Ambrose is home to one of the finest performance venues in the Quad Cities: the Galvin Fine Arts Center, where you'll find professional performances by artists from around the world, productions by our own award-winning Theatre Department, instrumental and vocal ensembles engaging the entire community, and two wonderful art galleries, all under one roof.
What's more: St. Ambrose students can see it all for free. Past performances have included Riverdance fiddling sensation Eileen Ivers, Broadway and film star Anthony Rapp, and Chicago's famed Hubbard Street Dance. Ambrose students present a number of musical and theatre performances during the year in Galvin's 1,200-seat Allaert Auditorium, and display artwork in the galleries.
And whether you want to dive into an arts major, or simply want to take on another extracurricular activity, Ambrose offers programs in theatre, music and art.