Western Carolina University gave patrons of the arts a behind-the-scenes look Thursday, Nov. 4, at the creative process that goes into the paintings, drawings, sculptures and other works that will soon be on display in the galleries of the university's massive Fine and Performing Arts Center.
Paul Lormand, former executive director for the Sequoyah Institute at Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Okla., is the founding director of the performance facilities for Western Carolina University's new Fine and Performing Arts Center
Three candidates for the position of director of the Fine and Performing Arts Center at Western Carolina University will visit campus this month for public presentations and question-and-answer sessions.
Changes are in the works for the CulloWHEE! ArtsFest in 2004, as organizers of Western Carolina University’s annual celebration of the fine and performing arts are expanding what was a one-weekend event in early summer into a series of events to be held throughout the fall semester.
Western Carolina University is now accepting applications for admission into its new master of fine arts degree program, an area of graduate study with an unconventional course structure featuring an intensive, on-campus residency during the summer and distance course work during the fall and spring.
Martin DeWitt, director of the Tweed Museum of Art at the University of Minnesota-Duluth since 1990, has been named founding director of the museum of art within the Fine and Performing Arts Center currently under construction at Western Carolina University.
Robert Godfrey of Asheville, professor of art and former head of the art department at Western Carolina University, is the recipient of a prestigious lifetime achievement award from the Butler Institute of American Art.
Western Carolina University is taking significant new steps to boost the Western North Carolina travel and tourism industry by becoming an additional destination for visitors in search of cultural arts and heritage-based activities.
Western Carolina University broke ground Thursday (March 8) for its Fine and Performing Arts Center, a $30 million facility designed to serve both as a new home for WCU's burgeoning academic programs in the arts and humanities, and as a cornerstone in the university's and region's efforts to grow and develop.