Arts Scene

Opening for LED art installation to feature artist Erwin Redl

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Artist Erwin Redl will discuss his LED installation “Dial” in the Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building during an art opening May 26. Continue reading

Art director

Sculptor Landon Crowell makes it happen at Wright State’s Fine Arts Building
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Landon Crowell lovingly cares for the tools needed to make art in Wright State’s Fine Arts Building while pursuing his own artistic ambitions as a sculptor. Continue reading

Wright State Musical Theatre/Acting Preparatory Program to hold summer camp

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Wright State summer theatre camp “The Road to Broadway” is open to students ages 12-18 and will run July 6 to 11. Continue reading

Wright State Dance Ensemble will welcome spring

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Excerpt Wright State University’s Dance Ensemble has invited two local dance companies — Dayton Ballet II and Dayton Contemporary Dance Company II — to join them for this year’s spring dance concerts. The performances are slated for 7 p.m. Thursday, … Continue reading

Wright State’s Spring Dance Concert to feature premiere of four works

Spring Dance Concert to feature premiere of four works

Annual Dance Concert on April 23-26 will feature the Wright State Dance Ensemble and performances by the Dayton Contemporary Dance Company II and Dayton Ballet II. Continue reading

Concert to feature classical music inspired by World War I

Wright State concert to feature classical music inspired by World War I

Fourth annual “Poetry and Music Concert” on April 24 continues Wright State’s yearlong World War I project. Continue reading

Women’s Center sponsors student artist and activist

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Student Charmaine Renee, an art major, is using art to express her concern about sexual violence and to help victims tell their stories. Continue reading

International students share poetry with campus community

The poetry, which was read April 3 in the atrium of Millett Hall, drew a crowd of about 75.

Wright State University’s international students shared their culture by reading poems in their native languages to mark International Poetry Day. Continue reading

They’ve got game

Wright State grad Tim Gebard produces “The Fall League” documentary film on senior slow-pitch softball
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Tim Gebard, a 1991 Wright State graduate produces “The Fall League” documentary film on senior slow-pitch softball in Dayton. Continue reading

Marathon reading of Milton’s ‘Paradise Lost’ expected to draw a crowd

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A shared public reading of John Milton’s epic, 10,000-line poem “Paradise Lost” is expected to draw more than 100 visitors when it occurs on Tuesday, April 7, in the Student Union as part of National Poetry Month. Continue reading