Jazzy tunes, electronic sounds mixed with romantic violin, piano, soprano, double bass and honor student recitals are on the schedule for spring semester music performances.
Arts & Culture
Professor Eric Wilson’s latest book, “Everyone Loves a Good Train Wreck,” is receiving national attention for his poignant portrayal of people’s inherent fascination with morbid curiosities. From rubbernecking on the highway to watching a horror film, Wilson believes there’s something nourishing in the darkness.
Wes Hughes and Jake Meyer have been friends since their first year in Bostwick Hall. “City of Angels” is the fifth major production the two have acted in together.
What will it take to win? Senior Jacob Eichhorn is preparing for the fourth time to compete with Wake Forest’s top musicians to be a Giles-Harris award winner.
A Lion Dance performance, traditional foods, a fashion show and games were part of the 2012 Chinese New Year’s festival held on Feb. 4. Watch the video.
START Gallery’s first spring exhibition, “Lightening Strikes: The Illumination of the Self,” runs through Feb. 25. The show features works by 18 students who studied in art professor David Faber’s introductory, intermediate or advanced printmaking classes.
Three events this week will examine cultural exchanges between India and England during the 18th and 19th centuries. Art historian Douglas Fordham, a 1995 Wake Forest alumnus, who now teaches at the University of Virginia, has published numerous books and articles that demonstrate the central importance of empire and imperialism to the development of the [...]
A new Documentary Film Program movie, “The Last Flight of Petr Ginz,” has caught the attention of the United Nations, which will produce a study guide and send copies of the film to its information centers in 63 countries for special screenings and educational programs.
For more than 25 years, Timothy Lam has been building his collection of Chinese pottery — around 550 pieces that date back more than a thousand years. Now Lam, a 1960 graduate, has given his treasures a new home at Wake Forest.
Professor Peter Kairoff is winning acclaim for his recording work. But he also loves teaching a diverse group of music students: “Some of our most gifted students are also gifted young scientists, philosophers, etc., so they have rich inner lives that bring an added dimension to their music-making.”