Fine Arts

Megan Lipke: how a trip to Kenya inspired her artwork

Megan Lipke  is a junior Studio Art and History double major with a Music Minor, from Hutchinson, Minnesota. Last spring, Lipke traveled to Nairobi, Kenya, and worked with children through a volunteer organization called the Alfajiri Center. That experience inspired Lipke to create an art piece called Coping. Tell us about your experience with the […]

Jenna Kavouras: A Composer’s Journey from Gustavus to the World Stage

Jenna Kavouras ‘22 was a Music major and Management minor during her time at Gustavus. She was originally a Music Education major and then switched over to just a Music major. Through the Music major, her experiences playing saxophone and bass clarinet, her involvement in the Wind Orchestra, the Gustavus Jazz Ensemble and the Symphony […]

Tavan Radke: 2024 Recipient of the Lee and Laurie Walker Scholarship Award

Made using TurboCollage from www.TurboCollage.com Tavan Radke ‘27, a first year theater major, has a stage presence that fills a room upon arrival. Having spent much of his life on stage, he knows how to capture and keep an audience’s attention. Radke has most recently performed in William Shakespeare’s Cymbeline, directed by Matt Trucano, playing […]

Peter and the Starcatcher

The Gustavus Theatre & Dance Department is presenting “Peter and the Starcatcher,” based on the well-known story of Peter Pan. Telling the origin stories of some of the notable characters such as Peter Pan, Tinkerbell, and Captain Hook, performances will be occurring Thursday, May 9 through Saturday, May 11 at 8 p.m., along with performances […]

Sincerely Yours, The Comeback Kids

Gustavus Adolphus College collaborated with the Studio Arts seniors to create an exhibit where students are able to share the work done in classes one last time. A testament to all of the hard work they have put in during their four years here at Gustavus, this is not an experience to be missed. Seniors […]

How Gustavus Shaped Austin Adler ’23: From Onstage Performer to Theatre Tech Specialist

For Austin Adler ‘23, the question, ”Where are you from?” is always a fun one to answer. Yes, he grew up in the Minneapolis area before coming into Gustavus, and he knew he wanted to “do theater” ever since high school. But there was a twist, in that Adler arrived on the Hill as a […]

Introducing the Winners of the GSO 2024 Concerto & Aria Competition

From left to right, Jack Saetveit '25, Elle Bergquist '24, Will Schimdt '27, and Josh Newman '25 The Music Department at Gustavus Adolphus College has announced the winners of the 2024 Concerto/Aria competition. Bassoonist Will Schmidt ’27, violinist Jack Saetveit ’25, and cellist Elle Bergquist ’24 were named the winners of this year’s competition and […]

Junior Art Exhibition: Trample Yearn Crash and Burn

The Gustavus Art & Art History is presenting the Junior Exhibition at the Schaefer Gallery. Held every year, this is put on by junior year art majors at Gustavus to celebrate their talents, both within the Gustavus community and with the public. This exhibition opens Tuesday, April 23, and runs until Tuesday, May 14, with […]

Emanate: The Gustavus Dance Company in Concert

Gustavus Adolphus College is presenting this year’s spring dance concert entitled “Emanate: The Gustavus Dance Company in Concert” featuring faculty work, guest artist choreography by Marciano Silva dos Santos, and selected student works by Elise Gahart ‘25, and Ella Schwakopf ‘25. The dance concert is performed in honor of Michele Rusinko, the late Gustavus Professor. […]

Waking Hours – Gustavus Student Indie-Rock Band

Waking Hours is an Indie-Rock band that writes and performs original music created by Liv Hedley (singer and rhythm guitarist), Henry Lundeen-Detisch (drummer), Hayden Tourtelotte (guitarist), and Conor Jolly (bass guitarist). They recently performed one of their hit songs, Rot, in Las Vegas in a collaboration with the Gustavus Wind Orchestra. All four musicians are […]


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