‘Refuge: Rethinking Refugee Policy in a Changing World’ will be the Common Reading book for first-year and other students in 2019-20 at the Pullman, Tri-Cities, Spokane, and Global campuses.
Otto Nicolai’s opera, “The Merry Wives of Windsor,” based on Shakespeare’s play, will appear on the Bryan Hall stage during Mom’s Weekend with comedy, romance and a little fantasy.
The annual showcase is the culmination of two or more years of work by MFA graduate candidates, featuring a wide range of art-making approaches.
The 56th Frank Fraser Potter Memorial Lecture in Philosophy features talks by John Martin Fischer, world-renowned philosopher on immortality and the meaning of life, and Harry Silverstein, WSU professor emeritus in philosophy.
Doctoral student Ryan Booth is exploring similarities and differences between Indian soldiers who served in the British Raj and American Indian scouts who served with the U.S. Army during the same period.
In a follow up to last year’s highly acclaimed Peace Weavers, author Candace Wellman explores history’s overlooked contributions to the development of the Pacific Northwest in the latest book from WSU Press, Interwoven Lives.
The trio will perform works by Tchesnokov, Mozart and Hovhaness as they compete for a $3,000 grand prize in the Music Teachers National Association’s Young Artist Chamber Music Competition March 16–20.
A scholarly exchange program brought three WSU faculty members to Guangzhou University in China to play with the school’s band and orchestra.
From jazz band to orchestra, six student ensemble performances this semester will be available via livestream.
The 2,000‑year‑old artifact was discovered by WSU archaeologists in 1972 but sat in a museum box until recently when researchers realized its significance.
The 2019 Festival of Contemporary Art Music will feature special guest composer Jim Stephenson, WSU oboe professor Keri McCarthy, and a wide variety of other performers and concerts.
“The orchestra is pleased to share their music in Spokane in a devoted attempt to bring more WSU music outside of Pullman.” — Danh Pham, WSU Symphony Orchestra conductor
Follow the journey via WSU Regent’s professor Debbie Lee’s photographs, and read her essay, “Arctic chronicles,” in Washington State Magazine’s Spring 2019 issue.
Re-Imagined Radio in Vancouver is a partnership between several southwest Washington organizations, including WSU Vancouver’s Creative Media & Digital Culture Program.
The event will feature a gallery talk with special projects curator Sidney Murphy, who will introduce the work of four African American artists.
More than 400 books about the Holocaust have been donated to the WSU Libraries by an alumnus, who built his collection over the course of a half century.
Regents professor Greg Yasinitsky will perform in “Composing for Improvisors” at WSU Pullman on Jan. 24.