2020 Faith, Reason, and World Affairs Virtual Symposium

"Food for Good"

We all share the act of eating. However, the topic of food is increasingly complex – especially as we become more distant from the sources of food. Food cultures have deep roots, rich heritage, and increasing diversity, but also inherent controversies associated with eating in a changing world. Gathering around the topic of food brings community as well as opportunities to engage diverse perspectives. Join us for this virtual event to explore "Food for Good," the 2020 topic of the Faith, Reason, and World Affairs symposium.
 
Symposium sessions and on-demand presentations are available for post-symposium viewing.

2020-21 Virtual Cultural Events

Join us for Concordia's virtual events this spring.

While we can't invite you to campus for events this semester, we invite you to join us online for these exciting events at Concordia.

Ron McCurdy Book Talk and Langston Hughes Project

9:20-10:20 a.m. Friday, Feb. 19 - Virtual Book Talk by Dr. Ron McCurdy, musician, educator and author on "The Artist Entrepreneur"

7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 25 - Virtual presentation of McCurdy's "Langston Hughes Project," a spoken word jazz performance, followed by live Q & A

For viewing information visit ConcordiaCollege.edu/MusicCalendar

Spring Music Department Events and Concerts

For a list of virtual music department events this spring visit ConcordiaCollege.edu/MusicCalendar where you'll find details and viewing information on performances by our large ensembles as well as a full schedule and viewing information for guest artist recitals and masterclasses including:

Michael Ching - Guest Composer, "Speed Dating" opera
Brad Meyer - Wellness Day speaker on "Health and Wellness for Musicians"
Valerie Coleman - Composer and Flutist, "An Artists Perspective"
Aoshuang Li - Guest Pianist, Recital and masterclass "Music study in China"
Ron McCurdy - Musician, Educator and Author, Virtual residency and "Langston Hughes Project"
Galit Kaunitz - Guest Oboist, Virtual Double Reed Day
Fei Xie - Guest Bassoonist, Virtual Double Reed Day

Spring Semester Art Exhibit Schedule

High School Art Show

Monday, Dec. 7 - Sunday, Jan. 14

Faculty Art Exhibition

Thursday, Jan. 21 - Sunday, Feb. 21

Juried Student Exhibition

Tuesday, March 16 - Wednesday, April 1

Spring Semester Theatre Schedule

"Dance Nation"

Feb. 18-20 at 8 p.m.
By Clare Barron
Directed by Reanna Marthaler

"Evelyn in Purgatory"

March 18-20 at 8 p.m.
By Topher Payne
Directed by Christian Boy

"Carousel"

April 22-24 at 8 p.m.
By Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II, Ferenc Molnar, Benjamin F. Glazer, and Agnes de Mille
Directed by Donna Kaz

Choral and Instrumental Ensemble Performances

Lectures

Nornes Lecture

March 15 - 7 p.m. via Zoom - contact Darin Ulness at ulnessd@cord.edu for viewing instructions

Dr. Daniel Levitin, renowned neuroscientist, musician and best-selling author will discuss the relationship between music and neuroscience.

Centennial Lecture: Biology

Comparing small mammal communities on restored and remnant prairies: special emphasis on plains pocket mice (Perognathus flavescens)

Joseph C. Whittaker, Faith James, Olivia Vergin, Peyton Lehman, Greta Duren, Logan Hatfield, and Paige Bailey

View the Lecture

Contact the biology department at 218.299.3739 or jwhittak@cord.edu for questions or additional information.

Centennial Lecture: Religion

Summer Research Project Focused on Youth in Juvenile Justice System
Heather Ukaonu '22, Maggie Pfeffer '21, and Dr. Michelle Lelwica, professor of religion


We look forward to welcoming you back to campus in person as the situation allows.

Contact

Roxane K. Case

Cultural Events Coordinator Cultural Events