Jessica Lange Dance returns to Wharton Center
Jessica Lange Dance returns to Wharton Center to mesmerize audience members for one night only, Thursday, Jan. 24. This graceful and fierce company showcases a genre-bending style of dance that balances the crispness of ballet and the innovation of contemporary dance.
‘Journey to the Past’ with 'Anastasia'
Wharton Center is proud to present the East Lansing premiere of "Anastasia," performing in Cobb Great Hall from Jan. 15-20, 2019.
Non-profit arts organization and 'Anastasia' cast to lead theater workshop for teens
Wharton Center is proud to welcome Paul Canaan and his non-profit arts organization, Take It From The Top, back to the Pasant Theatre on Jan. 19 for a special collaboration with ANASTASIA, and we invite students to be a part.
Popular STEM book characters take stage at Wharton
Theater and science come together on stage when Rosie Revere, engineer; Iggy Peck, architect; and Ada Twist, scientist make their debut at 1:30 and 4 p.m. Dec. 8 at the Wharton Center’s Pasant Theatre stage.View story photos
‘Illuminating Survivor Voices’ through the arts
A new exhibit at the Broad Art Lab will showcase a poem addressing the role of silence in cases of sexual abuse and how the isolation and silencing of survivor voices is detrimental to the lives of survivors and to the community.
MSU’s annual Give Green Day supports Spartan students
MSU’s annual day of giving will take place Nov. 27.View story photos
Studying tablet-based learning in Lansing public schools
Nearly 1,200 interactive learning tablets were distributed to kindergarteners in the Lansing School District in November, as part of the PBS KIDS Playtime Pad Research Project.View story photos
Mark Whitfield mentors students through jazz residency program
Jazz guitarist and collaborator Mark Whitfield will teach, tour and share his professional insights with jazz students from MSU’s College of Music Dec. 1-9.View story photos
MSU Music presents a week of large ensemble performances
MSU's College of Music is presenting a lineup of ensemble performances featuring the MSU Concert Band, Campus Band, Symphony Band, Symphony Orchestra, Wind Symphony and Spartan Youth Wind Symphony, as well as guest composer Viet Cuong.
MSU set to host National Accessibility Conference
This year’s 4th annual Accessible Learning Conference will take place on December 6 and 7 in the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center. Each year, the Accessible Learning Conference devotes time to explore different avenues concerning accessibility. This year, the ALC will explore accessibility as a social justice issue.