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Triton College is a thriving cultural resource in its own right, providing affordable, high quality entertainment for the entire community. Each year the school sponsors a rich variety of performing arts programming, including art exhibitions, concerts, theater and dance performances.
The Triton Performing Arts Center has hosted all kinds of arts and entertainment events, from performances by big name dance troupes and stand-up comedians, to children’s and community theater productions. Following are a few of our featured programs.
Fine Arts Gallery
Each year the Triton Fine Arts Gallery hosts a number of interesting exhibitions featuring work by Triton faculty and students, students from area high schools, and community arts organizations.
The Fine Arts Gallery is located in Triton’s Fine Arts Building. For more information, or for gallery hours, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3597 or 3506.
Fine Arts Music
The Music Department presents a range of concerts throughout the year, including jazz, choral, and concert band performances. Admission is usually free.
Children and Family Series
Each season Triton sponsors a variety of performances and activities for the whole family, with everything from dances to the circus, concerts to Easter egg hunts.
For more information, please call the Office of Student Life at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3383 or 3850 or stop by Room C-120 of the College Center.
Cultural Programming Performing Arts Series
This renowned series brings top name artists and entertainers to the intimate Triton Performing Arts Center for performances including concerts, comedy, ballet, and modern dance.
All Cultural Programming events take place in the Triton Performing Arts Center, located in the Robert M. Collins Center. For more information, or to purchase single show or season tickets, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3757.
Fine Arts Theater
Each season the Triton Fine Arts department puts on a series of several outstanding plays. Play selection varies from classics to innovative newer works by up-and-coming playwrights.
Salute to the Arts
Each year Triton sponsors an international poetry competition and a local graphic arts competition. Winners are honored at a celebration luncheon and published in Ariel, Triton’s annual journal of the arts.