WSU Piano Festival
Location: Wiedemann Hall
The WSU Middle and High School Piano Festival invites area students to perform for their teachers, friends and family in a supportive setting and receive feedback of their performances from the faculty adjudicators. The performances take place mostly in Wiedemann Hall. Students enjoy the experience of playing on a Steinway concert grand and the acoustical ambience of Wiedemann itself. The adjudicators are all professional performers and teachers and are known for their skilled and sensitive written critiques of the students’ style, technique and overall preparation.
For more information about the Festival and Entry please contact Professor Andrew Trechak, Festival Manager at (316) 978-6235 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Open to the Public.
Sponsored By: The WSU School of Music
Open For Business: Member's Open Party
Location: Ulrich Museum
OPEN FOR BUSINESS! The Ulrich offers an artistic interpretation of retail therapy with its newest exhibition "Stocked: Contemporary Art from the Grocery Aisles." We'll have the deli ladies pushing free samples and blue-light specials for attendees. Just like at the grocery store, you're bound to run into someone you know.
To make reservations, call (316) 978-3664 or e-mail email@example.com
FREE for Ulrich Museum members and WSU students.
$10 for general public.
For more information, contact SAC located in Student Involvement, RSC 3rd floor.
Phone: (316) 978-3022
Astronomy: Journey to Jupiter2-day event: 1/18/2013 - 1/19/2013
Location: Lake Afton Observatory, 20 miles southwest of downtown Wichita at MacArthur Rd. (39th St. S.) and 247th St. W. in Lake Afton County Park. It is immediately north of the lake, just off MacArthur Rd.
The Observatory presents “Journey to Jupiter.” The journey’s first stop will be Earth’s nearest celestial neighbor, the moon. Here, the mission is to use the Observatory’s telescope to explore its craters, smooth plains and mountains. The next stop is the gas giant, Jupiter. Here, the many moons, and astounding cloud features of the largest planet in our solar system will be explored. “Journey to Jupiter” will be presented on the following evenings: January 18-19, 25-26; February 15-16, 22-23; March 15-16, 22-23 and April 19-20.
$5 for adults
$3 for ages 6-12
Under six admitted free
Family Rate: Mom, Dad, and all their immediate children - $15
Please note that we are unable to accept credit or debit cards
For more information, call (316) 978-3991 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Open to the public.
Sponsored by Fairmount Center for Science & Mathematics Education