Arts Scene

Wright State Theatre opens season with premiere of ‘Restoration!’

Wright State Theatre opens season with premiere of 'Restoration!'

Wright State University Theatre opens its 42nd season with the premiere of the romantic thriller “Restoration!” in the Festival Playhouse Sept. 22 to Oct. 2. Continue reading

Wright State staff recognized for exceptional service to the university

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The President’s Awards for Excellence annually recognize classified and unclassified staff for the vital role they play in the success of Wright State University. Continue reading

Stunning Stein Galleries celebrate new home in Creative Arts Center

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The new home of the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries features five airy, light-filled gallery spaces where visitors can enjoy rotating exhibitions, the Stein family and Galleries Collections and videos. Continue reading

National docu-series on Dayton’s heroin use premieres at Wright State

National docu-series on Dayton’s heroin use premieres at Wright State

“America Divided,” an eight-part docu-series highlighting different issues of inequality in the United States, was screened at Wright State. Continue reading

New Media Incubator is creative space for communication, motion picture students

New Media Incubator is creative space for communication, motion picture students

Communication and motion picture students at Wright State University can collaborate and create stories in new ways in a dedicated space opening this fall. Continue reading

Daniel Zehringer’s journey

Wright State associate professor of music releases album featuring the trumpet
Daniel Zehringer's journey

Daniel Zehringer’s first solo album is getting attention around the United States and overseas. Continue reading

Hearing voices

Wright State’s Camp A Cappella growing in popularity
Hearing voices

Camp A Cappella attracted 350 middle school, high school and college students as well as educators and adults for a week packed with activity. Continue reading

Wright State grad examines grandfather’s WWI service in new book

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Gregory Archer, a 1984 graduate of the School of Professional Psychology, writes nonfiction narrative about his grandfather’s service in World War I. Continue reading

Business is hopping

Wright State alum Janice Hester '77 turned ceramic frogs into artistic career
Business is hopping

Wright State alumna Janice Hester ran a successful business making popular, grinning, bug-eyed ceramic frogs. Continue reading

Tom Hanks will have a long-lasting impact on Motion Pictures program

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Tom Hanks visited Wright State to dedicate the Tom Hanks Center for Motion Pictures, saying he hopes the center inspires students to do the hard work necessary to launch film careers. Continue reading