Remembering Our Past, Shaping Our Future


The Taft community paused this week to reflect on the work and passion of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., while celebrating the social and cultural progress achieved through the civil rights movement.

            The multi-day event began on Saturday, January 14 with an annual Taft tradition, WorldFest. WorldFest is an opportunity for members of the Taft community—who hail from more than 40 countries worldwide—to share th...full story

Reflections on the Eternal City


Faculty member and alumnus Joseph Zipoli ’84 shares his love for the city of Rome with the Taft community this month through an exhibit in Potter Gallery. Rome: Reflections on The Eternal City features Zipoli’s personal collection of prints, photographs, sculpture, and books celebrating the history, culture, and beauty of Caput Mundi, “the Capital of the World.”

     Please join us for an opening reception Friday, January 13 from 5 to 7 ...full story

A Cure for the Winter Blues


Taft’s Music for a While concert series continues Friday, January 20 with a performance by Too Blue, an eclectic quintet that brings bluegrass, swing, Celtic, and jazz performances to life. The concert begins at 7 pm in Walker Hall, 50 DeForest Street, Watertown. The event is free and open to the public; no tickets are required.

            Too Blue blends great singing and great picking with fun and creativity as they bring...full story

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