The gallery buzzes with warm conversations as students, faculty and families meander through the room. The walls pop with color from watercolor, acrylic and digital paintings. Framed art takes its audience to another dimension through charcoal, pencil and ink drawings while photographs feature captured bits of memories and places. AContinue Reading

Museum studies students curate the Dean’s office honoring Concordia’s past and future A student walks into the office and sits down. They look around the room and see a vibrant print of a bookshelf hanging on one wall, and various other frames of old pictures and paintings depicting aspects ofContinue Reading

Cobbers create documentaries influenced by historical hollywood films Documentary: the very word evokes ideas of records and facts, but documentaries are more than recounts of how something happened. Students learn this in Donald Rice’s Documentary and Historical Film capstone course as they make their own documentaries. These documentaries, which areContinue Reading