Arts Scene

Inside job

Wright State’s Chinonye Chukwu launches pioneering film project with incarcerated women
Inside job

Watch films written by incarcerated women as part of the “Pens to Pictures” project in the Creative Arts Center at noon on Dec 4. Continue reading

Collaborative dance

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A collaboration between Wright State University and Dayton Contemporary Dance Company is exposing the country to both dance programs. Continue reading

Painting the town

Wright State art major Katelyn Puthoff produces historical mural for her native Minster
Painting the town

Katelyn Puthoff’s mural depicts a farming scene, Minster’s original log cabin Catholic church and a street scene from the early 1900s. Continue reading

The new Creative Arts Center impresses visitors

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The College of Liberal Arts celebrated the completion of the Creative Arts Center’s two-year modernization and expansion project with an open house on Nov. 9. Continue reading

Tim Kennedy and Eve Mansdorf’s ‘Painting Life’ at Stein Galleries

"Lauren and Brenda (with Babar)," oil on canvas, by Tim Kennedy

Tim Kennedy and Eve Mansdorf are married painters whose artistic pursuits follow the tradition of painterly American realism. Continue reading

College of Liberal Arts to celebrate Creative Arts Center expansion with open house

College of Liberal Arts to celebrate Creative Arts Center expansion with open house

The College of Liberal Arts will celebrate the completion of the Creative Arts Center’s two-year modernization and expansion project with an open house on Nov. 9 from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. Continue reading

Wright State Theatre presents whimsical musical comedy ‘No, No, Nanette’

Wright State Theatre presents whimsical musical comedy 'No, No, Nanette'

Wright State Theatre’s production of the whimsical tap-dancing musical “No, No, Nanette” runs in the Festival Playhouse from Oct. 27 to Nov. 13. Continue reading

Musical Theatre Initiative bringing Broadway designer Tony Walton to Wright State

Tony Walton will discuss his career working on Broadway and in Hollywood during a special visit to Wright State University on Nov. 2.

Tony Walton will discuss his career working on Broadway and in Hollywood during a special visit to Wright State University on Nov. 2. Continue reading

Reaching for the moon

Wright State electrical engineering major Eric Harris uses lunar photography to capture the nightly dance of Earth’s closest neighbor
Reaching for the moon

Eric Harris, a freshman electrical engineering major at Wright State, plans to photograph every full moon for the next 16 years. Continue reading

Wright State hosting Shakespeare conference on 400th anniversary of the famous playwright’s death

Carol Mejia LaPerle, associate professor of early modern literature, is  organizing the “Encountering Shakespeare” conference at Wright State on Oct. 20-22. (Photo by Erin Pence)

The “Encountering Shakespeare” conference takes place Oct. 20-22 in the Wright State Student Union from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Continue reading