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Please contact us at least two weeks before you plan to arrive so that we can accommodate your needs. Within five days of your submission the Office of Admissions will send you an email confirming your visit to Naropa. Please note that by submitting this request your visitation is not automatically scheduled. 
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Upcoming Naropa Events

Tuesday, April 22
Driven to Abstraction? Listening for 'Late Style' in Feminist Avant-Garde Poetry with Leslie Scalapino Lecturer in Innovative Poetics, Steve Evans
Arapahoe Campus
7:00pm
 
This evening will include a lecture by Steve Evans, followed by time for questions. After a brief intermission, the evening will conclude with music by Evans, who will play clips of the poets discussed in the lecture.
 
Saturday, April 26
The Art of Mind & Emothion:  An Exploration through Psychology, Psychiatry, & Buddhism Featuring Lhopppon Rinpoche, Deborah Bowman, & Dr. Antonio Wood
Nalanda Campus
3:00pm
 
What is the mind? What are emotions? How do we work with them? Join us for a panel discussion of the mind and emotions from Buddhist and psychological perspectives, featuring Lhoppon Rinpoche, Naropa's Deborah Bowman, and Dr. Antonio Wood.
 
Saturday, April 26
World Music and Dance Concert
Arapahoe Campus
7:00pm
 
Join Naropa's School of the Arts for a lively performance of drumming and dancing, directed by Maputo Mensah.
 
Friday, May 9
BA Graduation Reading
MFA Graduation Reading
Arapahoe Campus
5:00pm BA | 8:00pm MFA
 
Join us in celebrating the work of our graduating Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics students!
 
June 2 - June 28
40th Annual Summer Writing Program:  Anthropocene
Arapahoe Campus
 
Naropa's fortieth Summer Writing Program centers on the "anthropocene," the age where everything is affected and conditioned by humans. Through four weeks of workshops, panel discussions, and readings, we will explore shifting the frequency in our writing and communities, emphasizing the urgency of guardianship of our planet's stability and sanity.

Learn more, register, or view individual program events.

Webinars and Live Chats:
Webinars are online presentations for prospective students that explain the various aspects of Naropa's unique education.  These webinars also include the chance to chat live with Naropa staff, faculty, and students!
 
For more information and to register visit:  http://naropa.edu/admissions/connect/events-prospective-students.php