Arts at Bluffton
Discovery. It doesn't just happen in the classroom.
Bluffton provides many artistic and cultural events to supplement the learning that happens in the classroom, such as
"Mirror of the Martyrs," an exhibit featuring eight original copper plates produced
by Dutch artist Jan Luyken to illustrate the “Martyrs Mirror,” will allow visitors
to learn about Mennonite religious heritage and its application to people’s contemporary
lives. Events surrounding the exhibit are free and open to the public, with the exception
of the fall theatre performance of "The Crucible."
>>> Mirror of the Martyrs event schedule
Arts and Lecture Credit
We feel it is so important for students to experience these events, that arts and lecture academic credit is available for attending select arts events and other presentations such as the weekly Forum.
Most presentations and arts at Bluffton events are free and open to the public. If tickets are required they may be purchased through the online box office.