Your Audience Awaits
Lewis & Clark is a great place to get creative. Whether you’re a maker, an audience member, a behind-the-scenes collaborator, or some of each, opportunities abound for you in the fine arts. Our conservatory-caliber faculty will train you to live your dream as a working artist, or nurture your desire to grow as an artist while pursuing other life paths. With over 70 percent of our students involved in the arts during their time at L&C, we promise: there’s a place for your ideas and your voice here.
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News and Media
L&C offers paid opportunities for students to learn, grow, and gain hands-on experience while developing connections with alumni.
L&C’s new Experimental Art Research (EAR) Forest is a space where professors, students, and visiting artists can create sound walks, auditory experiences, storytelling, musical compositions, and more!
Directed by Native Scholar-Artist in Residence Waylon Lenk BA ’08, the production featured a modern translation by Native playwright Yvette Nolan, which aimed to ease viewers into the powerful historical tale.
Professor of English Pauls Toutonghi’s newest novel, The Refugee Ocean, was named one of Barnes & Noble’s “Discover Picks of the Month.”
Professional actors, in collaboration with faculty and students from Lewis & Clark, presented I Think of You, a variation on the final theatre project of students in the spring Inside-out Prison Exchange course.
As the calendar year draws to a close, we’ve compiled a sampling of our top stories.