Calendar of Events

* = Ticketed Event

January 29 – April 23

119th Annual Midwest Art Exhibit, 10 AM – 5 PM Tues.-Sat., 1 PM – 5 PM Sun.

April 1 – 20

Juried Student Art Exhibit, 9 AM – 6 PM
Fifth Annual Art Installation Displays, 9 AM – 6 PM in Downtown Lindsborg

Thursday, April 6

Symphonic Band Concert, 7:30 PM in Presser Auditorium

Friday, April 7

Messiah Festival Jazz Walk, 7-10 PM in Downtown Lindsborg

Saturday, April 8

LECTURE “Categorical Ambiguity”
Art professor Nelson Smith will share the ways that artists from the Fluxus art movement have incorporated chance, or “the unexpected,” into their creative process, 4:30 pm in Pearson Chapel

* Messiah Festival Dress Rehearsal, 7 PM in Presser Auditorium

Sunday, April 9

Awards Ceremony for Juried Student Art Exhibit, Mingenback Art Center, 1:30 PM
* TAKE6 in concert, 3 PM in Presser Auditorium

Monday, April 10

“What is Jazz?” Education Outreach event featuring members of Take 6, 9:30-11 AM in Presser Auditorium
Theatre Improv Workshop, 6:30 PM in Burnett Center

Tuesday, April 11

Recital featuring Messiah soloists, 7:30 PM in Presser Auditorium

Wednesday, April 12

LECTURE – “St. Matthew’s Passion” Violinist Ruth Ann Leaf will explore the meaning behind, and the logistics of, Johann Sebastian Bach’s choral masterpiece, St. Matthew Passion, 6:00 PM in Pearson Chapel

Thursday, April 13

Student Honors Recital, 2:30 PM in Pearson Chapel

Friday, April 14

LECTURE – “The Reception of Christ’s Suffering in Art and Popular Culture” – Religion faculty Arminta Fox and Tyler Atkinson will present a lecture exploring both the problem and the promise of various aesthetic depictions of Christ’s suffering, from late Roman antiquity to the present. 6:00 PM in Pearson Chapel

* Bach’s Passion According to St. Matthew, 7:30 PM in Presser Auditorium

Sunday, April 15

* Handel’s Messiah, 3 PM in Presser Auditorium