Wharton starts virtual summer classes
Professor wins international prize
Committing to students’ success
Taking the lead in an emerging field
Fake news, politics and social media
'The Finest Hour' Davina and the Vagabonds & Hot Club of
Cowtown set to reschedule
Cowtown set to reschedule
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Keeping art at the center of your day
Every Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. Wharton Center posts virtual content to the Wharton Facebook page and YouTube channel specific to keeping art at the center of your day. The series of posts is called whARTon Wednesdays
Registration opens for whARTon at home
Participants will join Wharton Center Institute for Arts and Creativity teaching artists online in educational classes that require nothing more than a laptop, tablet or phone, internet service and the desire to have learn.
Professor wins grand prize at Japan Media Arts Festival
Adam Brown, associate professor in the Department of Art, Art History and Design, won the Grand Prize in the Arts Division at the Japan Media Arts Festival for his work, [ir]reverent: Miracles on Demand, which will now be part of a major exhibition at the National Museum in Tokyo later this year.
Stacey Fox: Music and Mars
Journalism professor Stacey Fox just released a children’s album, called "Songs of Mars," created to educate about music and the Red PlanetView story photos
Michael Callahan: Committing to students’ success
I was completely surprised and touched when I heard my name announced in the College of Music commencement video as this year’s winner of the Withrow Award. I’m glad I watched the video as soon as it went live, since many of my colleagues and students texted and emailed me their congratulations right away. At least I knew what they were talking about!View story photos
MSU takes academic lead in emerging field of intimacy direction
Alexis Black is one of only 30 intimacy directors for theater in the United States. She currently works at MSU as an assistant professor in acting and movement.View story photos
The truth behind fake news and politics on social media
Dustin Carnahan, an assistant professor of communications in the College of Communication Arts and Sciences, shares his thoughts on what could happen if President Trump continues his controversial Twitter dialogue and how misinformation could impact the 2020 election.View story photos
Two performances set to reschedule due to Coronavirus
Davina and the Vagabonds and Hot Club of Cowtown's "The Finest Hour" was originally scheduled for Wednesday, May 13. The event is rescheduled for 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 4, 2021.
Musical theater class embodies resilience for final project
When the university switched to remote learning for the remainder of the semester, the direction of the course began an organic shift, born out of creativity, student advocacy and a deep dedication from faculty members Dave Wendelberger and Brad Willcuts.
Professor's book alters perception of introversion in theater
Co-written by Rob Roznowski, head of acting and directing for the MSU Department of Theatre, "The Introverted Actor: Practical Approaches offers first-hand accounts," methods and tested techniques that will enable directors and educators to create balance between introverts and extroverts in rehearsal spaces and classrooms.View story photos