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.
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.
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.
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.