Hyman Forum of the Athenaeum
1021 Dulaney Valley Rd, Towson, MD 21286, USA
Modeled after the amphitheatres of Europe, the Hyman Forum is a wide-open space configured to host various kinds of readings, performances, panel discussions, and other public events. It can accommodate crowds of varying sizes as they accumulate on the steps and seating areas to observe and participate in the programs and events. Video monitors around the forum enable visitors to watch unfolding world events, films, simulcasts of campus events, and other footage.
Majors and Minors Fair 3/29 3pm
As you prepare for spring registration, come meet with faculty and learn about the majors and minors offered at Goucher! There will be additional information...
A Conversation About Working on Campus 3/29 4:30pm
Join us in the Hyman Forum to learn about our revised Student Employment policies.
Hyman Forum 11/15 4pm
Campus conversation on the Presidential Election with Goucher Faculty. All staff, faculty and students are invited to attend and to be part of this...
6 Hour Composition Fair Concert 3/4/2017
Composition Fair 3/4/2017
Queen Nur Performance 2/27/2017
Stories From Abroad 2/15/2017
Emily Perl left a positive review 9/27/2016
It was a super informative event that looked at the issue of Food Justice from a number of different, important perspectives.
Katherine Choe left a positive review 10/2/2015
Very global and vibrant. Amazingly talented musicians too.
Christina Kim posted a photo 11/17/2014
Pamela Flinton left a positive review 2/3/2014
I enjoyed it. A different type of venue for me, but worth the time.
Lydia Truitt left a positive review 2/28/2012
Jiwon Park left a positive review 4/4/2012
Jiwon Park left a positive review 3/5/2012
Lydia Truitt left a positive review 2/24/2012
This event was amazing! Very well put together and a lot of fun!
Elizabeth Bouruet-Aubertot left a positive review 2/24/2012
Really Enjoyed it!
Christopher Hayes left a positive review 11/2/2011
Scott Fried was an excellent speaker and advocate for the AIDS/HIV awareness movement program. His speech was deeply moving and inspired a newfound passion for life. His performance as an intermediary and friend was remarkably beautiful. Much more than a mere advocate, Mr. Fried created an atmosophere where everyone is valued and deemed important even during times of personal hardship, a lasting empathy much needed in today's society.
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