A look back on the second week of UD for Kids.
The University of Dubuque Concert Choir performed "This Is The Day" in six states this spring.
UD for Kids celebrates its 25th anniversary this summer with more than 600 students in grades first through seventh.
Dr. Sean Benson, professor of English at the University of Dubuque, was among 21 faculty from around the country selected to participate in a seminar on Teaching Pre-Modern European Art in Context.
University of Dubuque angler Austin Brimeyer fished in deep water to catch the biggest bass of the 2016 BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship presented by Cabela’s.
Mount Mercy Early Bird Classic
23rd Annual Mustang Gallop hosted by Mt. Mercy University
at Buena Vista
Math 4 U2 is a 2 week STEM camp that engages students entering 6th and 7th grade who benefit from support in math just prior to the start of school. (Entering 6th and 7th Grade)
This STEM-rich experience is challenging and engaging; teaching cutting-edge chemistry with collegiate technologies through the lens of Engineering Design. (Students Entering 7th and 8th grade)
UD theatre students, guided by faculty advisors, will cast, direct, build set, rehearse, design lighting, and perform a play all within 24 hours. The performance will take place at the end of the 24-hour period. *No Ticket Required
UD Student Jacob Hermann will direct the play "The Last Five Years".
Each choir will perform some of its own music, and the concert will finish with a massed choir performance of Josef Rheinberger's Abendlied (Bleib bei uns).
Chicago’s legendary sketch and improv comedy theatre returns to UD with an irreverent look at America’s electoral insanity just in time for the 2016 Presidential election.
More than 50 exhibits featured interactive STEM activities for 3rd-8th grade students and their families. Attendees had a chance to travel a solar system in the digital planetarium, drive a robot, fly a flight simulator, conduct amazing science experiments, explore the healthcare field and much more!
Choirs from the University of Dubuque, Loras College, Clarke University, Emmaus Bible College, University of Wisconsin-Platteville, and the Julien Chamber Choir join the Dubuque Chorale in a joint concert.
Tonic Sol-fa is an Emmy Award winning a cappella ensemble with multi-million selling compositions. Be ready for a night of amazing talent!
Ensemble 135 is a clarinet, saxophone, and piano trio with an infectious energy. Open and free to the public!
The Capitol Steps provide welcome respite from 24/7 cable news with bipartisan lampoonery of the 2016 presidential campaign.
UD Homecoming 2016 - An Evening with Third Eye Blind
Step Afrika! is the first professional company in the world dedicated to the tradition of stepping.
Salvation Unto Us Has Come!
The most fun you will ever have in the dark!
PERFORMED BY THEATREWORKS USA (NEW YORK CITY)
Special guests appearing in this concert will be the University of Dubuque Adrian Choral Festival singers.
This presentation is held in conjunction with the University of Dubuque Adrian Theatre and Dance Festival.
Performed by Artspower National Touring Theatre (New Jersey)
Art and Music. GONE WILD!!!
Performed by American Shakespeare Center
Performed by Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia.
Rossini’s version of this classic-fairy tale is a vocal and comedic romp! A wise magician takes the place of the fairy godmother and Don Magnifico, the girl’s father, rants and raves instead of a wicked stepmother, but the nasty stepsisters, Prince Charming and a glass slipper prove, beyond all question, that this is the fairy tale we all know and love. When combined with hilarious characters and situations set to some of Rossini’s finest music, it becomes comic opera at its most exhilarating and often frenzied best!