Art and Art History

Painting the town

Wright State alumna Shirley Tucker helps youths use their artistic talents for city murals

Wright State B.F.A. grad Shirley Tucker works with youth in the juvenile justice system to paint murals around Dayton. Continue reading

State of the art

Wright State fine art alumna Dana L. Wiley navigates her gallery through the coronavirus

Dana L. Wiley has developed creative solutions to keep her art gallery operating through the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading

Photo opportunity

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 student Miannah Lawrence wins mask-making contest

The Department of Art and Art History held a mask-making contest for art majors and students taking art classes. 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

Students say scholarships generated by ArtsGala at Wright State crucial

ArtsGala on March 28 raises scholarship funds for Wright State’s outstanding fine and performing arts students. Continue reading

Sound check

Wright State alumna Jocelyn Robinson on the hunt for historic audio at nation’s historically black schools

Wright State alumna Jocelyn Robinson is working with historically black colleges and universities to preserve audio recordings. Continue reading

Stunning student artwork available for auction at ArtsGala

Patrons can bid on a screen print and digital archive print by Wright State students during ArtsGala on March 28. Continue reading

Artwork, traveling exhibit on display at Wright State to mark women’s suffrage

“’19—’19: Women from the Permanent Collection” is on display in the Stein Galleries and “Ohio Women Vote: 100 Years of Change” is on display on the second floor of Dunbar Library. Continue reading