Student Life Office
Students as Customers: A Debate
The Inver Hills Sociology Club is presented its second debate on "Students as Customers: A Debate" on Wednesday, February 5, 2014. The resolve for the debate will be "Be it resolved that students are customers." Catch the video.
Life Raft Debate
Not able to make it to this year's debate? Catch the replay and hold your breath for the surprise ending.
Major theatre productions are staged in the Fine Arts Theatre by the Theatre Department, one in fall semester and two in spring semester. Open auditions are held prior to rehearsals for anyone interested; no experience necessary. Students may participate in all aspects of the theatre, including acting, stage management, box office and technical work. The Theatre Club also produces small, student-directed play productions, allowing for even more opportunities for student involvement.
Students have several music performance opportunities at Inver Hills. The Inver Hills Choir meets as a regular class offering (MUSC 1105-01) and may be used as an elective credit. This course may be taken for credit or non-credit and may be repeated. The choir performs major concerts at the end of each term with additional events scheduled at other times. Students taking applied music courses (group and individual lessons) also participate in student recitals as part of their coursework.
The Inver Hills Symphonic Band and Jazz Ensemble are community-based groups that meet on the Inver Hills campus.
Inver Hills offers many art classes spanning various visual mediums; from painting and drawing to glass, sculpture and ceramics. These classes are offered in the Fine Arts building in both the fall and spring semesters, with special events such as the annual holiday art sale, abandoned art sale, and the fine arts festival showcasing their efforts throughout the year. Art students also have the opportunity to join Art Club and have their work displayed around the Fine Arts building or in the campus art gallery.
Fine Arts Festival
Inver Hills hosts an annual Fine Arts Festival during the Spring semester featuring over 40 sessions presented by the college’s Art, English, Music and Theatre departments. The Fine Arts Festival is free and open to the public. Traditionally participants can attend glass fusing, acting and flash fiction workshops; sit as a model in the portrait photo booth; view improv performances, student-directed one-act plays and a student film project; how to play steel drums; and much more. The event has included a solo song contest, concerts, and lectures and demonstrations from visiting photographers, artists and authors.
For more information visit: www.inverhills.edu/fafestival
For more information, visit the gallery Facebook page.