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The Arts at Linfield

An original theatrical production. An exhibit showcasing student artists. Readings by internationally-known authors, who happen to teach on campus. Linfield’s flourishing arts community engages our on- and off-campus communities through new interpretations of classical pieces, as well as new original works.

Bill Phillips performing an experiment with chemicals on stage.

Feb. 23, 7 p.m., Ice Auditorium

Oregon Nobel Laureate Symposium

The Oregon Nobel Laureate Symposium returns to Linfield! This year features physicists William D. Phillips and David Wineland, who won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1997 and 2012, respectively. Phillips will give a public keynote titled "Time, Einstein and the Coolest Stuff in the Universe" on Thursday, Feb. 23 at 7 p.m. in the Richard and Lucille Ice Auditorium.

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Linfield Theatre presents Eco-Tales: Student Adapted Fairytales.

Linfield Theatre Presents

Eco-Tales: Student-Adapted Fairy Tales

Catch a series of original adaptations of fairy tales from March 9-11, 2023. Because we believe there is good work to be done, and it’s not too late, these adaptations, written by Linfield students, will infuse climate change themes with humor and optimism.

Tickets go on sale Feb. 22
Woodwork from artist Belle Bezdicek of animal figurines painted in a folkloric style.

Feb. 4-Mar. 24

Linfield Art Gallery: BLOOM

The Linfield Art Gallery has three exhibits each academic year. This spring, Professor Belle Bezdicek's exhibit BLOOM is on display and open to the public Feb. 4-Mar. 24. Belle celebrates positive animal stories found on BBC World and newspaper clippings over the last couple of decades.

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Four members of Flamenco Pacifico who performed at Linfield as part of the Lively Arts Concert Series in fall 2022.

Department of Music

Linfield Lively Arts Concert Series

The Linfield Lively Arts Concert Series features guest artists in concerts and outreach programs including masterclasses, open rehearsals and “Meet the Musician” events with students and local audiences. These performances are free and open to the public. See who will be performing this academic year.

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students painting a mural on the fine arts center with Professor Totem Shriver

Unleash Your Creativity

You have the vision and the drive. Let us help you turn it into a successful career. Whether in the classroom, studio or stage, explore your passions at Linfield while working side-by-side with faculty who are nationally and internationally recognized artists, musicians and authors in the classroom.

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the cast of Treasure Island bowing at the final performance

Inspire the Uncommon

Linfield’s unrivaled arts programs continue to thrive because of the support of generous donors, alumni and businesses. Invest in the future of the arts by giving to Linfield’s art, creative writing, literature, music and theatre programs. Your donations today support Linfield’s artistic community of students, scholars and artists for years to come.

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