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The Gustavus Wind Orchestra returns from Spain and France

The Gustavus Wind Orchestra is performing their home concert on Saturday, February 18 at 7:00 p.m.. The ensemble had a two-week long tour in Spain and France, and students are excited to share their excitement after a successful tour. “Ending the tour with a home concert is really special to me”, said student Chasey Wedge […]

Improvised Structures: Recent Sculptural Works by Nicolas Darcourt, and Elizabeth Catlett in the Hillstrom Museum of Art

Nicolas Darcourt, Longacress Fields, 2021, red stoneware, underglaze, glaze, 16 x 18 x 2 1/2 inches Two concurrent exhibits, Improvised Structures: Recent Sculptural Works by Nicolas Darcourt, and Elizabeth Catlett in the Hillstrom Museum of Art, will be on view at the Hillstrom Museum of Art from February 13 through April 23, 2023.  There will be an […]

Gustavus Wind Orchestra: International Tour in Spain and France

The Gustavus Wind Orchestra performed in Spain and France from January 19 to February 1. The ensemble, directed by Dr. James Patrick Miller and guest conductor Dr. Heidi Johanna Miller, performed 7 concerts and shared their music to more than 1000 audience members. “You make us feel like family”, says JPM to the audience in […]

Gustavus Choir performs in St. Peter after their International Tour

The Gustavus Choir has embarked on a two week tour of Spain, France, and Italy, performing at some of the best venues that the countries have to offer. As a gift, they are giving their last performance of their tour at Gustavus Adolphus College. The concert will be held on Saturday, February 11 at 7 […]

Gustavus Goes Global: Music Across the World

The Gustavus Choir and the Gustavus Wind Orchestra are starting off the year by bringing their talents across the world. Continuing on with Gustavus tradition, these music ensembles are embarking on an international tour getting ready to see the world and showcase their fine tuned skills. They have all been hard at work perfecting their […]

Fine Arts Preview: December 5 to 11

This week features the opening reception for artist Marlena Myles, the Winds of Christmas, and the Dance and Theatre productions. Indigenous Salon featuring Artist Marlena Myles – Public Reption December 5, 4:30 p.m. Schaefer Art Gallery Winds of Christmas December 6, 10:00 a.m. Christ Chapel Theatre Production: Theatre Gallery December 9 at 7:00 p.m. | […]

Dance Production Shared Space: Tangled Relations

From December 9 to December 11, the Gustavus Theatre & Dance department will be presenting the Dance Production Shared Space: Tangled Relations. This production is entirely student-driven, a culmination of student choreographers and dancers that have come together and created a project that lets all of their creative voices shine. “Going into the semester, all […]

Theatre Gallery, a production in which students write, direct, design, and star in their own plays

On December 9, 10, and 11 from 7-9 p.m. in the Rob and Judy Gardner Laboratory Theatre, Gustavus will be presenting the Theatre Gallery – a production in which students write, direct, design, and star in their own plays. This year’s Theatre Gallery is entitled Fuzzy Gray Lines and many of the plays are centered […]

Marlena Myles, Self-Taught Digital Artist: Residency at Gustavus Adolphus College

The Schaefer Gallery is presenting Dakota Digital Artist Marlena Myles, as a part of the Indigenous Salon, visual arts and public discussion events. Myles’ works will be installed daily, leading up to their artist talk on Dec. 5th, 5 p.m.. During this time, the public is invited to participate in the process of an installation […]

Annual Gustavus Honor Band Festival Brings a Weekend of Musical Experiences

On November 6th and 7th, 2022, Gustavus Adolphus College hosted the 34th annual Gustavus Honor Band Festival. Bringing together over 250 students from more than 60 different high schools to form two all-state caliber symphonic bands, the Gustavus Honor Band Festival is centered on creativity in performance and education. Participating students were given the opportunity […]