WSU students helped design a self-guided, voice-activated virtual tour of historic Vancouver through a Star Wars-inspired, head-mounted computer tablet.
Comprised of 24 works by 16 artists, the collection includes artworks by renowned American and international artists. The exhibition is on view at the museum starting July 23.
On view at the museum from May 21–Aug. 10, the exhibition features the work of Louise Bourgeois, one of the most renowned artists of the 20th century.
The fellowship program awarded a total of $62,320 to faculty representing Fine Arts, the School of Music, the Department of History, Politics, Philosophy, and Public Affairs and the School of Design and Construction.
On view at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art May 21–August 10, the exhibition “Closer to You” inaugurates a new and vital partnership between the Schnitzer Museum and On the Boards, a renowned Seattle‑based arts organization.
The Chi Chapter has not been active on the WSU Pullman campus since 1974.
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.
Pullman students will have a shot at creating a WSU mobile application that could see widespread use throughout the university system during Information Technology Services’ mobile application design challenge March 23–24.
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.