Wartburg College is to host the new exhibition “Artificial Order” at the Waldemar A. Schmidt Art Gallery by artists Laura Colby Gleissner and Elissa Cox Wenthe. The exhibition will be on display from Monday, Feb. 17, through Mar. 29 and presents the collaborative and individual artwork pieces of these two artists.
The Midwest, as well as Florida, will be welcoming Wartburg’s Castle Singers, an on-campus, student-run chamber choir of 24 members. The ensemble will be going on the 2020 National Tour from Feb. 28 to March 7.
Wartburg College Opera Workshop performers have been rehearsing each night since January, leading up to “The Marriage of Figaro”’s opening night.
“Darius the Great Is Not Okay” by Adib Khorram, is an eye-opening read for people from all backgrounds and is definitely worth trucking through and perhaps reliving the awkwardness and possible discomfort of our teen years.
Sarah led a simple life of horses, crafts and television shows before it all crumbled around her. Netflix recently released “Horse Girl,” an original film that followed the life of Sarah and her quest to find out whether the conspiracy theories she based her life on are true or if she made it up.
The Castle, Wartburg College’s official biannual literary magazine, is a studentrun publication designed to encourage interest in writing, art and photography.
Tyler Perry wrote, directed and produced the drama/thriller “A Fall from Grace.” It ended up being a large misstep in Perry’s career. Netflix released the film on Jan. 17.
A new gospel choir has launched at Wartburg College. Janet Irankunda sought to bring her experience and musical background to create something unique that Wartburg students from any background could enjoy.
High school students from all over the Midwest will gather at Wartburg College for the Meistersinger Honor Band, a long-standing Wartburg tradition and one of the college’s largest music festivals, on Feb. 1-2.
The Wartburg College Wind Ensemble has been selected to perform during the 2020 Iowa Bandmaster’s Conference at 5 p.m., Thursday, May 14.