Cynthia Leibrock, an award-winning author and interior designer, will deliver a public lecture titled “Residential Design for Health and Longevity” during a visit on the WCU campus.
Teaching and learning expert, radio commentator and University of Texas-Austin music professor Bob Duke will have two public speaking engagements on the Western Carolina University campus during a two-day residency.
WCU’s School of Stage and Screen will present the college campus premiere of the new high-energy musical comedy-mystery “Pop! Who Shot Andy Warhol?” in Hoey Auditorium.
WCU’s Fine Art Museum will unveil a display of Maya contemporary works at 5 p.m. Thursday with a talk featuring Clemson University’s Tiffany Dawn Creegan Miller and a reception.
WCU student musicians will join with string players from the Asheville Symphony Orchestra for a performance of orchestral masterworks Tuesday night at the Bardo Arts Center.
The Golden Dragon Acrobats will bring a 2000-year Chinese tradition to the Bardo Arts Center stage to open the university’s 2015-16 Arts and Cultural Events Performance Series.
The Grammy Award-winning bluegrass superstars will present songs from their nine albums during a membership concert for WCU’s Friends of the Arts organization Monday, Oct. 19.
Western Carolina University’s School of Music begins its 2015-16 recital series on Tuesday, Sept. 1, with the Faculty Showcase Recital.
An exhibition of works by Cathryn Griffin, professor of photography at Western Carolina University, continues on display through Friday, Sept. 25, at the university’s Fine Art Museum in the John W. Bardo Fine and Performing Arts Center.
WCU Chancellor David O. Belcher has identified four areas of emphasis for the 2015-16 academic year that are central to the institution’s future success: increasing diversity on campus, preparing for a comprehensive fundraising campaign to boost scholarship dollars, enhancing the total student experience, and supporting faculty and staff.