For biology major Brandon Rus, photography and drawing add a creative dimension to his science-focused coursework. Rus’ detailed series of drawings on 3×5 cards are among about 80 paintings, prints, and other pieces by undergraduate student artists on display at the annual Student Art Exhibition. Works by art majors, non-majors and honors students are featured through May 19 […]
Arts & Culture
Students from across campus teamed up with 47 children from Old Town Elementary to paint desks designed for each individual child. Flowers and movie characters were popular decorations.
“Songs of Hope,” which chronicles the lives of a group of homeless women, will screen at RiverRun International Film Festival on April 11 at the Hanesbrands Theatre.
Fifty-two concert choir members, across multiple majors and years, gave four performances during the department of music’s eight-day tour of Ireland over spring break.
The 37th Giles-Harris Competitions in Musical Performance have grown into a major event for Wake Forest’s pianists, singers, and instrumentalists.
A different animal represents each year in the Chinese zodiac calendar, and 2014 is the year of the horse. Wake Forest hosted a Chinese New Year celebration at The Barn for students, faculty, staff and the Winston-Salem community.
One theatre class led Johanna Beach (’15) on an amazing journey to Prague. Now assistant director of “Embers and Stars,” she is sharing the story of Petr Ginz, who was a young teen during the Holocaust.
Would you let an artist perform life-saving surgery on you? You might someday, if the artist is a painting robot. Timothy Lee (’16) built a robotic painting arm that could one day lend doctors a hand in practicing complex, robot-assisted surgeries without having to step foot in an operating room.
In the five years since she graduated, Lauren Gaston has taken her acting, directing, designing and drawing skills — combined them with her love of travel — and become a rising star in the world of costume design.
Hoop Dreams won numerous awards, but as Peter Gilbert explains, it was the story that made Hoop Dreams live on, not the technology.