On September 29 from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m., join select awardees of the Black Lives Matter Artist Grant Program for a discussion of the question: Why has art—in all its forms—always been central to thinking about Black liberation and racial justice?
It’s no secret that today’s professionals feel pulled in too many directions. Too often, we find ourselves racing from one emergency to another, without the time to think strategically (or even breathe).
Join artist Alison Saar in the museum galleries on Wednesday, September 29, from 2–3 p.m. for a personal tour of Mirror, Mirror: The Prints of Alison Saar, a retrospective exhibition featuring nearly 50 prints and five sculptures by this renowned Los Angeles–based artist.
Dr. David Larsen, saxophonist, composer, recording artist, Director of Bands at Spokane Falls Community College and scholar of cool jazz, will give a presentation on the music of baritone saxophonist and composer Gerry Mulligan. This Jazz Forum is presented by the Jazz Society at WSU with funding from Allegro.