North Central College presents an exhibit of work by Sharron Ott, Aug. 21 through Oct. 6. This exhibit is free to the public and will be on display in North Central’s Oesterle Library Gallery, 320 E. School St. An opening reception will be held Friday, Aug. 26 from 10 a.m.-12 p.m.
North Central College presents “Monsoon,” an exhibit of art by members of the Naperville Art League (NAL), July 29-September 4, 2016. This exhibit is free to the public and will be on display in North Central’s Schoenherr Gallery at the Fine Arts Center, 171 E. Chicago Ave.
North Central College presents three musicals this summer—“Seussical,” “Gilbert & Sullivan’s Pirates (and Piracy)” and “Oklahoma!”—starring local talent in the cast and crew.
Thompson Square, Kevin Eubanks, "Andy Williams Christmas Extravaganza," En Vogue, and The Manhattan Transfer and Take 6 are among the shows headlining North Central College's 2016-2017 Fine and Performing Arts Season.
North Central College presents “Ordinary,” an exhibit of new mixed media artwork by artist Michael Barton June 3-July 24. This exhibit is 4 years in the making.
North Central College presents singer and cabaret artist Joan Curto May 15 in her tribute to Cole Porter.
North Central College welcomes country music artist Rodney Atkins on May 14 to close out the 2015-2016 performing arts season!
North Central College presents “Machinal,” a play inspired by the true story of Ruth Snyder, the first woman to be executed at Sing Sing Prison in 1928. Four performances will be staged May 19-22 in the College’s Meiley-Swallow Hall.
North Central College presents a free art exhibit by senior Taylor Mithelman through May 1 in the College's Oesterle Library Gallery, 320 E. School St.. Titled "Agbamevo: The Voice of the Ewe Kente Weaver," the exhibit will showcase Mithelman's photography, sculpture, weavings and textiles.
North Central College presents a student exhibit, “Anatomy of the Vessel,” featuring ceramics and sculptures by senior Lauren Denler, of Homer Glen, through May 1. The free exhibit is on display in the College’s Meiley-Swallow Hall Gallery, 31 S. Ellsworth St. Through May 1st.