Micaela de Vivero Exhibit

Campus-wide 60 S Lincoln St, Washington

Using soft, malleable, porous materials, Micaela de Vivero creates large-scale sculptures and installations that consider political and social issues connected to feminist and post-colonial concerns. As a woman of color and first-generation immigrant to the United States of America, Vivero responds to these associations as well as the misunderstandings that unbalanced relationships between hegemonic and ...  

W&J Arts Series: The Jazz Conspiracy

Campus-wide 60 S Lincoln St, Washington

The last time these Pittsburgh-based musicians were here, they blew the house down! We are so happy to bring back former Music Dept. Professor Kyle Simpson along with this band of skilled musicians. They specialize in Big Band music, but we told them to play whatever they like, so we are in for one delightful ...  

Music Faculty Recital

Olin Theater 285 E Wheeling Street, Washington

The Music Department is thrilled to present our first live concert of the year, featuring the music faculty. Please join us for a diverse program of classical, jazz, and popular music written for guitar, fiddle, voice, saxophone, cello, chamber group, and more. Music will be performed by Rob Sheffer, Susan Medley, Katy Williams, Mark Swift, ...  

W&J Arts Series: Nandanik Dance Troupe – “Card Country”

Olin Theater 285 E Wheeling Street, Washington

In celebration of the 150th birth anniversary of Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore, Nandanik Dance Troupe presents “Card Country,” one of his most entertaining dance dramas based on the play “Tasher Desh.” A prince and his friend find themselves on a strange island after they are shipwrecked. The inhabitants of this land, various playing cards, have ...  

Fall W&J Wind Ensemble Concert

Olin Fine Arts Center 285 E. Wheeling St., Washington

The W&J Wind Ensemble will perform a concert alongside the Bridges Saxophone Quartet. The Bridges Saxophone Quartet is a modern group based in Pittsburgh that performs music from both the standard classical and jazz idioms. They together will be premiering a brand new concerto for Saxophone Quartet and Wind Ensemble, written by conductor Clint Bleil. ...  

Melissa Haviland Exhibit

Olin Art Gallery 285 E Wheeling Street, Washington

Melissa Haviland uses domestic objects as a cultural lens to explore relationships: personal and economic. The home is a platform for interaction from conversation to negotiation. Examining the power of objects in our lives as totems and commodities, Haviland pushes the boundaries of printmaking, multiples, and play to reference the reiteration of objects and ideas ...  

Opening Reception & Artist Talk: Melissa Haviland

Olin Art Gallery 285 E Wheeling Street, Washington

Melissa Haviland uses domestic objects as a cultural lens to explore relationships: personal and economic. The home is a platform for interaction from conversation to negotiation. Examining the power of objects in our lives as totems and commodities, Haviland pushes the boundaries of printmaking, multiples, and play to reference the reiteration of objects and ideas ...  

Fall Choral Concert – “What She Said”

Rossin Ballroom 60 S Lincoln St, Washington

Live choral music returns to W&J with the Fall Choral Concert, "What She Said". Join the W&J Choir and Camerata Singers as they present an evening of music by women composers, from Hildegarde to Lady Gaga. Choral music IN PERSON. We've waited 19 months for this - don't miss it!

Fall W&J Jazz Ensemble Concert

Olin Fine Arts Center 285 E. Wheeling St., Washington

The W&J Jazz Ensemble will be performing a concert of big band jazz. They will be playing music from the great jazz composers and arrangers, including Pittsburgh's own Sammy Nestico and Mike Tomaro. Come out and enjoy live jazz right here on campus!

Recurring

“Everybody” by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins

Olin Fine Arts Center 285 E. Wheeling St., Washington

By Branden Jacobs-Jenkins DEATH: “God needs a… report from you. Just like some general sense of your time here and how you spent it, how you lived your life so wrong and why – you know, like a presentation…. I think it’s for internal purposes….” Everybody, a finalist for the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for drama, ...