River toxicity on a microscopic scale comes into focus in a new virtual reality video created by four St. Cloud State University faculty members.
Four events showcasing the talents of students from each of the School of the Arts four programs will wrap up the second season of the St. Cloud State University Creative Art Series this April.
The Paramount Gallery and Gifts shop is joining in on a popular trend: adult coloring books.
Interdisciplinary projects that bring together the worlds of art and science are being recognized by the Miller Scholars Program this spring.
Multimedia artists Chloe Lum and Yannick Desranleau will transform Kiehle Gallery with a presentation of sculpture and dance this January.
For local artist Mary Wolke ’80, the words Cave Creek evoke images of one of the historic West’s most admired female figures: Annie Oakley.
Students in a multimedia class combined engineering and art concepts to create hypothetical public art projects that could be presented in a real-world setting.
World-renowned cellist Pablo Mahave-Veglia opens the second annual Creative Art Series.
The 2015-16 Creative Art Series features the best theater, music, film and dance St. Cloud State University students have to offer along with performances and talks by visiting artists.
The Lemonade Concert and Art Fair’s history spans 42 years to the dedication of the campus mall.