Fine Arts

Fine Arts Weekend Preview: Leuwerke, Jazz, and Watercolor

While students may be rounding the corner to Thanksgiving break, there’s still a full slate of fine arts events on deck over the next few days.

New Hillstrom Exhibit Focusing on the Night Sky Set to Open

The work of American master watercolorist Charles Burchfield will be featured in the Hillstrom Museum of Art's new exhibit opening November 19.

Weekend Arts Preview: Shakespeare, Puppets, and Andrew Boysen Jr.

This weekend features the Gustavus Theatre and Dance production of Shakespeare's "Measure for Measure" and guest conductors Andrew and Lyndsay Boysen leading the Fall Bands Concert.

Hundreds of High School Musicians Attend 30th Annual Björling Music Festival

This week Gustavus Adolphus College hosted nearly 300 high school musicians from 65 different high schools during the 30th Annual Björling Music Festival

Weekend Arts Preview: Swedish Fiddling to Soloists from the Minn. Orchestra

This week’s concert rundown includes artists from across the Midwest and beyond.

Puppets Take Center Stage in “Measure for Measure”

By combining puppets and traditional actors, Director Amy Seham sheds new light on a Shakespeare comedy.

Miller Selected to Guest Conduct United States Coast Guard Band

James Patrick Miller, the Douglas Nimmo Professor of the Gustavus Wind Orchestra, will have the honor of  leading the United States Coast Guard Band in concert November 18.

Weekend Arts Preview: Minn. Opera and Family Weekend

It's a busy weekend on campus with families returning for 2018 Family Weekend festivities and the second Gustavus Artist Series concert.

Still We Rise Conference Explores Arts and Activism

The Still We Rise Conference brought community members together for a workshop exploring the intersection of activism and the arts.

Fine Arts Guide to the Nobel Conference

Here is your guide to the arts at the 2018 Nobel Conference!