Arts and Culture

WSU students have access to a wealth of fine arts and cultural events and venues. Just walking through our campus exposes you to one of the nation's top outdoor sculpture collections. Wichita is a major regional arts center with a thriving museum district and constant music and theater performances.

Ulrich Museum of Art
This campus landmark, recognizable by Joan Miro's glass and marble mosaic, "Bird People," on its south wall, boasts a nationally significant collection of roughly 6,300 modern and contemporary artworks.

Martin H. Bush Outdoor Sculpture Collection
The Ulrich Museum's outdoor sculpture collection boasts 77 works spread across the 330-acre campus, and in 2006 Public Art Review named this collection among the Top Ten campus collections. Take the online sculpture tour at www.wichita.edu/sculpture.

Lowell D. Holmes Museum of Anthropology
The Holmes Museum, located in Neff Hall, specializes in the prehistoric and historic ethnographic ceramics of North America and Latin America, and houses one of the largest and most important collections of Asmat art in the United States.

WSU College of Fine Arts
The College of Fine Arts presents a continuous and wide-ranging calender of events, from student-produced shows, concerts and galleries to national and international touring artists and clinicians.

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