Leigh Ann Hallberg and Paul Bright dig in and create during quarantine
Wake Student Singers Perform In Symphony Valentine’s Day Production
Students create public art in response to extraordinary times
WFU Theatre and NC Black Rep
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The Curse of Thyme
Virtual walkthrough experience
WFU professor’s film on his 40-day pilgrimage along the U.S.-Mexico border
Arts & Athletics
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Audio productions launch Wake Forest Theatre’s fall season
Facilities skill on display in performance of a lifetime
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Hanes Gallery and Slavery Race and Memory Project host panel discussion
Student video art
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Black Portraiture from the Cochran Collection
Wake Foresters return to campus Fall 2020
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Anna Hustrulid Jarrell (’05) paints portraits for COVID-19 relief
Expression fuels remote students
Students dig deep and take a stand
When dance goes digital
Drumming class finds a new rhythm
Modern music class bridges generations
Collage before, after, and including Motherwell
Traditional Balinese performance goes virtual
43rd Annual Giles-Harris Music Competitions
Beijing Opera comes to Wake Forest
An alumna shares her fresh perspectives after touring museums in her adopted home city abroad with new Deacon friends.
Why does Beethoven's music matter today? Ask Wake Forest music professor David Levy.
WFU Theatre's Production of "Ever In The Glades"
Wake Forest sophomore named Brooke Owens Fellow
“It allowed me to stumble into something that I fell in love with”
Exhibition at Wake Forest highlights Robert Motherwell’s forays in collage
How Allison Orr (’93) worked her magic to win over a host of skeptical carpenters, custodians and landscapers to put on a show.
How Alex Acquavella (’03) plans to bring the arts more to the forefront at Wake Forest.
‘You know they’re there, … but you don’t realize how much goes into it day by day’
Director of Photography Ken Bennett shares a few favorite photographs that serve as defining images of the movement, spirit and multifaceted creativity abounding in the fine arts scene at Wake Forest.
Hillary Heard Baack (’02) thrives in film and on stage with an outsider’s acute observing of human nature and stories.
The moment they knew they wanted a life in the Arts
Jeannette Sorrell (’86) made her way from modest beginnings to the stage of Carnegie Hall as a pioneering female conductor who lets nothing stop her.
Bri Butler (’14) dazzles on the Broadway stage in STOMP.
Christina Soriano aims to give every student access to a transformative experience.
Dreams need power tools, says a Wake Forest alumna who is an award-winning playwright.
Composer Dan Locklair found magic in music.
Joel Tauber's pilgrimage along the U.S.-Mexico border
Our True Day Begun Soon Come Qu’ahttet
A Performance on Hearn Plaza Starring WFU Facilities Staff
Alumni reflect on can-do experiences as art entrepreneurs at the student gallery.
Kelly FitzGerald (’17) pivots from handing out Oscars and working in film to competing in a difficult Argentine dance
Video art on the streets
Sean Wilkinson (’15) had an unexpected chance to join Wake Forest students at La Biennale in Venice, Italy
Tibetan Monks create a sand mandala in Hanes Gallery
The Student Union Collection of Contemporary Art
Aaron Fallon (’00) Behind The Camera
World-renowned theatre artist Ping Chong puts on a show with Wake Forest students
Wake Forest's University Theatre takes front and center
The only university art collection in the country selected by students
Wake Forest students get hands-on with a 150-year-old photographic process
Senior Sarah Fine's theater piece about inclusion and rejection, featuring a cast of actors of varying abilities
An inside look at the Student Union Collection of Contemporary Art
Art changed her personal history — and Wake Forest's
Jenny Moore ('95) left the frenetic New York art scene to oversee an extraordinary museum in the middle of nowhere.
Jan Detter's creative spirit shines from the community to the classroom
Two clever computer junkies turn classic film into award-winning Web broadcast
Compelling stories and a sense of social responsibility drive the new Documentary Film Program
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