A child looks at the moving parts of Jeffrey Zachmann’s artwork at the Rourke. Photo courtesy of Rourke.

Kinetic art to be displayed in science building

As Concordia’s new science building — the Integrated Science Center — is being constructed, the Art Committee and Office of Sustainability have commissioned a piece of art to be displayed […]


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  • Cobber alums and brothers Mark Budd (left) and Eric Budd (right) stand in front of Eric’s painting “The Rock Climbers.” Mark donated the painting to the college after he returned to Concordia last spring and saw the art lining the walls of the Offutt School of Business. Submitted photo.

    Knutson art painted and donated by Cobber alums

    Two paintings quietly appeared on the walls in Knutson this past December. One painting, titled “The Rock Climbers,” is located beside the stairs that lead to the post office and […]

  • Dan Will and Solveig Swenson focus intently on their art as they participate in the art club's collage project. The art club set out a table with paints, Mod Podge and other craft items for students to design puzzle pieces in whatever way they choose. The art club hopes to display the collage for the first time during the winter Cobber Expo and its currently searching for a forever home on campus. Submitted by Sheldon Green.

    Art club pushes campus-centric collage

    Walking through the atrium last week, Concordia students took advantage of a unique opportunity to create their own pieces of art.  Bottles of acrylic paint, a cup of dirty water, […]

  • Graphic by Emilie Bowman.

    Irresponsibly engaged

    April 18 and 19 was a great success for many students, especially due to the diverse presentations at this year’s Celebration of Student Scholarship. Just like other students, we have […]