Rajaa Elidrissi ’16 invites you to Be the Art:
An annual student-curated art exhibition committed to celebrating and raising awareness of artists of color at Wesleyan–creating a space to showcase the work of artists that are oftentimes underrepresented at Wesleyan and in the world at large.
Date: Friday, April 17th
Time: 3:30pm – 7:00pm
Place: Zelnick Pavillion
Writing to us from the CFA, Andrew Chatfield invites you to come view student artwork:
View the talents of seniors Dandara Catete ’15, Sarah Esocoff ’15, Katherine Du ’15, Virgil B/G Taylor ’15, and Sarah Koppelkam ’15 in the Art Studio Program of Wesleyan’s Department of Art and Art History, on display from Tuesday, April 14 through Sunday, April 19, 2015.
Date: Reception is Wednesday, April 15th; art will be on display Tuesday April 14th – Sunday April 19th
Time: Reception begins 4:00pm Wednesday
Place: Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery
Are you an artist that recently (or not so recently) dropped some hot fiyaaaah? Then you should submit your music to Waves, Wesleyan’s new music publication. Waves is taking music submissions to be featured on its new website, which launched Saturday. If you want another platform for more ears to hear your music, submit mp3s with a photo, social media information, and a brief blurb about yourself to weswavesmagazine(at)gmail:
On a campus brimming with musical talent, it is only right that there is a publication on hand to document Wesleyan University’s vibrant and eclectic music scene. Waves is a group of Wesleyan students dedicated to providing a vivid illustration of the remarkable artists, bands, acapella groups, radio shows, ensembles, visiting acts and everything else music that Wesleyan has to offer. In addition to documenting the on-campus music scene, Waves will feature pieces about new releases and upcoming artists in the external, non-Wesleyan world of music. Waves will also be coming out with a full-length magazine featuring artist profiles, album reviews, and longer feature articles about everything and anything related to music. Check the site periodically if you’re looking for some music literature or if you’re in need of some new artists to listen to.