Student artworks explore the creative possibilities of three-dimensional space in a sculpture exhibition this week in the SoCA Gallery.
Maestro Daniel Wiley will hand off the baton during a masterclass in conducting, March 20 at the School of Creative Arts.
A March 22 workshop for film students and professionals will showcase the Arri Alexa digital camera system.
A reception March 15 will mark the closing of an exhibition by first-year students in the visual arts and the built environment program.
Baritone Clarence Frazer will conduct a masterclass for SoCA voice students Saturday, March 9, in the Performance Hall.
Pianist Philip Adamson will perform three sonatas by Ludwig van Beethoven in a recital Friday to benefit music student scholarships.
Visual arts professor Cyndra MacDowall will discuss her use of photography to explore gender in sports, March 7 at the Art Gallery of Windsor.
Student musicians will sit alongside their professional counterparts for performances Wednesday at the Capitol Theatre.
Soprano Jennifer Swanson presents “In Her Own Words,” with pianist Michael Karloff and cellist Karen McClellan, Saturday in the SoCA Armouries.
A concert Friday, March 1, will feature performances by the University Jazz Ensemble and the High School Honour Jazz Ensemble.
Trumpeter Matthew Lepain will perform arrange of musical styles in his grad recital, “Spectrum,” Sunday in the SoCA Armouries Performance Hall.
A keynote lecture by New York University professor Radha Hegde will highlight the Edgy Media Symposium, March 1 at the SoCA Armouries.
UWindsor’s School of Creative Arts will mount an exhibition and symposium on the work of communication theorist Marshall McLuhan.
Vocalist Shahida Nurullah will join the Windsor Symphony Orchestra for concerts this weekend celebrating the music of George Gershwin.
Installation artists Ken Rinaldo and Amy Youngs will present on their practices in a free public presentation at noon Thursday.
An exhibition in the SoCA Gallery this week presents the work of second-year student Ada Waldman.
UWindsor professor Michael Darroch will discuss post-war studies of communications in a public lecture Feb. 8.
More than 100 voices will rise in song Sunday during a concert collaboration between the School of Creative Arts and the Windsor Symphony Orchestra.
A public reception Thursday, Feb. 7, will celebrate “The Photo Show,” an exhibition of student works in the SoCA Gallery.
Artist Johan Grimonprez will deliver his free public lecture “All Memory is Theft,” Feb. 7 at the SoCA Armouries, 37 University Ave. E.