• Senior Art Show at Eide/Dalrymple Gallery

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    Graduating art students will present their senior show April 24 through May 24. The exhibition will include a wide variety of works including ceramics, sculptures, printmaking, paintings, drawings and graphic design.

  • College & Community Orchestra in Concert


    “Shakespeare in Love” is the theme of a concert to be performed by the Augustana College & Community Orchestra, in conjunction with the Augustana Theatre Department, which will perform various scenes.

  • Delving into the Physical Mysteries of the Violin


    A seminar entitled “Raiders of the ‘Lost Secret’” begins at 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 18, with Joseph Nagyvary (from Texas A&M) discussing the Modern Science and the Holy Grail of the Stradivarius violin. Prior to the seminar, at 6:30 p.m., violinist Christian Zamora will play in the GSC Pendulum Lounge.

  • Saint Patrick's Day Poetry Reading with Dr. Patrick Hicks

    Augustana College's Writer-in-Residence, Dr. Patrick Hicks, will be reading his poetry on Saint Patrick's Day at Zandbroz Books at 7:00 p.m.  His work has appeared in scores of international journals, and he has been nominated several times for the Pushcart Prize.

  • Presentation features human adaptations to climate change


    The illustrated lecture at the Third Sunday Archeology Presentation on March 15 is titled “From Clovis to Folsom: Paleoindian Adaptations to the Younger Dryas” and begins at 2:00 p.m. Sunday in the Gilbert Science Center auditorium.

  • Andy Warhol Photos Featured in Gallery Exhibit

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    Approximately 60 Polaroid photographs and gelatin silver prints created by renowned artist Andy Warhol will be exhibited for the first time as a part of the “Highlights from the Carl Grupp Permanent Art Collection” exhibition. 

  • Augustana Theatre Presents: The World Premiere of “Eating Into The Fabric”


    Augustana College’s Performing & Visual Arts Department presents the premiere of Ivan Fuller’s play, “Eating into the Fabric," based a theatre company struggling to rehearse “Hamlet” during the WWII Siege of Leningrad.

  • Exhibit Features Federal Duck Stamp Winner Joshua Spies

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    The artwork of Watertown, S.D., wildlife artist Joshua Spies will be displayed at the Center for Western Studies at Augustana College.  His style is known as photo-realism—original acrylic and pencil drawings that look just like photographs.

  • Basketball to be Broadcast on Midcontinent Communications


    This weekend, Midcontinent will televise Augustana’s weekend basketball series. The Vikings take on U-Mary on Friday, February 20, before squaring off against in-state rival Northern State on Saturday, February 21.

  • Augustana Family Weekend 2009

    Family of Augustana students will join us Feb. 20-22 for basketball games, community service projects, a special chapel service, a mascot unveiling—and more.