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Oct. 28: Local artists, performers star at Night with the Arts

By Maegan Murray, WSU Tri-Cities

RICHLAND, Wash. – Art of nearly every variation will be featured during the free, public Washington State University Tri-Cities Night with the Arts 5-8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 28, on campus.

Those attending will enjoy the Chancellor’s Art Exhibition Series, the WSU Tri-Cities student art exhibit, a community exhibit and live performances.

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Spinning and weaving artists at a previous WSU Tri-Cities Night with the Arts.

“It is a great way for the mid-Columbia Basin community to enjoy a wonderful evening of visual art and performances on the beautiful WSU Tri-Cities campus,” said Amber Eubanks, WSU Tri-Cities community engagement specialist.

Some of the live entertainment will include performances from the Urban Poets Society, an interactive installation for the Peace Mural created by WSU Tri-Cities staff and local students, a painter at work and musical artists.

The WSU Alumni Association will have a booth where people of all ages may paint pumpkins. Recreations of classic novel covers will be on display as part of a touring collection hosted by Mid-Columbia Libraries. The Allied Arts will have a booth to discuss its efforts in the community and how to get involved.

For more information, visit https://tricities.wsu.edu/nwta/.

 

News media contacts:
Amber Eubanks, WSU Tri-Cities community engagement specialist, 509-372-7106, aeubanks@tricity.wsu.edu
Jeffrey Dennison, WSU Tri-Cities director of marketing and communication, 509-372-7319, Jeffrey.dennison@wsu.edu

 

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