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All about that bass

All about that bass

BY DUSTIN VANDEHOEF | Evergreen music reporter

December 5, 2014

With only a couple weeks left until he graduates, Clay Parkman is squeezing in one final degree requirement before obtaining his bachelor's degree in bass performance.At 3:10 p.m. today in Kimbrough Hall, students and community members can watch the WSU senior perform a free recital on the upright ba...

Scientifically artistic

BY ADDY FORTE | Evergreen fine arts reporter

December 5, 2014

WSU Museum of Art student interns and the Palouse Discovery Science Center will combine two unlikely things: science and art, bringing acids, bases, and art to the community.Zach Mazur, WSU Museum of Art curator of education and collections, said children from the Palouse and their families are welc...

Jingle book rock

BY DUSTIN VANDEHOEF | Evergreen reporter

December 5, 2014

The annual WSU Press Holiday Book Sale filled up the Holland/Terrell Library atrium yesterday, offering its catalog of books that focus on different aspects of this corner of the United States.“We'll sell a lot of books here, but it's really more of a community outreach than it is a sale,” said Bob...

Marching to his own beats

BY KATHERINE LIPP | Evergreen music reporter

December 3, 2014

Near the end of 2014, Seattle rapper Sam Lachow has two of the biggest festivals in the Northwest and a sold-out show in his hometown in his rearview mirror. Lachow said he may have had a big year, but in his eyes he’s only just getting started.“At the beginning of this summer we planned to take (S...

A spirited holiday story

BY TREVOR WILLIAMS | Evergreen reporter

December 3, 2014

Many are familiar with the classic tale of the cynicism, greed, and redemption of Ebenezer Scrooge in the Charles Dickens novel “A Christmas Carol.”Many adaptations of the story take place on the silver screen, but this holiday season the Palouse community has a chance to see the timeless tale on s...

‘Our Town’ coming to your town

BY CATHERINE KRUSE | Evergreen theater reporter

December 3, 2014

Simplicity is elegance, be it in life or in the WSU Performing Arts production of “Our Town” that tells the story of life, love, and death.Written by Thornton Wilder, the American classic is first and foremost a story about life and appreciating it to its fullest, said show director Mary Trotter,...

See them sketch

See them sketch

From staff reports

December 3, 2014

An art opening reception like no other, SEB’s Sketch Wednesday is an interactive forum. The event features artists from WSU, Pullman, and Moscow communities who showcase their artwork for viewers.This year Kyla Lakin, senior fine arts major and CUB gallery programmer, and her committee has put togethe...

All the right notes; student sings for senior recital

From staff reports

December 1, 2014

Award-winning vocals and talented piano accompaniment will grace the Bryan Hall stage in a performance that captures the variety and skill of student musicians at WSU.Senior vocal performance major Samantha Cottam will perform works from various time periods and in various languages at 8 p.m. Tuesday i...

‘Tis the season for a holiday concert

‘Tis the season for a holiday concert

BY DUSTIN VANDEHOEF | Evergreen music reporter

December 1, 2014

Thanksgiving is over, which means it is now socially acceptable again to listen to holiday music, and the annual WSU Holiday Concert this Saturday is here to help.“The holidays are something magical, and we want people to leave the show uplifted by the familiarity,” Dean Luethi, assistant professo...

30 30 30 art contest takes a bow

BY ADDY FORTE | Evergreen fine arts reporter

December 1, 2014

Artists can finally recover from the artistic marathon that is the Moscow 30 30 30 event. Fitting to the name, 30 artists each created 30 pieces of artwork in 30 days.The 900-piece art collection will be on display this week at the Third Street Gallery, accompanied by several artist events.This year...

A bit of a fruitcake

BY CATHERINE KRUSE | Evergreen theater reporter

December 1, 2014

It’s kind of sweet, kind of nutty, and best associated with the Christmas season. It’s the name of the cake nobody seems to like, and the holiday show put on by Pullman Civic Theatre: “FrUiTCaKeS.”The story of “FrUiTCaKeS” follows Jamie, a young boy who ran away from home and comes into a sma...

Flute tunes just in time

From staff reports

November 21, 2014

This afternoon, soothing flute music will help the transition from hectic school life to a period of rest and Thanksgiving.Megan Anderson will give her senior student recital today at 3:10 p.m. in Bryan Hall Theatre.Anderson said she has been preparing for her senior recital since January, learning full...

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