ‘15