It’s quite unusual to see that even the movie industry has sustained itself through the pandemic. While “Project Power” is one of those movies that had likely been in production far before the lockdown, there have even been movies written and created during quarantine (i.e. “Host,” a horror film about a Zoom meeting gone wrong).
Mental health is an issue that has been given more attention as more people begin to talk openly about it.
Directed by Ninian Doff, the new dark comedy “Get Duked!” followed four young boys as they attempted to gain a wilderness badge from a program hosted by a duke from Scotland.
“While many educational institutions have questioned keeping their arts programs during COVID-19, I believe that Wartburg is striving to preserve fine arts here within our campus community. At the same time, students’ safety has been a top priority during rehearsals.”
The semi-annual Large Event for ETK has been postponed to the Winter 2021 Term due to COVID-19.
Liam Easley, A&E Director, shares some quarantine movie throwbacks.
While the senior art exhibition has come to an end at the Waldemar A. Schmidt Art Gallery, another exhibition is already set to meet with students on campus.
“I wonder what we’ll have after all this,” my mother said one day in reference to the observation that after every period of turmoil and uncertainty comes a period of art.
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.