Left, orchestral rehearsal with David Hagy, teaching professor and orchestra director, September 2019. Right, "Triptych" by Zhekai Lu ('17) draws visitors to look and listen at the opening of a Wake Forest student video art and sculpture show on Baity Street, April 2017.
An installation for “Student Bodies” by students in Professor David Finn’s public art class, November 2017.
Studio painting class led by Page Laughlin, art department chair and professor of painting, September 2014.
Visiting artist CJ Harker of Philadelphia, specializing in historic processes, teaches tintype photography in an alternative methods darkroom class, November 2016.
Eli Bradley (’18) and Michael Kamtman, assistant teaching professor, prepare for the WFU Theatre’s production of “Spring Awakening,” March 2018.
Creating a soapstone carving in Professor David Finn’s class, March 2019.
Students in Page Laughlin’s studio art class mix paints, September 2014.
Rehearsal for the gamelan concert, featuring many bronze percussive instruments from Bali, March 2019.
Final dress rehearsal for the Wake Forest University Dance Company’s spring concert, April 2015.
A lesson in improvisation for Joaquin Martinez de Pinillos (’22) on trumpet and Yasuhiro Nakae (’23), September 2019.
Final dress rehearsal for Wake Forest University Theatre’s production of “She Kills Monsters,” September 2017.
Students in the filmmaking class of Joel Tauber, associate professor who teaches video art, project their work onto the wall of the Bailey Power Plant downtown, February 2019.
Theatre students hold a dress rehearsal for “The Adding Machine,” directed by Associate Professor Brook Davis, on the Tedford Stage, February 2018.
Wake Forest Associate Professor of Music Brian Gorelick (P ’17) teaches the concert choir class in Scales Fine Arts Center, September 2019.
Dance students in Christina Soriano’s Dance Improvisation class attend a master class in dance, art and music in the Hanes Gallery, March 2017.
Dance students rehearse for the Fall Dance Recital on the Tedford Stage, November 2018.