Wichita State is a haven for arts and culture—providing an unmatched environment where you can enjoy a wide range of performances, exhibits and more. Add to this our location in a major regional arts center—filled with venues and events of all types—and there's virtually never an excuse to stay home.

 
Music theater production "Into the Woods".

WSU College of Fine Arts

The College of Fine Arts packs each semester with a wide range of productions and events from student-produced shows, concerts and galleries to national and international touring artists and clinicians. And best of all, admission to Fine Arts events are free for current WSU students.

 

Martin H. Bush Outdoor Sculpture Collection

The Ulrich Museum's outdoor sculpture collection boasts 77 works spread across its 330-acre campus. In 2006, Public Art Review named this collection among the top ten campus collections.

Students hanging out by the Love sculpture.
 
Entrance to the Ulrich Museum of Art.

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

Neff Hall, home to the 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.