WSU Vancouver Professor Joan Grenier‑Winther scoured the globe for a sumptuously illustrated medieval manuscript that hadn’t been seen since before World War II.
The Pan Pacific Ensemble’s debut album “Feng” has been listed as one of the top 10 classical recordings of 2019 by The Daffodil Perspective.
The Fallen Cougars Project will honor some 200 former WSU students, faculty and staff who fought and died after the Dec. 7, 1941, Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor drew America into World War II.
Seattle rap artist Macklemore will headline Mom’s Weekend 2020 during a Beasley Coliseum concert Saturday, April 4.
Join On the Boards Executive Director Betsey Brock and Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art Executive Director Robin Held for a screening of Teatro Línea de Sombra’s performance “Amarillo,” with an introduction by Brock about the innovative platform OtB.tv.
A First Amendment forum, inclusive exercise, ally training, and a fashion and drag show are among the activities planned for Washington State University’s Unity Week, Nov. 12-16.
Directed by the chair of WSU’s journalism and media production program, a screening of the new film is set for 5:30 p.m. Nov. 7 on the Pullman campus.
Relationships come to life by revitalizing rather than preserving Native American languages. That’s what Digital Technology and Culture Professor Kim Christen strives for.
Fine arts faculty member Joe Hedges’ latest artworks are oil paintings of beautiful landscapes but with a twist. They incorporate flat screen televisions, smart phones or other objects connected to the internet.
Guest artists for the Gala Concert are WSU’s newest jazz studies faculty members, pianist Jake Svendsen and guitarist Gabe Condon. Also featured will be the award-winning WSU Jazz Big Band.
The murals, which will be dedicated to the Pullman elementary school on Oct. 21, were created this fall through a unique collaboration between WSU artists and chemists.
WSU will celebrate the public launch of the Center for Arts and Humanities with two workshops and a reception on Oct. 24.
The Kimble Northwest History Database is a compilation of roughly 300,000 newspaper clippings collected and organized in the late 1930s by the Works Progress Administration to document life in the Pacific Northwest from 1900-1938.
“Inventions” represents Chris Dickey’s ongoing commitment to inclusive programming in art music.
The concert will feature the award-winning WSU Jazz Big Band, directed by Regents Professor Greg Yasinitsky, and the faculty ensemble Jazz Northwest.
A Murrow professor applied her interest in using color symbolism in data visualization to create a baby quilt that tracks average global temperatures over the last century.
As part of WSU’s Visiting Writers Series, award-winning author Terese Marie Mailhot will be visiting WSU Pullman Oct. 4 and 5 to present her work and lead an intensive one‑day workshop on memoir writing.