Arts Scene

Wright State continues WWI project with ‘Holidays in Heartland’ concert

“Holidays in the Heartland” holiday stage

Wright State continues its World War I project, while kicking off the holiday season and honoring veterans, with the popular “Holidays in the Heartland” concert Nov. 2. Continue reading

Wright State Theatre presents crowd-pleasing musical ‘Hot Mikado’

'Hot Mikado' dance number

Wright State Theatre continues its 40th season with the smash hit musical “Hot Mikado” in the Festival Playhouse Oct. 23 to Nov. 9. Continue reading

3D printed sculptures featured in new exhibit at Stein Galleries

"Erosion" by Rebecca Jacobs

Stein Galleries’ latest exhibition featuring 58 works of digital fabrication opens Oct. 26 and runs through Dec. 7. Continue reading

‘Remote Area Medical’ to be shown at Boonshoft School of Medicine Oct. 23

Documentary shows how rural America provides health care to uninsured
‘Remote Area Medical’ to be shown at Boonshoft School of Medicine Oct. 23

“Remote Area Medical” focuses on pop-up medical clinic that serves the poorest and most vulnerable Americans. Continue reading

Bluegrass bloomer

Engineering student Trent Williams releases solo album
Wright State electrical engineering student and bluegrass musician Trent Williams released his first solo album, a labor of love tilted “Someday.” (Photo by Jenny Buckler)

Wright State electrical engineering student and bluegrass musician Trent Williams released his first solo album, a labor of love tilted “Someday.” Continue reading

Stein Galleries lets you draw on its walls

The Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries’ annual “Draw on the Walls” event takes place Thursday, Oct. 16, 10 a.m.–7 p.m.

People of all ages can have artwork displayed at the Stein Galleries during the “Draw on the Walls” event on Oct. 16. Continue reading

Wright State launches major WWI project with concert of music from the Great War

CELIA World War I art

Wright State history and music programs are collaborating on a concert of popular songs from the Great War, the first program in CELIA’s yearlong commemoration of the start of World War I. Continue reading

Rock and roll doctor

Engineering professor Joe Tritschler doubles as prolific musician
Joe Tritschler with guitar

Joe Tritschler has toured the world as a musician, built a home recording studio, earned a Ph.D. in electrical engineering and now teaches in the College of Engineering and Computer Science.
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Wright State Theatre opens 2014–15 season with August Wilson’s ‘Fences’

Wright State Theatre opens 2014–15 season with August Wilson’s ‘Fences’

Wright State Theatre presents August Wilson’s landmark drama “Fences” in the Festival Playhouse Sept. 18–28. Continue reading

Practice makes perfect

Wright State’s Elizabeth Procopio feeling the drumbeat of success
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Wright State senior music major Elizabeth Procopio, who has been playing the drums since childhood, plans to pursue a career in a symphony orchestra as a percussionist. Continue reading