Announcement – Proposals are being accepted for the 2021-22 Cultural Events Series

Cultural Events funding will support a performing arts series of guest artists/ensembles with a focus on the college’s mission and commitment to excellence through diversity. Also, as funds allow, Cultural Events will provide assistance to areas of the college that wish to bring outside performers, artists and speakers of renown and interdisciplinary appeal to our campus. We will accept proposals from academic departments for funding to support such guest artists and activities. Please review the criteria by following the link below.

Proposals are due by March 22.

2021-22 Cultural Events Proposal Criteria

2021-22 Cultural Events Series Proposal Form


The Faith Reason and World Affairs Symposium addresses a different topic of global significance and interest each year. The goal of the symposium, since its beginning in 1985, is to enable participants to make informed judgments through hearing and discussing divergent points of view. The 2021 Symposium "Work in the Job Revolution: Making a Living and Making a Life" will be held September 21-22. The schedule, speaker bios and related information will be available in August.

The 2020 Faith, Reason, and World Affairs Symposium, "Food for Good," took place virtually Sept. 22-23. Videos from the event are available for viewing at

The Cultural Events Office also helps promote additional arts and humanities events on campus, including art exhibits, lectures, the Concordia Christmas Concert, National Book Awards at Concordia, and more.

The 2021-22 schedule and links to music, art, theatre, and lecture opportunities will be available in August.


Roxane K. Case

Cultural Events Coordinator Cultural Events