Albion College Cultural Destinations

Albion College has a host of cultural events during the school year.  Because most of them are free and open to the public, they are fun to explore while visiting Albion.  This page has an overview of these events.  We’ll also be posting a map to the venues.

There are three main types of arts events

  • Visual Arts

  • Music

  • Theatre

Bobbitt Visual Arts Center

Bobbitt Visual Arts Center is located on the NW corner of Cass St and Hannah St, just a block south of Michigan Ave.

Exhibitions include art from collectors, artists and regional museums.  The shows feature College’s permanent collection, work of the art faculty,  and art students. There is a mailing list to get invitations to openings.

The Munro Gallery within Bobbitt Visual Arts Center has exhibitions open to the public throughout the school year. To learn about the current show and times, visit the department’s Facebook page by clicking here

Music Department Concerts

Residents and visitors to Albion are invited to come and enjoy live music performances.  The performances range from the Briton Singers to the Symphony Orchestra.  All Music Department concerts are FREE and open to the public.

To see dates of music events at

  • Goodrich Chapel
  • Jazz at ‘Rellis
  • special events and more,

visit the calendar at

A recent choral concert featured the national singers of the Republic of Georgia along with the Britan Singers.  The featured songs were the native tongue. Students also learned to cook foods from the nation of Georgia and were given an opportunity to visit with families there.

Jazz at ‘Relli’s

The Albion College Jazz Ensemble performs at Cascarelli’s of Albion several times a year. There is no cover charge. See the calendar link above for dates, or visit for venue information.

To learn more about the Albion College Music Department events visit this page:

Theatre and Dance

Use the gateway shown at left to enter the Albion College theatres that are located near the Athletic Complex, off Hannah Street. The plays are reasonably priced, usually at only $5 each. To see current and past shows, visit