Brian Blevins '88 is a self-proclaimed lepidopterist.
Homecoming volunteers receive copy of colorful watercolor by talented alum
It's Lent. Take time to read student reflections on the the late Father Catich's unique Stations of the Cross.
Recognized by the community for significant contributions to the arts
“I think 38 years is a good run,” said (retiring) Professor Leslie Bell during his interview with the River Cities' Reader.
When Quad City arts icon Isabel Bloom passed away at the age of 93, Donna Young ’81 sculpted a grasshopper in her memory.
Katie Murphy '07 has been named CEO of the Galena Area Chamber of Commerce.
Munir Sayegh is in Egypt on a prestigious Fulbright research grant.
Schedule your audition for a Fine Arts Scholarship in music, art or theatre.
Screen print drawings created by children and teenagers will be printed onto shopping totes to be given away. Sponsored by SAU.
Hang out with artists, get feedback on your work from professors—and compete for scholarships!
Current students and their families are invited to an open house featuring Music, Art, and Theatre departments.
Fair Play: Art and Social Justice