Upcoming Events

 


September 7-19 ADV_Student Exhibit 2015

Warren Wilson College Art Faculty Exhibition
Elizabeth Holden Gallery
Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. & Saturday, 1-4 p.m.
Reception: September 10, 5:30-7 p.m.

The WWC art faculty exhibition presents new, original and innovative works by Eric Baden, Bette Bates, Jacob Brault, Erin Castellan, James Darr, Arlin Geyer, Paul Harcharik, Leah Leitson, Lara Nguyen, Lisa Sturtz and Jessica White. A wide range of visual practices, spanning all genres and media, will be on view.


September 10

Passions, Pathways, Patents and Paper Plates
Canon Lounge
6:30 p.m.

To encourage students to think about the pathway they want to create from themselves while at Warren Wilson and beyond, the Career Development Center is kicking off the year with a talk by Bill Masters, entrepreneur and innovator. Bill is an entrepreneur who has built and sold several companies. He holds several patents, including one of the first for 3D printing. His kayak design was the best seller for 20+ years. Bill will tell his story about how he has created a pathway for himself.


September 16

Spotlight Speaker Series: Bree Newsome & James Tyson ’07
Kittredge Theatre
7 – 9 p.m.

The Spotlight Series for the 2015-16 year is titled My America, Whose America. On Sept. 16, activists Bree Newsome and James Tyson ’07 share their story of civil disobedience in the wake of the shooting deaths of nine black churchgoers in Charleston. The duo united to remove the Confederate battle flag from the South Carolina State House grounds in June. Click here for more information on the Spotlight Series.


September 28 – October 9 ADV-Way of Working

A Way of Working
Elizabeth Holden Gallery
Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. & Saturday, 1-4 p.m.
Gallery Talk and Reception: October 1, 5-7 p.m.

Weavings by Robin Johnston will be on view alongside collaborative works by the WWC Fiber Arts Crew.

Robin Johnston’s work deals with measuring time and capturing moments as they pass. She collects various data such as sleep patterns and moon cycles to create conceptually driven woven works. Johnston holds an MFA in textiles from California College of the Arts and recently completed a 3-year artist residency at Penland School of Crafts.


October 2-4ADV_Homecoming bonfire

Homecoming and Family Weekend
Campus-wide 

Register online for Homecoming or Family Weekend held Oct. 2-4 this year. Special events include:

*Athletics Hall of Fame induction ceremony
*Poetry & fiction reading with MFA alumni
*A Taste of Wilson reunion party
*Festival on the Field – WWC and alumni soccer games

View the schedules for Homecoming and Family Weekend. Questions? Contact Kelly Ball at
kball@warren-wilson.edu or 828-771-5810.


October 8-11

“Exit, Pursued By a Bear by Lauren Gunderson” 
WWC Theatre Department
Kittredge Theatre

This production is part of the Warren Wilson College Theatre 2015-2016 season Not Suitable For Children: Crisis. Catharsis. Comedy. More information, including times and tickets, will be available soon.

The Story: Nan has decided to teach her abusive husband Kyle a lesson. With the help of her friend Simon (acting as her emotional and actual—cheerleader) and a stripper named Sweetheart, she tapes Kyle to a chair and forces him to watch as they reenact scenes from their painful past. In the piece de resistance, they plan to cover the room in meat and honey so Kyle will be mauled by a bear. Through this night of emotional trials and ridiculous theatrics, Nan and Kyle are each freed from their pasts in this smart, dark, revenge comedy.

Photo Credit: Del~Uks via Compfight cc
Photo Credit: Del~Uks via Compfight cc


October 18 – 24
Build a guitar with Jack Hastings
WWC Campus

Join luthier Jack Hastings on campus to build a custom Martin D-18-style guitar with pre-war forward shifted bracing or a Martin 000-18 style with slotted headstock and 12 frets for finger-style playing. View the core skills students will learn. The cost is $1600 – contact Bill Palmer at 828-301-1158 for more information and to register.

 

 

All events are subject to change.