Artist Neil Lawley will give a public talk about his work at 2 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 4, in 103 Porter Hall on the Pittsburg State University campus. Lawley’s presentation coincides with the closing of his exhibit, “Point Clouds,” in PSU’s Harry Krug Gallery. A reception for the artist will follow his talk.
Affordable Colleges Online (ACO), an Internet-based company designed to help students find affordable and accredited online educational programs, has named Pittsburg State University among its top 20 universities in its list of “Best Online Master’s Programs” for 2014-15.
It’s one thing to create and exhibit art and something else to sell it. Pittsburg State University art students will have that complete artist’s experience when they display and sell their creations at the PSU Department of Art’s Senior Art Fair on Wednesday, Dec. 3, in the Second Floor Gallery in Porter Hall. The exhibit and sale runs from 10 a.m. until noon.
Decades of waiting will be over on Sunday, Dec. 7, when Pittsburg State University officially opens the Bicknell Family Center for the Arts. The university has invited the community to attend a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 1 p.m., which will be followed by tours of the new building.
One of Pittsburg State University’s most beloved traditions, the annual Timmons Chapel Christmas Concerts, will continue on Dec. 3 & 5. The annual performances by the PSU Department of Music have been a holiday gift to the community for most of the past half century.
PSU's Wind Ensemble has been invited to perform at Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall.
Through a partnership established between Pitt State and Microsoft, university students, faculty and staff will receive for free versions of Microsoft Office and Office 365 – the software suites that include popular programs such as Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint.
The critters in Pittsburg State University’s Nature Reach finally moved back to the familiar surroundings of Heckert-Wells Hall Monday.
Pittsburg State University today announced that it has named the theater within the Bicknell Family Center for the Arts in honor of local arts patrons and philanthropists, Dotty and Bill Miller. The naming of the Dotty and Bill Miller Theater was made possible by a generous gift from the Nancy and Richard Miller family and the Faith and Dick Coleman family.
The Pittsburg State University Wind Ensemble will close out the year on Sunday, Dec. 7, with a free concert that is designed to get listeners in the holiday spirit. The concert, which begins at 3 p.m. in Pittsburg’s Memorial Auditorium, will include both music for the wind ensemble and music for the holiday season.