The SEB Arts committee is a student run group dedicated to presenting and supporting arts programs on the WSU Pullman campus. The committee hosts artist residencies, performances, special events, exhibits, and other various arts projects. The committee presents programs that encompass a wide range of art forms including visual, literary and performing arts. This group also partners with various campus groups to support several arts projects each year through a $10K sponsorship fund.
More information about the SEB Arts Sponsorship Program can be found below.
A student programmer chairs the committee overseeing all program aspects. Committee members work closely on all programs to help select, plan, market, and staff projects and events. Members have varying levels of responsibility, are given special arts professional development opportunities, and many times get to work closely with artists & performers behind the scenes.
Ongoing projects include the long term installation of an Art-o-Mat, a re-purposed cigarette vending machine designed to sell art housed in the CUB Gallery; and the Campus Art Tour a self-guided art tour on the Pullman campus.
Architects of Air: Miracoco, National Geographic Lectures & related exhibits; a shadow puppet artist residency by Redmoon Theater; the CAT Walk a glowing night time arts festival; slam poet Andrea Gibson; Portland Cello Project; David Garibaldi; Seth Lepore resident artist; and many more.
To learn more about the history of SEB Arts, please visit here.
Interested in Becoming a Member?
Visit the SEB Committee page to learn more, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Stay tuned for the Fall 2013 Academic Year committee meeting time.
SEB Arts Current Projects
An art-o-mat is a re-furbished cigarette vending machine designed to sell art.
CUB Gallery | Works cost $5 | Cash and Cougar Cash accepted
Campus Art Tour
Self-Guided Art Tour
Kiosks locations: CUB Gallery; Museum of Fine Art; WSU Visitors Center; WSU Welcome Center; WSU Alumni Center
SEB Arts Sponsorship Program
Formerly known as the VPLAC Matching Grant, providing 10,000 dollars in funding opportunities for WSU arts events
To learn more about the program, submitting an application, or to who to contact, please visit here.
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