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CELIA (Collaborative Education, Leadership, and Innovation in the Arts)

Seraph Brass to mark Wright State’s suffrage celebration with classes, recital

Seraph Brass will give a recital performance on March 10 at 8 p.m. in Schuster Hall in the Creative Arts Center.

Wright State symposium to focus on intersectionality of race, gender, sex, class and disability

Part of Wright State's commemoration of women's suffrage, UpRising: The Symposium takes place on March 25 in the Millett Hall Atrium.

Pulitzer Prize finalist ‘The Wolves’ up next for Wright State Theatre

Wright State Theatre's production of "The Wolves," the story of a teenage girls' soccer team and how disparate personalities bond to form a team, runs Feb. 6–16 in the Festival Playhouse.

Artwork, traveling exhibit on display at Wright State to mark women’s suffrage

“'19—'19: Women from the Permanent Collection” is on display in the Stein Galleries and “Ohio Women Vote: 100 Years of Change” is on display on the second floor of Dunbar Library.

Academy Award-winning actor Tom Hanks recognizes Wright State University’s CELIA program, named an Ohio Center for Excellence in the arts. With a nationally-recognized programs in motion pictures, art, music, theater, and dance, Wright State is preparing today’s students to be leaders in both their fields and in their communities. Tom Hanks’ glowing endorsement of our programs is just one example of the national recognition our graduates receive.

 


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