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Thursday, April 1 @4:30 pm
April 1: Edie Overturf Artist Talk
Lecture
Online

The Department of Fine Arts presents an artist talk with Portland-based artist Edie Overturf, supported by the Forst Endowed Visiting Artist Program.

Friday, April 2 @3 pm
AER/I Seminar with Cullen Greer
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

Proteins contained within the membrane of the eukaryotic cell are of significant interest for drug discovery, due to their varied functionality and external accessibility.

Tuesday, April 6 @10:30 am
Digital Technology and Culture Expert Series: Kailee Scales
Online

The Digital Technology and Culture Department is proud to present the Expert Series: a broad array of industry professionals and researchers in graphic design, web design, UX design, social media, data visualization, communications, game design, animation, systems design, and more.

Tuesday, April 6 @7:30 pm
CANCELED: The Selway Trio
Bryan Hall

Selway Trio performing Piano Trios of Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, and Jihyun Kim

Yoon-Wha Roh, piano; Jason Moody, violin; Miranda Wilson, cello

Wednesday, April 7 @6 pm
Visiting Writers Series welcomes poet Mahogany L. Browne, April 7
Performance
WSU Pullman - Online

Mahogany L. Browne is a writer, organizer, and educator. She is the interim executive director of Urban Word NYC and Poetry Coordinator at St. Francis College. Browne has received fellowships from Agnes Gund, Air Serenbe, Cave Canem, Poets House, Mellon Research, and Rauschenberg. She is the author of Chlorine Sky (2021), Woke: A Young Poet’s Call to Justice (2020), Black Girl Magic (2020), Woke Baby (2018), and Kissing Caskets (2017).

Thursday, April 8 @7:30 pm
Michael Adams, Senior Composition Recital
Bryan Hall

PROGRAM

Senior composition student Michael Adams presents his composition recital, including two sets of piano pieces, bowed vibraphone, and a fun piece for a percussion ensemble. Join me on Thursday, April 8th at 7:30 pm to see these great pieces!

Friday, April 9 @4 pm
Physical Chemistry Seminar with Holly McEnaney
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

The complexity of the chemistry found in the Hanford Site’s 177 radioactive waste storage tanks has been subject of research for many years.

Friday, April 9 @7:30 pm
WSU Family Weekend Opera Workshop: Keep Moving On!! Songs by Stephen Sondheim
Bryan Hall

PROGRAM

Keep Moving On!  That has been the mantra of everyone over the past year.  The opera/musical theatre students, under the direction of Dr. Julie Anne Wieck and assisted by collaborative pianist, Elena Panchenko, have been rehearsing remotely all semester on a wonderful array of music by the Broadway…

Monday, April 12 @4 pm
Chemistry Department Seminar with Arden Perkins
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

Presenter: Dr. Arden Perkins: Institute of Molecular Biology at the University of Oregon Host: Chulhee Kang

Title: Sulfur oxidation at the center of bacterial pathogenesis

Abstract: Sulfur oxidation chemistry is an ancient mechanism by which cells mediate redox stress. Sulfur oxidation plays important roles in bacterial diseases, where…

Monday, April 12 @6 pm
Visiting Writers Series welcomes author Debra Magpie Earling
Performance
WSU Pullman - Online

Debra Magpie Earling is a Native American novelist and short story writer, and professor of English at the University of Montana, Missoula. Earling is a member of the Salish and Kootenai Tribes of the Flathead Reservation. She is the author of Perma Red (2002) and The Lost Journals of Sacajewea (2012).

Monday, April 12 @7:30 pm
Jazz Forum: Personal Musical Style and the Jazz Musician with Jake Svendsen

Personal Musical Style and the Jazz Musician

A highly prized aspect of the jazz musician’s craft is the development of a distinctive personal style. This lecture theorizes about personal musical style and how it comes into being. Professor Svendsen will discuss topics including the similarities between music and language, the…

Tuesday, April 13 @12:30 pm
Organic Chemistry Doctoral Final Exam with Anna Wang
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

Owing to its unique regulatory effects in many physiological and pathological processes, the study of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) has attracted considerable attention in the past decade.

Tuesday, April 13 @6 pm
Digital Technology and Culture Expert Series: Kenneth Tsai
Online

The Digital Technology and Culture Department is proud to present the Expert Series: a broad array of industry professionals and researchers in graphic design, web design, UX design, social media, data visualization, communications, game design, animation, systems design, and more.

Thursday, April 15 @4:10 pm
Physics and Astronomy Colloquium – Dr. Kai Bongs
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

The Department of Physics and Astronomy invites you to a colloquium featuring Dr. Kai Bongs, UK National Quantum Technology Hub in Sensors and Timing, University of Birmingham. Dr. Bongs will present his talk, “Quantum Sensors and their Applications”, via Zoom.

Friday, April 16 @3 pm
AER/I Chemistry doctoral final defense with Cameron Naylor
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

If organic compounds are going to be detected and quantified with high fidelity in the soil and atmosphere in the solar system, increased levels of resolution for portable instruments are needed that can withstand harsh conditions.

Friday, April 16 @4 pm
Physical Chemistry Seminar with Anika Auni
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Online

Mixed metal oxides are excellent candidates in catalyst synthesis since they can serve both as an active catalyst or as a substrate for other catalytic entities.

Monday, April 19 @4:30 pm
Jazz Forum with John Dover

John Dover is an endorsed artist and clinician for Bach trumpets. Through his tenure as a professional musician, he has had the opportunity to work with some of the industries top talents, performing in any genre of music from classical to rock to jazz. John brings his warmth and depth…

Monday, April 19 @6 pm
Mu Phi Epsilon: WSU Chapter Recital

The Mu Beta chapter of Mu Phi Epsilon will be giving its first chapter recital in years! Mu Beta members Jake Berreth, Lucas Blevins, Stasia Kulsa, Timothy Schrader, and Leah Terrell will be performing works by various composers. They will be joined by Michael Koach, Jered Kostenko, and Sarah Wright.

Tuesday, April 20 @7:30 pm
A Virtual Celebration of Jazz at Washington State University

PROGRAM

A Celebration of Jazz at Washington State University, 7:30pm, April 20, 2021

On Tuesday evening, April 20, 2021, at 7:30pm, the Washington State University School of Music will present “A Virtual Celebration of Jazz ,” featuring videos of the award-winning WSU Jazz Big Band, combos, Big Band II,…

Wednesday, April 21 @7:30 pm
Songwriters Showcase

Students in the Songwriting II course at the WSU School of Music will be presenting a showcase of their original compositions focusing on topics of protest and social commentary. Students studied the historical context of protest music, and how it relates to modern social movements and modern songwriting. Special thanks…

Friday, April 23 @4:10 pm
Graduate Recital: Jeong Yoo, soprano
Bryan Hall

PROGRAM

Jeong Yoo, soprano and Dr. Yoon-Wha Roh, piano present a graduate voice recital featuring G. F. Handel’s ‘Pastorella vaga bella’, C.Gounod’s O Dieu! Que de bijoux…Ah! Je ris de me voir from opera Faust, D. Argento’s song cycle, ‘Six Elizabethan Songs’, Dong-Jin Kim’s Shin Arirang, Du-Nam Cho’s Sae…

Friday, April 23 @5:10 pm
In Two-Tones: Brandt Fisher’s Senior Recital
Kimbrough Music Building

Brandt Fisher’s recital “In Two-Tones” represents the culmination of his musical growth at Washington State University. Brandt’s senior recital will feature jazz standards played live by Brandt and his jazz quartet, as well as revive of several classics by the WSU alumni jazz-fusion group “Jazz Wires.” The explosive duality (the…

Friday, April 23 @7:30 pm
WSU’s Spring Choral Concert

WSU’s Concert Choir, directed by Dean Luethi, and the WSU University Singers, directed by Angelica Dunsavage, will present selections dedicated to our community’s first responders and those we’ve lost in the pandemic. Special guests include Dr. Meredith Arksey, members of the WSU Symphony Orchestra, Pullman High School Choir, and the…

Tuesday, April 27 @10:30 am
Digital Technology and Culture Expert Series: Vincent E. Rone
Online

Vincent E. Rone earned a PhD in musicology from UC Santa Barbara and has taught at universities in New Jersey, Virginia, and Ohio, where he currently teaches music history and theory at Franciscan University of Steubenville.

Thursday, April 29 @6 pm
DTC Spring Awards Showcase
Online

Come support your peers and mentors as we celebrate some of the best and brightest in DTC.