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  • Student Stories: Shae Williams

    Shae Williams came to Oregon State as a vocal performance major but found her true calling in photography.

  • OSU Wind Ensemble performs "Currents" by Dr. Dana Reason

    "Currents" is composed by OSU Director of Popular Music Studies, Dr. Dana Reason. The Wind Ensemble is conducted by Dr. Christopher Chapman.

  • Dana Reason - Life at OSU

    Dana Reason, Director of Popular Music Studies, talks about her influences and objectives as both a performing pianist and OSU music instructor.

  • Art 328 Student Project - Making Comics

    A student film project done by Daniel Hawkins in Art 328 at Oregon State University.

  • Dana Reason and Dominic Duval 'Play Ball'

    Jazz pianist and Director of Popular Music Studies, Dana Reason, works through on her song 'Play Ball' backed up by New York City bass player Dominic Duval at Wild Rose Studios in Corvallis, Oregon.

  • Student Stories: Blending Art and Science

    Hannah O'Leary is double majoring in Horticulture and Fine Arts at Oregon State University.

  • Arcadia: Behind The Scenes

    Behind the scenes of the OSU theater performance of Arcadia.

  • Arcadia by Tom Stoppard Performed by OSU Theater

    Performed on February 5-7 and 12-14, 2009 at the Withycombe Hall Main Stage.


Pulitzer-winning play ‘How I Learned to Drive’ opens Feb. 13 - News & Research Communications: February 10, 2014

Oregon State University Theatre’s production of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play “How I Learned to Drive” will show Feb. 13-15 and Feb. 21-22 beginning at 7:30 p.m. on the Withycombe Hall main stage.

Noted soprano and scholar of African-American music to come to OSU - News & Research Communications: February 10, 2014

Carren Moham, a professor of music at Illinois Wesleyan University, will come to Oregon State University to lecture on African-American spirituals and perform a concert of songs by African-American composers.

The Warsaw Discourses - Terra: January 24, 2014

Dr. Gregg Walker specializes in environmental conflict resolution, spreading his message through presentations, leads committees and talks with delegates and observers, one-to-one, every chance he gets.

Setting the Scene - NMC: December 18, 2013

While at OSU, recent NMC graduate Austin Hodaie shot the winning entry in the 2011 Campus MovieFest on the MU Quad.

OSU Seeks Art Project for Climate Change Symposium - Corvallis Gazette-Times: December 16, 2013

The Spring Creek Project for Ideas, Nature and the Written Word at Oregon State University is seeking proposals for interactive art projects that show how people can live happily and healthily on an altered planet — without “exhausting the Earth.”

School of Arts and Communication Events


NW Returnee Conference

The NWRC is a professional conference for students and recent graduates who have returned from an international education experience (study abroad, international internship, service learning, etc.). The


OSU 59th Annual Luau

Join us for Oregon State's 59th Annual Luau on Saturday, April 19, 2014 in Gill Coliseum!

The luau includes a delicious Hawaiian Dinner, Pacific Islander Dance Revue,


Between the Cracks

OSU music faculty and students perform new  works for electronic and acoustic instruments.    Admission: $15 at the door, $10 for…

Organic Growers Club Annual Earth Day Hoo-Haa

It's spring! Come out and touch fertile ground. Reconnect with the good Earth that brings you the food you crave! Students, get out of the library and breathe


Task Party

Everyone welcome to participate in this Task Party facilitated by visiting artist Oliver Herring.…
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