By Gail Siegel, WSU Performing Arts
PULLMAN, Wash.-The third annual Humanitas Festival at Washington State University, featuring a weeklong celebration of world music, dance, art, wine tasting and performance, will take place Sept. 21-26.
* American singer-songwriter Martin Sexton (http://martinsexton.com) will perform at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 23, at Jones Theater. Tickets, available through http://TicketsWest.com, are $25 general admission and $20 for WSU students, faculty and staff.
* Architects-of-Air’s (http://architects-of-air.com) luminarium, “Pentalum,” will offer an extraordinary visual/sensory experience Sept. 24-27 at WSU’s Grimes Way playfield. Admission is $5.
Free events include:
• DahkaBrakha, a Ukrainian folk-punk band, in concert. See http://www.dakhabrakha.com.ua/eng/BAND.
• Indigenous Voices: Supaman + Nataanii Means + Yaz + Witko
• Guy Mendilow Ensemble (http://guymendilow.com), a multinational group, performing “Tales from a Forgotten Kingdom.”
• Kenny Endo (http://kennyendo.com), legendary taiko (Japanese drums) percussionist.
• Pullman Civic Theatre’s live radio play production of “Superman: Batman’s Great Mystery.”
• WSU International Student Council’s party at Reaney Park, featuring wine and food tastings and live music.
• Art and wine tasting at the Brelsford WSU Visitor Center.
• And much more.
For a detailed festival schedule see http://performingarts.wsu.edu/humanitas.
Gail Siegel, WSU Performing Arts, 509-335-8522, email@example.com