Arts Scene

Wright State theatre graduate Brian Crowe named artistic director of leading Shakespeare company

Brian B. Crowe, who received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Directing and Acting at Wright State, was named the next artistic director of the acclaimed Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey. Continue reading

Engineered movement

Wright State student Bri Chan combines her passion for dance and biomedical engineering into a unique college experience. Continue reading

Traffic jam

Wright State University Jazz Ensemble takes its show on the road

Students in the Wright State Jazz Ensemble performed for outside the busy rest stop as part of Art in Unusual Places. Continue reading

Wright State symposium to highlight music, medicine, diversity and inclusion

The seventh annual Music and Medicine Symposium, “Unheard Voices: Celebrating Diversity and Community in Music and Medicine,” will take place on May 12 in Schuster Hall. Continue reading

Wright State Dance Ensemble presents ‘new generation of dance’ in spring concert

The Wright State Dance Ensemble will present its Spring Dance Concert April 20–23 in the Festival Playhouse in the Creative Arts Center. Continue reading

Works by graduating Wright State fine arts students featured in Senior Thesis Exhibition

The Senior Thesis Exhibition, featuring works created by 17 graduating students during their time at Wright State, is on display in the Stein Galleries through April 21. Continue reading

Friends of the Libraries’ Luncheon to feature Wright State professor, author Erin Flanagan

Erin Flanagan, professor of English, will discuss how creativity provides tools to process the world at the Friends of the Libraries’ Annual Luncheon on April 26. Continue reading

Grammy-winning jazz trombonist will be guest artist in two-day residency at Wright State

Jazz trombonist Michael Dease will lead educational masterclasses for music students and a concert with the Wright State Jazz Ensemble during a residency at Wright State. Continue reading

Creating beauty

Wright State’s ArtsGala, one of the Dayton region’s most festive and unique arts events, returned to the Creative Arts Center on April 1. Continue reading

An artist’s touch

Rebecca Foley oversees both ArtsGala and the Stein Galleries for Wright State’s College of Liberal Arts

As the new art gallery and events coordinator in the College of Liberal Arts, Rebecca Foley is excited to help raise scholarship funds for Wright State fine and performing arts students at ArtsGala. Continue reading