Augustana Teaching Museum of Art, April 13-May 22: "New Departures," seniors in studio art and graphic design will display their work. Museum hours are noon-4 p.m. Wednesdays-Saturdays when classes in session.
Swenson Swedish Immigration Research Center, Denkmann Memorial Building; hours 9 a.m.- noon and 1-4:30 p.m. weekdays.
Through May 6: "T.N. Hasselquist, second president of Augustana College." Tufve Nilsson Hasselquist was born March 2, 1816, in Osby parish in Skåne province, Sweden. He was an advocate of the separation of church and state and the temperance movement, and a prominent figure in Swedish-American history.
May 14-Aug. 5: "United in Song: Forming a Swedish-American Identity through Choral Clubs and Singing Societies." Upon arriving in America, Swedish immigrants sought out fellow countrymen and formed new communities. Singing served as a way to socialize, keep using the Swedish language, and honor traditions. Opening concert at 1 p.m. May 14.
Thomas Tredway Library, Special Collections, through May 20: "Swedish Pioneer Centennial." This was a nationwide celebration of the 100th anniversary of Swedish immigration to the American Midwest in 1948. Lacquer discs are believed to contain the only extant recordings of 1948 events, with talks by President Harry Truman, Sweden's Prince Bertil and Carl Sandburg. Hours are 1-5 p.m. Monday-Thursday or by appointment.