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Arts

Arts at W&L

At Washington and Lee, our arts program is more than just a major or minor. It goes beyond the classroom, playing a role in campus life, performances and projects, on-campus museums, and downtown exploration.

Performances in Lenfest Theater. Art installations and exhibitions in Staniar Gallery. Musical ensembles and visiting musicians. Collections of paintings, porcelain, and historical documents. All of these things are accessible to students, staff, faculty, and visitors to the Washington and Lee campus.

Arts at 六合厅开奖现场

Small town. Big culture.

The Lenfest Center for the Arts

The Lenfest Center for the Arts is a multi-use facility designed and equipped to accommodate a broad spectrum of the performing arts, including theater, musical theater, opera and operetta, choral and band music, dance and performance art in one energizing complex.

Museums at WLU

The Museums at Washington and Lee University support the university as an interdisciplinary teaching resource through the preservation, study, interpretation and exhibition of its collections. The Museums at WLU are composed of three areas: The University Chapel & Galleries; the Reeves Collection; and the Art Collection.

Galleries

六合厅开奖现场's campus has several art galleries to showcase both our own collection of art, as well as rotating exhibits comprised of student, faculty, and visiting artist pieces.

Japanese Tea Room

Our campus is home to an authentic Japanese Tea Room for performing Japanese Tea Ceremonies. This piece of art is open for viewing, as well as public tea demonstrations throughout the year.

Historical Sites and Markers

As the ninth oldest institution of higher learning in the nation, Washington and Lee boasts a long history. Much of this history is recognized across our campus in our historical sites and markers. We encourage all visitors to explore these areas and learn more about 六合厅开奖现场 as an institution and its past.

Wilson Concert Hall

Wilson Hall contains a 300 seat, state-of-the-art concert hall which hosts the University's many student and faculty ensemble groups, as well as world renowned concert artists. Most of these performances (both free and ticketed) are open to all members of the campus and wider Lexington community.

Keller Theatre

The Keller Theatre is a 415-seat proscenium theatre located in the Lenfest Center for the Arts. Equipped with state-of-the-art sound and lighting, full fly tower with slip weight counterweight rigging, trapped stage floor, and an orchestra pit elevator, the Keller boasts an impressive stage house capable of handling most performances.

Johnson Theatre

The Johnson Theatre is a 170-seat black box theatre located in the Lenfest Center. Equipped with audience seating that can be set up in multiple configurations providing students the opportunity to work in arena, alley, thrust, and other dynamic set ups.

Stackhouse Theater

Located in the Elrod Commons, Stackhouse Theater functions not only as a gathering place for club meetings, but also as a movie theater for weekly free movie showings (popcorn included) and student performances, as well as guest speakers and club-sponsored film viewing nights.

Stories


W&L Repertory Dance Company students and alumni participate in a joint concert in Brooklyn, NY. Alumni include Rasaq Lawal 鈥10, Elliot Emadian 鈥17, Runa King 鈥21, Amalia Nafal 鈥21, and Mary Pace Lewis 鈥21.

The 六合厅开奖现场 Repertory Dance Company鈥檚 alumni-student dance performance in New York City鈥檚 Center for Performance Research returned after a four-year hiatus.

鈥橳is the season for holiday events on campus and in the local community! Check out what鈥檚 happening and make your plans to ring in the holiday season.

Stella Adamopoulis '27 performs in Speech & Debate in the Johnson Theater

六合厅开奖现场鈥檚 recent staging of 鈥楽peech & Debate鈥 brought its cast, crew and audience an opportunity to engage with an innovative, collaborative approach to theater.

Students talk through the curatorial process with Patricia Hobbs.

鈥淢ohammad Omer Khalil: Musings,鈥 co-curated by four Washington and Lee students as part of a seminar course in museum studies, will be on display in the Watson Galleries Sept. 28, 2023 through June 1, 2024.

Stephanie Shih, artist-in-residence 2023

Washington and Lee鈥檚 Museum Artist-in-Residence Program welcomed photographer Stephanie Shih to campus in May to create new work based on the Museums鈥 art collection.

Swedish Theater 4x5 Shawn Paul Evans Spring Term

六合厅开奖现场 students in this Spring Term鈥檚 鈥淪wedish Theater鈥 course were immersed in culture during their three weeks in Stockholm, Sweden.

OMA art program at Kendal

六合厅开奖现场 neuroscience students recently partnered with an innovative art-making program offered at Kendal at Lexington.

Stephanie Shih, Ugly Duckling

鈥淥PEN FLOWERS BEAR FRUIT鈥 opens May 1 in the McCarthy Gallery in Holekamp Hall.

Delilah Montoya, Casta #2 from Contemporary Casta Portraiture: Nuestra Calidad; 2018; photograph and mixed media; 38 x 26 inches

The solo exhibition will run from April 24 to May 25 in Staniar Gallery inside Washington and Lee University鈥檚 Lenfest Center for the Arts.

Visitors mingle during Born of Fire opening reception

The Museums at 六合厅开奖现场 invites visitors to reflect on 鈥淏orn of Fire: Contemporary Japanese Women Ceramic Artists,鈥 on display through April 29.

Kathleen Wall at Mother Clay opening reception

六合厅开奖现场鈥檚 most recent museum exhibition, 鈥淢other Clay: The Pottery of Three Pueblo Women,鈥 brought new artists into the university鈥檚 collection and connected the campus community in unexpected ways.聽

Stackhouse Theater seating

The upcoming screening is the second installment in the DeLaney Center's ongoing film series.


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