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‘Photographs from the Gay Rodeo’ showing at UI

Blake Little’s photographs, including “Bareback Bronc Riding,” pictured above, are being shown in the exhibit at the University of Idaho library through April 30. Little’s black and white portraits feature LGBTQ riders on the rodeo circuit.

ANNA YOUNG, Evergreen columnist

February 7, 2019

With an opening reception Tuesday evening, Seattle-born photographer Blake Little’s “Photographs from the Gay Rodeo” exhibit kicked off at the University of Idaho Library, to be continued through April 30. The rodeo is a series of events across the country headed by the International Gay Rodeo...

Local theatre debuts ‘Cabaret’ musical

Victoria Zenner, left, and Isa Davidson, right, play dancers at the Kit Kat Klub in RTOP’s production of “Cabaret.” Jasper Barbosa Rodriguez-Vivaldi, center, plays the Emcee in the musical.

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen reporter

February 7, 2019

The Regional Theatre of the Palouse (RTOP), located in downtown Pullman, will be performing the musical “Cabaret” starting Valentine’s Day. “[‘Cabaret’ is a] really showy, edgy, thought-provoking theater piece … it was kind of a no-brainer,” said Michael Todd, associate director of...

Lack of art on campus could impact students

Joe Hedges, an assistant professor of painting and intermedia, tells how art, or lack thereof, can affect students at WSU on Monday morning in the Fine Arts Center. He said student artwork helps address the issue of noticeably missing creativity.

MILA WIDMAYER, Evergreen columnist

January 31, 2019

After almost three years of living in Pullman, a question has come up over and over again: where is the art? Looking around in lecture halls, classrooms and labs, there is a blatant lack of visual stimulation around us. While the CUB may be full of televisions and murals advertising one thing or another,...

Art museum to host Michael Schultheis reception

Sophomore nursing major Hannah O’Flanagan inspects the mathematical elements present in Schultheis’ piece “Conics of Apollonius” on Jan. 15. The piece will be available for viewing at the reception Thursday.

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen reporter

January 24, 2019

WSU alumnus Michael Schultheis will showcase his artwork during a reception and performance from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday in the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. Schultheis wants to keep the details of his performance a secret, though he did give a few hints as to what he will do. His exhibit showc...

New exhibit displays must-see art for variety of viewers

A visitor to the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art examines Michael Schultheis’ piece “Water Lilies of Archimedes” on Tuesday in the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art.

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen mint editor

January 17, 2019

I recently had the opportunity to visit “Venn Pirouettes” and “Social Space,” two new installations at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. The two exhibits consist of a series of paintings, sculptures and works in other mediums that opened to the public Jan. 15. Michael Schultheis, a WSU...

Wordplay contributes humor, creativity to writing

Sara Quenzer, a junior double majoring in journalism and media production and English creative writing, says, “she nearly always incorporates humor into her writing,” Monday in Murrow Hall.

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist

January 17, 2019

Picture this: I overheard a story of the past, present and future walking into a bar. I regret to say it was tense. Jokes aside, the English language is a huge and diverse system containing over 170,000 words. With the language constantly adapting, that number only grows. In a language so large, word choice is ...

‘Sourpuss’ is too real for college audience

COURTESY OF MERRICAT MULWRAY

ANNA YOUNG, Evergreen columnist

January 10, 2019

I was given an advance copy of Merricat Mulwray’s “Sourpuss” in exchange for an honest review before its Jan. 20 publication. Recall a time when you went to a friend’s house and needed to use their shower. It’s an operation that by all means should be simple, but in that moment you find...

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