Ten UTVS TV and Husky Productions students earned seven NATAS-Upper Midwest Regional Student Production Awards at an April 12 ceremony in Bloomington.
The Day of Percussion April 18 will bring drummers together to participate in a day of percussion clinics, competition and performance.
When female singers raise their voices carrying songs of hope, home and overcoming diversity in the 14th annual Her Story, Her Song, they’ll do so knowing they’re helping women and their young children find permanent housing. Related links Her Story, Her Song Women’s Choir Domus Transitional Housing St. Cloud State University Women’s Choir, Cantabile Girls’
Audience members are invited to sit on stage during the St. Cloud State Percussion Collective and Collaborative Chamber Ensemble’s “Music in the Round.”
St. Cloud State’s 49th annual Juried Student Art Exhibit opens with a ceremony at 3:30 p.m. April 15 in the Kiehle Visual Arts Center Gallery.
Twelve groups and two individuals were honored with 2015 Student Organization Awards from St. Cloud State University and the Department of Campus Involvement.
About 2,000 7th-12th grade students from across Minnesota are traveling to St. Cloud State University to compete in a one-day math contest.
The St. Cloud State Chamber Orchestra and Collective Chamber Ensemble will present a diverse program at 7:30 p.m. April 10 in the Performing Arts Center’s Ruth Gant Recital Hall.
St. Cloud State’s library is going old-fashioned mobile with a pilot bookmobile project.
Library staff members are bringing the recordings and texts of various cultures to campus Cultural Cafés and other events.
Comedy, drama and love will be the themes when students take to the stage for an evening of student-directed one-act plays April 9-12 to open the 2015 Festival of Student Work.