Guest Presentation: Ego vs. Best Self

Ego vs. Best Self

Presenter Donna Orbovich, former principal flutist with the Hong Kong Philharmonic and a yoga teacher and lecturer based in the Detroit area will be speaking about the secret we all have to build a stronger sense of confidence and ease and lead from inspiration rather than influence in our lives. We will address the need for understanding thought as related to performance and creating command and confidence in the room!

WSU December Departmental Dance Concert

Location: Old Main #3317
4841 Cass
Detroit, MI 48201
Cost: $6, $12, $15

150th Anniversary of the Reading of the Emancipation Proclamation



New Faculty Exhibition

This group exhibition represents the breadth and scope of contemporary art and design practice at WSU. It specifically highlights art faculty who have joined the James Pearson Duffy Department of Art and Art History within the past five years. The opening reception is on Friday, November 9, 5-8PM.

When Art Works: African Utilitarian Objects from the Faxon Collection

Most Africans view art primarily as a tool of daily life that fulfills either a practical or symbolic purpose. When Art Works explores Africa’s utilitarian objects, a largely uncelebrated aspect of the continent’s rich artistic heritage. Whether intended as containers, implements, covers, or supports, the objects in this exhibition were once used in mundane activities in homes, artisans’ workshops, farms, and religious shrines, and not intended to hang on walls or sit on living room mantles. Each was created with practicality and convenience in mind.

Thinking About Shrinking Michigan Cities

Location: Old Main Room 1224 (Anthropology Library)
4841 Cass
Detroit, MI 48201
Cost: Free

Indoor Archaeology: The Funerary Bundles of Ancón

Location: Old Main Room 1224 (Anthropology Library)
4841 Cass
Detroit, MI 48201
Cost: Free

Time Stands Still

by Donald Margulis

Sarah, a photo journalist has returned from covering the Iraq war after being injured in a roadside bombing.  As she recovers, Sarah is forced to face the implications of covering personal tragedies in war, and if and when reporters should intervene to try and relieve suffering

The Louise-Heck Rabi One-Act Festival

The Louise Heck-Rabi Dramatic Writing Competition is sponsored by the Louise Heck-Rabi Endowed Dramatic Writing Fund. Playwrights submit new works in late May for judging. In the fall of each year, playwrights work with guest directors of staged reading of their works. The competition ends with a full production in The Studio Theatre of the selected plays in the spring.

Febrary 28 - March 9, 2013

From the Mississippi Delta

by Dr. Edensha Ida Mae Holland

Based on the memoir under the same name, Dr. Edensha Ida Mae Holland tells the story of her extraordinary life’s journey.  From the Mississippi Delta speaks to the strength of women during the Civil Rights Movement through the power of storytelling.

January 17 - January 26, 2013
Thurs-Sat at 8:00p.m.