events

Highlights

  • 'Heritage and Hope' Series to Pair Emeriti, Junior Faculty

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    A first-of-its-kind program, the series will feature reflections on interviews with iconic figures of Augustana's past, including Dr. Art Olsen, Bob Aldern, Dr. Lyn Oyos and Dr. Harry Krueger, conducted by today's faculty.

  • 'A Streetcar Named Desire' to Play in Theatre March 3-5

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    Tennessee Williams’ award-winning play deals with the culture clash between a fading relic of the Old South and a rising member of the industrial working class. The play runs March 3-5 at Augustana's Edith Mortenson Center Theatre.

  • An Evening of Poetry with Jim Reese

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    Poet and author, Dr. Jim Reese will give a reading on Monday, Feb. 21, at 7 p.m. in the Humanities Center (Room 123) at the invitation of Dr. Patrick Hicks, associate professor and Writer-in-Residence. A book signing will follow.

  • Confirmation Youth Invited to Faith Fest 2011

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    Augustana invites confirmation-aged youth and their adult leaders to Faith Fest 2011, Friday evening and Saturday morning, February 18 and 19. Students will enjoy music and worship, games and Bible study, service and fellowship.

  • Explore Augustana in February

    Plan to attend Explore Augustana, one of many  campus visit programs sponsored by the Office of Admission. The day will acquaint you with the variety of academic and student life opportunities available.

  • Augustana Welcomes Harlem Gospel Choir

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    Millions saw their televised tribute to Michael Jackson, thousands packed Yankee Stadium to hear them sing at Pope Benedict XVI's Concert of Hope, and they've appeared on the "Oprah Winfrey Show." On Friday, Feb. 18, the Harlem Gospel Choir will perform in Sioux Falls in celebration of Black History Month.

  • Artists of the Plains Art Show and Sale Set for Feb. 18-20

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    The artwork of 24 local and regional artists will be on display Feb. 18-20 at the 31st annual Artists of the Plains Art Show and Sale, sponsored by the Center for Western Studies at Augustana College.

  • Exhibition Features Internationally Acclaimed Printmaker

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    “Juxtapositions: Prints by Michael Goro,” an exhibition featuring works by Chicago-based, internationally-known printmaker Michael Goro, is open through Saturday, March 5, at Augustana’s Eide/Dalrymple Gallery. The exhibit is free and open to the public.

  • Choir to Perform Home Concert to Complete 2011 Interim Tour

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    After performing concerts in Iowa, Illinois, and Wisconsin during its 2011 Interim Tour, the Augustana Choir will also perform a Home Concert at First Lutheran Church in Sioux Falls on Feb. 6.

  • Augustana Library Associates Present 'A Winter’s Tale'

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    The Augustana Library Associates present “A Winter’s Tale: The Plentiful Imagination” at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 29. Dr. Sandra Looney is the mistress of ceremony for this program of literature and music.