Archive for Sara Cronk '22

Title and Deed: A One-Man Show About Not Belonging Anywhere

Gustavus Adolphus College’s latest theatrical production, Title and Deed by Will Eno, opens May 17 in Anderson Theatre.

Weekend Preview: From Woodwinds to Handbells

A look at what's going on in the fine arts at Gustavus this weekend!

Saving Glaciers Through Multisensory Art

The work of Emily Dzieweczynski ’19 and Associate Professor of Art Betsy Byers will be featured in a new exhibit opening today at the 410 Gallery in Mankato. The two recently collaborated to create 0°C, -3°C, a body of multisensory work focused on the melting of the Rhone Glacier in Switzerland. The show is an […]

Gustavus Dance Company is “Suspended Between the Worlds”

“Suspended Between the Worlds: The Gustavus Dance Company in Concert" features the work of several faculty, student, and guest choreographers, performances are April 26-28.

“Transfer of Memory” Exhibit Brings Holocaust Survivors’ Stories to Gustavus

Transfer of Memory, a photo exhibition of Holocaust survivors living in Minnesota, at home in full color, opens at the Schaefer Art Gallery at Gustavus Adolphus College on March 22 accompanied by two weeks of programming surrounding the exhibit. Curated by the Jewish Community Relations Council of Minnesota and the Dakotas (JCRC), the exhibit features […]

Iphigenia and Other Daughters Amplifies Female Voices

Serena Schreifels '19 plays Clytemnestra in Gustavus Adolphus College's Production of Iphigenia and Other Daughters. Photo Credit: Lillian Kline, '22 Many Greek plays focus solely on male voices, and the female ones are pushed to the edges. But in Gustavus Adolphus College’s latest theatre production opening February 21, Iphigenia and Other Daughters by Ellen McLaughlin, […]

Gustavus Symphony Orchestra and Jazz Ensemble Launch Colorado Tour

The Gustavus Symphony Orchestra and Jazz Ensemble, conducted by Dr. Ruth Lin and Dr. Dave Stamps, embark February 1 on a Colorado tour, traveling through South Dakota, Nebraska, and Iowa en route to Denver, Fort Collins and Loveland

Gustavus Choir Departs for Music Capitals of Europe Tour

The Gustavus Choir under the direction of Dr. Gregory Aune embarks on an international tour January 24 to the great music capitals of Europe, including Vienna, Prague, Berlin, and Stockholm.

Myths, Dance, and the American Dream

Throughout the weekend of December 7-9, three collections of student performances showcase the work of Gustavus Adolphus College theatre and dance students in an intimate, festival format.

Gustavus Symphony Orchestra Director Receives Master Teacher Award

Dr. Ruth Lin has been awarded the Master Teacher: School Orchestra Award from the Minnesota chapter of the American String Teachers Association.