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ISSUE 117 VOL 15 PUBLISHED 4/9/2004

Arts and Entertainment

Interactive "Neon" illuminates

The most recent art exhibit to come to St. Olaf, Vince Koloski and Brad Jirka's "Light and Action: Neon and Kinetic Sculpture," was a collection of striking contrasts. The show, which runs through April 11, included mediums ranging from neon to wood to magnets to raffia.

Savoring last dance: Veselica performs to global beat

St. Olaf got a little taste of international dance last weekend when Veselica, the campus international dance ensemble, performed its spring concert. The 19-member ensemble, directed by dance Professor Anne Von Bibra, performed a variety of ethnic dances from around the world.

Slow down

Haven't seen that friend of yours hanging around your pod lately? Still looking for that disappearing roommate who leaves your room at 8 a.m. every morning and doesn't manage to walk back through the door again until well after midnight?

Often, the mark of a good theater production is its ability to envoke emotion from the audience. Those attending performances should feel moved to tears, laughter and anger - all within the short period of time.

Band welcomes new season with new song by graduate

The vibrant sounds of the St. Olaf Band echoed through Boe Chapel during a concert of 20th and 21st-century music Sunday afternoon. The 90-minute program, conducted by music Professor Timothy Mahr, featured the world premiere of a new piece by Jocelyn Hagen '03, a movement from David Maslanka's virtuosic alto saxophone concerto and a set of three picturesque works by Dan Welcher.

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