Clarinetist Tomi Xhelili won the 2020 Ianni scholarship competition.
A free public reception Thursday will celebrate an exhibition by sculptor Catherine Heard, a professor of visual arts.
A publication of the Ontario Heritage Trust considers the University’s work to preserve the Windsor Armouries and transform it into an arts centre.
UWindsor alumni and students will be among the performers the Rose City Christmas Cabaret, Dec. 19 at the Olde Walkerville Theatre.
The 43rd annual Festival of Christmas concert will feature two choirs under the direction of Bruce Kotowich, Dec. 7 and 8.
The University Wind Ensemble fall concert is Saturday, Nov. 30, at the Capitol Theatre.
The University Wind Ensemble fall concert is Friday, Nov. 29, at the Capitol Theatre.
Anna Claudia Agazzi of Sao Paulo State University will discuss her research into music performance and new technologies in a public lecture Nov. 27.
An exhibition of student works in the SoCA Gallery explores the fundamentals of materials, form, and three-dimensional design.
Seven installations by students in the Green Corridor course are on exhibition this week in the SoCA Gallery.
A free public lecture will discuss approaches to preserving heritage buildings and landscapes, Wednesday in the SoCA Armouries.
Humanities Week, Nov. 11 through 15, promises a series of diverse events in casual settings.
Music professor Nicholas Papador will launch an album by his percussion group Marassa Duo, Friday in the Alan Wildeman Centre for Creative Arts.
Creators of seven of the 12 films in the “WIFF Local Shorts” collection have a connection to the University of Windsor.
A reception will celebrate the MFA exhibition Oct. 31 at the Artspeak Gallery.
Film instructor Theodore Bezaire won the award for best screenplay at London’s Forest City Film Festival.
A reception Wednesday celebrated supporters of the School of Creative Arts.
Three film festivals will screen a comedy, written and directed by professor Mike Stasko, over the next couple of weeks.
A project by film professor Kim Nelson will explore the Arab food culture in Windsor-Detroit.
Music faculty will perform in the Collage Concert, Oct. 26 in the SoCA Armouries.