Bucksbaum Center for the Arts is the second largest building on campus and houses a wonderful array of facilities.
Grinnell College has more than 10 musical ensembles for which students of all academic backgrounds can audition.
Roger Vetter, music, instructs one ensemble in the art of Javanese gamelan instruments in the Cornell World Music Room.
Grinnell offers individual music instruction in voice from knowledgeable and talented instructors.
Students can receive private lessons in more than 20 musical instruments as well.
Sebring-Lewis Hall serves as the main recital hall for voice, symphony, and visiting musicians.
In 2009 The Life of Galileo was staged in the semithrust Roberts Theatre, with seating for 450.
Snow White Retracted was performed in Flanagan Theatre, our arena theatre with extremely customizable seating and stage.
The dance instruction incorporates various styles, recently including ballet, modern, break-dance, and Javanese.
Students attain a physical, conceptual, and historical understanding of dance as a performing art form.
The 2,400-square-foot printmaking studio accommodates intaglio, lithographic, collagraphic, and relief processes.
The art department offers classes in drawing, painting, printmaking, digital art, Mentored Advanced Projects, and more.
Introduction to the Studio teaches the core principles of art in an active studio environment.
Jeremy Chen, art, works with a student on a wood sculpture project in one of the popular classes in the art curriculum.
This upper-level ceramics class focuses on creativity in constructing three-dimensional sculptural and functional forms.
Students, faculty, and staff are all welcome to Thursdays’ noon yoga session in Faulconer Gallery.