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Immerse yourself in the latest WCU Fine Art Museum exhibition, which explores cultural and historical connections to water, fishing practices, and sustainability. Created by Shinnecock Nation, ceramic artist Courtney M. Leonard.
Every two years, the WCU Fine Art Museum offers faculty in the School of Art and Design the opportunity to share their artwork with the University community.
Rising of the Necessary Diva is an autobiographical account of a girl raised in the hood and born to a sharecropper’s daughter, whose gift to sing paves a path for her to travel the world singing classical music but whose heart recognizes the need to return to the hood to serve in purpose.
Experience the twice Grammy-nominated wind quintet Imani Winds at WCU’s Bardo Arts Center. The ensemble presents their show Black and Brown, an entire program celebrating composers of color such as Wayne Shorter, Paquito D’Rivera, and Valerie Coleman.
This exhibition is an extraordinary opportunity for WCU undergraduate students to share their artwork with a larger public and to enhance their skills in presenting artwork in a professional gallery setting.
Spend a naughty 90 minutes with their caliente cast of comedians as they (consensually) annihilate everything that turns us on—and off—about love, dating, relationships, and everything else in-between the sheets.
A series of photographs and sculptures bring voice to the international Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW) movement through the lens of Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, Comanche Nation, Lumbee, and other Native American artists.
BAC hosts world-renown modern dance company Pilobolus! Help us celebrate their 50th year in existence, breaking boundaries and promoting radical creativity.
Mariachi Sol de México® de Jóse Hernàndez takes center stage at BAC in an electrifying performance that is sure to bring liveliness and fun to all ages.