The WSU School of Music will present its annual Holiday Concert, “Joy to the World: A Global Holiday,” 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 1, in Bryan Hall Theatre.
This exhibition features 10 works — nine performance-based videos and one live performance/sculptural installation — by this New York-based artist.
After nearly 20 years in Daggy Hall, the student performing arts organization, STAGE, will move to the CUB.
National Institutes of Health awards WSU a $1.2 million, five-year grant to increase rural Washington students entering biomedical careers.
WSU mathematician tackles new threats to U.S. power systems in effort to ensure a steady supply of energy.
Mixed-media sculptor and WSU associate professor of fine arts Io Palmer uses her artistic skills to explore complex social issues and her teaching skills to inspire future artists.
Jena Jauchius, an adjunct instructor with WSU’s Landscape Architecture Program, provides a creative look at wildlife through her paintings, on display at Wegner Hall.
A new animated series exploring science questions from children premieres on Northwest Public Broadcasting this week.
Four Pasco elementary schools will benefit from a $2.5 million grant to WSU Tri-Cities that will support area after-school programming and extracurricular learning.
Gonzaga University School of Law dean will deliver this year’s inaugural Common Reading lecture Wednesday on the WSU Pullman campus.
WSU will lease Daggy Hall’s Jones Theater and Wadleigh Theater to Pullman’s Sanctuary Studio beginning Sept. 1.
The Henry Luce Foundation has given WSU’s Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art a $270,000 grant in support of the creation of a Collections and Learning Gallery.
The WSU Museum of Art will present the Fine Arts Faculty Exhibition titled “Self•ish,” featuring the works of Doug Gast, Joe Hedges and Io Palmer.
What many dismiss as boring or dull, WSU Vancouver artist Avantika Bawa challenges us to explore in a new light.
The annual Lentil Festival celebration invades downtown Pullman Friday-Saturday, offering 350 gallons of Lentil Chili – while it lasts, live music, biking, a parade, fun run, cooking demos, basketball, and more.
Terrell Library has extended an exhibit located in the atrium and title “After Hours: Don’t Judge a Book by its Owner” through Aug. 31.
WSU Vancouver professor Sue Peabody’s book about slavery in the Indian Ocean world is being called “both biography and global history at their very best.”