A fun filled fall starts right now with the Ulrich

Art For Your Ears: Last concert of the summer is tonight

 

Calamity Cubes

The Calamity Cubes! bring their genre crossing mix of thrashicana—a blend of americana, country, rock and punk music—to the Ulrich tonight. The concert will be held on the south lawn of Wilner Auditorium. Bring your lawn chairs or a blanket and enjoy the shade provided by the tall trees surrounding Wilner Auditorium as the Calamity Cubes! bring their stories from the road home to Wichita. Free admission, light refreshments provided. This summer the Ulrich provided the community with a variety of talented musicians, and the response has been tremendous, tonight’s concert is the last of the Art For Your Ears season and it’s going to be a wonderful finale.

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1
7–9 P.M.
Wilner Auditorium South Lawn
Art For Your Ears
The Calamity Cubes!

Fall Opening Reception: September 11

See India in a Whole New WayExperience the cultural influences of India through art, dance, and food as the Ulrich celebrates the opening of the fall exhibition POSTDATE: Photography and Inherited History in India, Friday, September 11. Admission to the reception is $10 for the general public and free admission for members, students with WSU ID, and guests accompanying students. RSVP now by replying to this email, or by phone at 316-978-3664.

POSTDATE explores India’s complicated history with photography and allows contemporary South Asian artists to reclaim and re-tell their history. POSTDATE was named the greatest Indian art exhibition of the spring by the Huffington Post and the New York Times recommended the exhibition as a “must-see”. Previously exhibited at the San Jose Museum of Art, POSTDATE will not travel beyond the Ulrich.

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11
7–9 P.M.
Fall Opening Reception
POSTDATE: Photography and Inherited History in India

Senior Wednesday: MAKE ICT

MAKE ICTJoin the innovative thinkers and makers of MAKE ICT for a talk about the MakerSpace community they bring together at the intersection of art, technology, science, and culture. MakerSpaces are open community labs incorporating elements of machine shops, workshops and studios where “creative collisions are a common occurrence and ideas can blossom into real-life manifestations.”

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16
10:00 A.M. Refreshments | 10:30 Program
Senior Wednesday: MAKE ICT–Wichita’s Makerspace

2 Tons Under

2 Tons Under2 Tons Under is an annual steamroller event hosted by Tornado Alley Press and the Ulrich Museum of Art. Printmakers from three different universities along with local high schools will hand carve 4‘x8’ wood blocks that will be steamroller-printed live outside of the Ulrich Museum. Carvers will make “Exquisite Corpses” inspired by the French Surrealist concept in which artists collectively contribute interchangeable parts that are assembled to create one whole unique body. See the steamroller in action while enjoying food and live music, and buy a T-shirt fresh off of the screen printing rack.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16
4–7 P.M.
2 Tons Under: Exquisite Corpse

Make a difference in the lives of hungry children

Empty BowlsJoin the fight against hunger in our community and learn how to make a one-of-a-kind ceramic bowl with the WSU Ceramics Guild as they demonstrate ceramic wheel throwing and hand-building techniques. The bowl you make will be donated to the Empty Bowls Chili Cook-off fundraiser on October 24 to benefit the Kansas Food Bank.

Empty Bowls is in collaboration with the WSU Ceramics Guild, WSU Hunger Awareness Initiative, and the Elliott School of Communication.

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18
10 A.M.–4 P.M.
110 Henrion Hall
Empty Bowls: Build-a-Bowl Workshop