“Silent Covenants,” a new art exhibit, will be on display from Monday to March 28 at the Bernice Coulter Templeton Art Studio. Rebecca Boatman, the artist, describes her art as “power, strength, and nurture.” “The exhibit consists of abstracted figures of fumed stoneware with found objects, metals, and kiln formed
Theatre Wesleyan will be kicking off the spring semester with a student-directed performance of “Smokefall” at the Thad Smotherman Theatre from Feb. 14 to Feb. 24. Alexandra Flurry, a senior theatre major, will be playing the role of Violet. She summarized Noah Haidle’s play to be about a dysfunctional family.
The Department of Music hosted Dr. Jessica Koebbe for a guest piano recital on Tuesday night at the Nicholas Martin Hall. Koebbe is a former Texas Wesleyan professor, according to the program handed out at the event. She played the piano in front of friends, students, faculty, and staff. Latonya
Texas Wesleyan, alongside co-sponsor the Fort Worth Piano Teachers FORUM, will be hosting the 11th annual Duo-Piano Competition Saturday at the Nicholas Martin Hall from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dr. Ilka Araújo, an associate professor of music and the chair of the competition, wrote in an email a bit
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