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The Oklahoma State University Opera Theatre will present “The Pirates of Penzance” with comic performances that are sure to be crowd pleasers on Friday and Saturday, March 9 and 10, at 7:30 p.m. in the concert hall of the Seretean Center for the Performing Arts.
Oklahoma State University President Burns Hargis will join the OSU Jazz Orchestra on the piano for a cameo performance at a concert that will also feature the OSU Jazz Ensemble and an after-party celebrating the jazz orchestra’s first commercially-released album, “Solid Gold,” on Tuesday, Feb. 20, at 7:30 p.m. in the Seretean Center Concert Hall.
The Doel Reed Center for the Arts is offering Oklahoma State University students a unique opportunity to experience one of the three credit courses offered this summer in Taos, New Mexico.
The OSU Department of Theatre is driven by a vision for the community as it presents the Pulitzer Prize-winning play, “How I Learned to Drive,” by Paula Vogel, Feb. 22-24 at 7:30 p.m. and Feb. 25 at 2:30 p.m. in the Vivia Locke Theatre at the Seretean Center for the Performing Arts. For this production, the theatre department has collaborated with Payne County Youth Services to provide support for the youth in the community.
Nancy Randolph Davis, the first African-American student at Oklahoma State University and a graduate of the College of Human Sciences is among the four new members set to be inducted to the prestigious OSU Hall of Fame.
A 16-panel Smithsonian Institution exhibition titled “Patriot Nations: Native Americans in Our Nation’s Armed Forces” reveals the remarkable 250-year history of their U.S. military contributions through art, photography and essay.
Grant Harper, an undergraduate student at Oklahoma State University, was one of three winners in the Tulsa District Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions held recently in Tulsa. His performance convinced a panel of judges to advance him to the regional competition in March with a $2,000 award for his achievement.
The award-winning h2 quartet will offer a diverse menu of music ranging from Americana and jazz-influenced compositions to liturgical and Slavic folk music during a free concert at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 4 in the Seretean Center Concert Hall.
Through a selection of more than 70 rare, vintage prints, Impressionist to Modernist: Milestones in Early Photography will offer visitors a closer look at a pivotal period in the development of photography.
Hospitality and Tourism Management alumna Sarah Wade was the winning chef on the Gold Medal Games Finale of the Food Network’s hit show Chopped (aired on January 30, 2018).
As accolades begin to flow, the OSU Jazz Orchestra is promoting its first commercially-released CD, “Solid Gold,” at a release party, which will follow its first concert of the semester at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 20, at the Seretean Center Concert Hall.
The London-based Septura Brass Septet, which has been receiving critical acclaim among British music critics, will offer its redefined brass chamber music at the Seretean Center Concert Hall on Wednesday, Jan. 31, at 7:30 p.m.
The OSU Music Department Faculty Recital Series will feature pianist Heather Lanners performing works from the baroque era through the 21st century on Tuesday, Jan. 30, at 7:30 p.m. in the Seretean Center for the Performing Arts Concert Hall. The recital is free and open to the public.
Oklahoma State University faculty in the humanities, arts and design have been awarded research grants in a new funding program from the Office of the Vice President for Research. Grants of up to $10,000 were awarded to 15 tenured and tenure-track faculty to fund a research project in their areas of study.
Oklahoma State University ranks among the top 20 colleges and universities in the United States with fashion merchandising programs, appearing at No. 19 on The Art Career Project list of “The Best Fashion Merchandising Schools in the U.S. in 2018.”
An app idea that would support environmental work and another designed to assist fire investigators have advanced to the next phase of Oklahoma State University’s From Research to App competition.
The McKnight Center Chamber Music Festival will be The McKnight Center’s inaugural concert series, featuring a variety of performances and interactions with the finest chamber musicians in North America. The musicians will be in Stillwater for a weeklong residency April 8 through April 14.
Plan for your holiday season now as the OSU Department of Theatre presents Shakespeare’s “The Comedy of Errors” Nov. 30, through Dec. 2, at 7:30 p.m., and December 3, at 2:30 p.m. Tickets on sale now.
Ever wanted to know what it’s like to live to be 100 and maybe get some tips that could help you get there? It’s all available online at the Oklahoma State University Library, thanks to the Oklahoma Oral History Research Program (OOHRP), which was recently recognized for its “Oklahoma 100 Year Life” oral history project by the national Oral History Association.
Whether you’re one of the millions who’ve seen him play the ukulele on YouTube or you simply appreciate his world-renowned talent, Jake Shimabukuro is sure to captivate you when...
The works of composer Igor Karaca, who has written a diverse range of music from symphonies and motion picture soundtracks to jazz and pop-rock pieces, will be featured at the...
When the Tulsa YWCA celebrates the 2018 Women of the Year -- Pinnacle Awards, Carola Muñoz de Cote will be among 10 women honored. As the program manager for the College of Human Sciences’ ¡Juntos Se Puede! (Together We Can!), Muñoz de Cote works with Tulsa area families and students to help them achieve high school graduation while promoting higher education as an option. Noted as a champion for equitable education in the Latina community, Muñoz de Cote personifies the mission of YWCA - to eliminate racism and empower women.