Spring 2017 Events

Presented by the College of Arts and Communication

All events are Free and Open to the Public unless otherwise noted with $.

Past Events from FALL 2016

  • August 25-27: “Ramayana: Past in Present” An original musical by WLU student John Sherwood. 7:30pm, Kelly Theater
  • August 28: “Ramayana: Past in Present” 3:00pm, Kelly Theater
  • Aug 31 – Sept 14: Won-il Chung, “There as it is” (photography), Nutting Gallery
  • September 14: NOISE VIOLATION live on Channel 14
  • September 16 – 18: 48 Hour Film Fest
  • Sept 25-27: Tri-State Select Honor Band Festival
  • Sept 26: PRISM Concert for the Band Festival. Ensembles and Choirs, 7pm, College Hall
  • Sept 28 – Oct 20: Vernon F. Howell (mixed media), Nutting Gallery
  • Sept 29-Oct 1: Tri-State Select Honor Choral Festival
  • Sept 30: PRISM Concert for the Choral Festival. Ensembles and Choirs, 7pm, College Hall
  • Oct 4: Guest Recital – Harsha Abeyaratne, piano, 7:30pm
  • Oct 13: Wind Ensemble and Alumni Concert, 7:30pm
  • Oct 20, 21, 27, 28, 29, 39: The Hilltop Players present “Poe: Master of the Macabre” in Kelly Theater.
  • Nov 2 – 22: Alumni Exhibition: Victoria Lavorini and Thomas Stoller, Nutting Gallery
  • Nov 19: College Community Chorus concert, location TBA, 7:30pm
  • Nov 29: Wheeling Symphony Youth Orchestra Concert, Vance Church, 7pm
  • Nov 30 – Dec 8: Fall Senior Exhibition, Nutting Gallery
  • Dec 1: WLU Wind Ensemble Concert, 7:30pm
  • Dec 1, 2, 8, 9, 10, 11: The Hilltop Players present “A Christmas Carol – Scrooge and Marley” in Kelly Theater.
  • Dec 4: WLU Singers present, “A Holiday Card to Wheeling” 3pm and 7pm at St. Joseph’s Cathedral