Students from Western Carolina University's Theatre in Education program return this month for encore performances of “Young Cherokee” at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 19, at the Cherokee Fairgrounds Pavilion. The event, which is free and open to the public, also features Cherokee artists, storytellers and performers.
Brian Railsback wrote some prose that would have made “Papa” proud. Dean of Western Carolina University's Honors College, Railsback recently received word that a short story he penned won first place in Prose for Papa, the annual short story-writing contest sponsored by the Ernest Hemingway Festival in Sun Valley, Idaho.
Western Carolina University's Fine Art Museum at the Fine and Performing Arts Center will feature four painters Thursday, Aug. 10, through Saturday, Sept. 2, as part of the continuing alumni show series.
Western Carolina University will host a seminar designed to provide North Carolina teachers with greater understanding of eastern Asia and enhance classroom instruction on the nations of China, Japan, Korea and Vietnam.
Western Carolina University is ready to raise the curtain on the second season of theatre, music and dance in its new Fine and Performing Arts Center, with nine shows hitting the boards as part of the 2006-07 performance series, “Galaxy of Stars: Legends on Stage.”
A demonstration of handcrafted Shaker boxes by Chris Behre on Sunday, June 25, will kick off “Crafts at the Center,” the summertime craft demonstration series at Western Carolina University's Mountain Heritage Center.