Arts Scene

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Wright State photography student Katie Burianek selected as prestigious Yeck Fellow

Wright State student Katie Burianek says photography enables her to tell a story with a single image. Continue reading

Wright State theatre alum Jasmine Batchelor starring in ‘The Surrogate’

Wright State theatre alumna Jasmine Batchelor has received critical acclaim for her performance in “The Surrogate.” Continue reading

Unity rock

Wright State associate professor teams up with a 2018 grad and his son to paint a message of unity on the Wright State Rock. Continue reading

Wright State piano student David Chi-Tou Lao takes top honor in two statewide piano competitions

David Chi-Tou Lao, a piano performance major in the School of Music, bested competitors from a total of 11 universities and conservatories in the state competitions. Continue reading

Ska writer

Wright State English lecturer Bobby Rubin pens the lyrics to a hit song in the United Kingdom

Bobby Rubin, a senior lecturer of English, writes lyrics for musicians and bands, including the ska band The Skapones. Continue reading

ArtsUNgala generates scholarship support for students

$150,000 raised for students in the fine and performing arts

Sponsors, patrons, community members, faculty and staff generously contributed to ArtsGala even after the event was canceled. Continue reading

Closed during pandemic, Stein Galleries features ‘Senior Show’ online

The Stein Galleries is featuring artwork by graduating students on its Facebook and Instagram accounts and its website. Continue reading

The art of space

Michelle Rouch ’92 combines her engineering background and artistic skills to promote aviation and exploration to kids

Wright State electrical engineering grad Michelle Rouch has turned her love for science and aviation into a career as a professional artist. Continue reading

Seraph Brass to mark Wright State’s suffrage celebration with classes, recital

Seraph Brass will give a recital performance on March 10 at 8 p.m. in Schuster Hall in the Creative Arts Center. Continue reading

Behind the curtain

Weeks of communication and collaboration between cast and crew bring "Peter and the Starcatcher" to life on stage

For 10 performances, a cast and crew of students and faculty took audiences on a journey aboard two ships to a faraway island where a young girl becomes the heroine and a young orphan boy finds his name and a place to forever call home.
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