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  • Department Of Theatre - News and Announcements Archive
    camps will be exhibited in the show Forbidden Art at Wayne State University s St Andrews Hall Sept 7 28 Forbidden Art includes historical details and excerpts from archival accounts which will accompany each of the 20 photos The powerful exhibit originated at Poland s Auschwitz Birkenau State Museum in late 2011 and is now traveling to four U S locations While imprisoned in horrible conditions by the brutal Nazi regime artists continued to produce the works of art that are represented in this exhibit says Mike Smith Jewish community archivist at Wayne State s Walter P Reuther Library It is an honor that Wayne State was selected as one of the chosen venues in the United States http www theoaklandpress com articles 2012 08 24 news local news doc50381190c2a9b847112338 txt Royal Oak Patch 8 24 Wayne State exhibit features art made in secret by inmates of concentration camps Forbidden Art an exhibit coming to Wayne State University September 7 28 includes 20 photographs of artwork created in secret by prisoners of Nazi concentration camps The powerful exhibit originated at Poland s Auschwitz Birkenau State Museum in 2011 and is traveling to four U S locations including Wayne State While imprisoned in horrible conditions by the brutal Nazi regime artists continued to produce the works of art that are represented in this exhibit said Mike Smith Jewish community archivist at Wayne State s Walter P Reuther Library It is an honor that Wayne State was selected as one of the chosen venues in the United States Matthew Seeger dean of Wayne State s College of Fine Performing and Communication Arts said Forbidden Art is a unique opportunity to make important images accessible to students and the community at large Event sponsors from WSU include the Cohn Haddow Center for Judaic Studies the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences the Dean of Students Office the Department of History the James Pearson Duffy Department of Art and Art History the Walter P Reuther Library and the Wayne State University Press http royaloak patch com articles wayne state exhibit features art made in secret by inmates of concentration camps Detroit Jewish News 8 16 Escapes from horror An exhibit of art by inmates of Auschwitz comes to Wayne State by Rebecca Kavanagh Forbidden Art a traveling display of photographic images of artwork created by concentration camp prisoners provides evidence of the human spirit rising above the most horrific of conditions The exhibition maintained by Poland s Auschwitz Birkenau State Museum will be on view at St Andrew s on the campus of Wayne State University where there will be a public opening reception 7 00 8 30pm Thursday Sep 6 http www cfpca wayne edu files forbidden160812 pdf The Detroit News 8 16 WXYZ TV 7 8 15 Tygodnik Polski Detroit s Polish weekly 8 15 Polish Mission s Forbidden displays art from Auschwitz camp by Michael H Hodges One of the ways Nazis tried to dehumanize inmates at the Auschwitz Birkenau concentration

    Original URL path: http://theatre.wayne.edu/news_archive.php?id=9462 (2016-02-13)
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  • Department Of Theatre - News and Announcements Archive
    How to Apply Advising Scholarships Visit the Department Student Resources Blackboard Careers in Theatre Class Schedule Departmental Handbooks Pipeline Faculty and Staff Profiles Faculty Academic Staff Staff Guest Artists Alumni and Friends Moscow Art Theatre School Outreach Performance Spaces Purchase Tickets Production Calendar News and Announcements Archive Return to News List Studio Theatre hosts Heck Rabi One Act Festival through 3 9 February 28 2013 Broadway World Hurts so Good and A New Play by Neil Simon and more set for WSU Studio Theatre s Heck Rabi Play Festival now thru 3 9 Since 2000 the Studio Theatre has hosted the Louise Heck Rabi Dramatic Playwriting One Act Festival encouraging young playwrights to submit their original works Each year 6 7 semi finalists are chosen out of all submissions The plays are then read at a Workshop where they are critiqued by judges Three finalists win a scholarship as well as the opportunity to produce their play in front of a live audience Each winning playwright has a chance to work with a student director and student performers to realize their productions on the stage Running today Feb 28 through March 9 audience members can see this year s selected

    Original URL path: http://theatre.wayne.edu/news_archive.php?id=11074 (2016-02-13)
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  • Department Of Theatre - News and Announcements Archive
    Advising Scholarships Visit the Department Student Resources Blackboard Careers in Theatre Class Schedule Departmental Handbooks Pipeline Faculty and Staff Profiles Faculty Academic Staff Staff Guest Artists Alumni and Friends Moscow Art Theatre School Outreach Performance Spaces Purchase Tickets Production Calendar News and Announcements Archive Return to News List Dean Seeger lectures on crisis communication at U of Evansville September 25 2012 WFIE TV Evansville Ind Dean Seeger speaking on crisis

    Original URL path: http://theatre.wayne.edu/news_archive.php?id=9993 (2016-02-13)
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    Home Theatre at WSU History Theatre in Detroit Degree Programs BFA BA MA Honors Graduate Minor Exploratory Track Learning Communities Admissions Info Auditions How to Apply Advising Scholarships Visit the Department Student Resources Blackboard Careers in Theatre Class Schedule Departmental Handbooks Pipeline Faculty and Staff Profiles Faculty Academic Staff Staff Guest Artists Alumni and Friends Moscow Art Theatre School Outreach Performance Spaces Purchase Tickets Production Calendar News and Announcements Archive Return to News List Prof Hart recognized among region s best theatre directors March 25 2013 CBS Detroit Best directors In the local theater scene in Detroit Detroit plays host to Broadway musicals operas ballets and notable plays and serves as home to a huge array of neighborhood theatres The theatre community is vast and has many talented directors who transform scripts into theatrical works of art Among the notable directors is Lavinia Hart associate professor of theatre at Wayne State University She also is head of the MFA Acting Program at Hilberry Theatre Hart previously held the position of artistic director at the Attic Theatre and has acted directed and produced over 100 stage productions throughout her career Also noted in the story are Wayne State alumni Gary Anderson

    Original URL path: http://theatre.wayne.edu/news_archive.php?id=11406 (2016-02-13)
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    to transform their lives and their environment Wayne State University Assistant Professor of Theatre Pegi Marshall Amundsen Magenta Giraffe Theatre Company Artistic Director Frannie Shepherd Bates graduate students in scenic design and members of the midtown community transform a LOT of Space at the Northeast corner of Cass Ave and Canfield St into an innovative space for theatre companies and performers The project is a highly visible and visually exciting installation around a central magenta stage that s an exhibition of three phases Creation Life and Re creation Installation September 10 18 Exhibit open for public viewing and scheduled performances September 19 October 18 Pop up Gallery Exhibition The Welcome Center located at 42 W Warren is transformed into a pop up gallery for local artists The exhibition is open for viewing during regular business hours Monday Thursday 8 30 a m 6 00 p m and Friday 8 30 a m 5 00 p m Random Acts of Art Join local artists in various locations on campus for Random Acts of Art Don t be surprised if a group of musicians spontaneously erupt into song actors engage you to perform in a skit or other creative acts occur before your eyes Yamasaki Building Tours Wayne State University provides tours of its four Minoru Yamasaki buildings at 6 30 and 8 00 p m on Wednesday through Friday evenings and at 9 00 a m and 10 30 a m on Saturday mornings Tours start in the lobby of the McGregor Memorial Conference Center 495 Ferry Mall and proceed to the Education Building 5425 Gullen Mall the Meyer and Anna Prentis Building School of Business Administration 5201 Cass Avenue and finally the Helen L DeRoy Auditorium 5203 Cass Avenue Behind the Scenes at the Detroit Design Festival Wayne State University

    Original URL path: http://theatre.wayne.edu/news_archive.php?id=9950 (2016-02-13)
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  • Department Of Theatre - News and Announcements Archive
    Friends Moscow Art Theatre School Outreach Performance Spaces Purchase Tickets Production Calendar News and Announcements Archive Return to News List Hilberry hosts Pulitzer Prize nom Lisa D Amour Thu Fri January 29 2013 Exciting things are happening at Wayne State s Hilberry Theatre this Thursday and Friday night Come out and see the new play Detroit by Lisa D Amour playing both nights along with special post show talkbacks with the Pulitzer Prize nominated playwright Audiences will be able to ask Lisa D Amour questions about her play which has been produced in only three other places Shows begin promptly at 8 p m Check out our Facebook event for more information In addition to the talkbacks both nights offer further excitement Thursday January 31 a preshow discussion will be held by scenic designer Pegi Marshall Amundsen who will discuss her design concept for the Hilberry Theatre s production of Detroit The discussion begins at 7 15 p m Attendees of this Thursday night performance will also enjoy small samplings of cake from Slows Bar BQ after the post show talkback as well as receive coupons for the restaurant Friday February 1 is part of the Hilberry Theatre s Young

    Original URL path: http://theatre.wayne.edu/news_archive.php?id=10943 (2016-02-13)
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    presents panel discussion in association w Forbidden Art 9 13 September 6 2012 Who Owns Art The Holocaust Ethics and Cultural Patrimony A Panel Discussion in Association with the Exhibition Forbidden Art Thursday September 13 2012 5 30 p m 7 00 p m St Andrew s 918 Ludington Mall Wayne State University Free and open to the public No RSVP required From stolen antiquities to the Elgin Marbles to Nazi looted art returning plunder to its rightful owner is not as straightforward as it may seem since who the rightful owner is often depends on your point of view Although there are numerous professional and ethical codes for the return of stolen looted or confiscated art contested cultural property continues to be a highly controversial topic for museums and international law today Three speakers from three different disciplinary perspectives will make brief presentations on this topic before opening discussion to the audience Panelists Dora Apel associate professor of art history at Wayne State University specializes in modern and contemporary art photography and visual culture Graham Beal director president and CEO of the Detroit Institute of Arts Guy Stern Director of the Harry and Wanda Zekelman International Institute of the

    Original URL path: http://theatre.wayne.edu/news_archive.php?id=9846 (2016-02-13)
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  • Department Of Theatre - News and Announcements Archive
    BA MA Honors Graduate Minor Exploratory Track Learning Communities Admissions Info Auditions How to Apply Advising Scholarships Visit the Department Student Resources Blackboard Careers in Theatre Class Schedule Departmental Handbooks Pipeline Faculty and Staff Profiles Faculty Academic Staff Staff Guest Artists Alumni and Friends Moscow Art Theatre School Outreach Performance Spaces Purchase Tickets Production Calendar News and Announcements Archive Return to News List THR 1200 Musical Theatre Appreciation a great

    Original URL path: http://theatre.wayne.edu/news_archive.php?id=10495 (2016-02-13)
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