Texas Wesleyan’s Music Department hosted the first Wind Ensemble concert of the semester on Thursday night in Nicholas Martin Hall. Dr. Paul Sikes, the director of instrumental studies, was the concert’s director. Alicia Smith, a senior music major, attended the event to support her “fellow music majors.” “It’s really great
Theatre Wesleyan will open their season with an adaption of Molière’s “Tartuffe” at the Thad Smotherman Theatre on Thursday. The play is directed by Jeanne Everton, an associate professor of theatre, and the entire cast is composed of Wesleyan students. Senior theatre major Alexandra Flurry will be playing Madame Pernelle.
Somewhere There Is an Island is the first of six exhibitions on display this school year in the Bernice Coulter Templeton Art Studio, and features a vibrant fantasy forest made up of recycled objects, Professor of Art Kit Hall said. The exhibition is by Molly Dierks, an associate professor at
Dr. Kit Hall is a professor of art at Texas Wesleyan University. She teaches drawing, and is also the director of Wesleyan’s Bernice Coulter Templeton Art Studio. Hall was chair of the Art Department at Wesleyan before it was dissolved. Hall has kept a framed photo of an article in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram from 1940 about how students at the time created the
Theatre Wesleyan hosted its spring studio voice recital on Monday night in the Thad Smotherman Theatre. The students presented a combination of singing and piano playing. According to txwes.edu, the selections included a mix of classic and contemporary Broadway musicals, and songs by popular artists. Adjunct instructors of voice and