Art For Your Ears

Expand your artistic experience. Each month, the Ulrich Museum of Art invites you to bring your lawn chair — we’ll provide the refreshments — relax in the scenery of the Wichita State University campus, and enjoy Art For Your Ears! Rain location is the WSU Campus Activities Center (CAC) Theater.

Admission is free and open to the public.

2016 Summer Concert Series

THURSDAY, JULY 9
Spencer Bohren

THURSDAY, AUGUST 25
Moreland & Arbuckle

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15
Bobby Watson

SPENCER BOHREN
Thursday, July 7 | 7–9 P.M.
Wilner Auditorium
New Orleans blues guitarist Spencer Bohren performs his deep repertoire of blues, country, gospel, and original songs while charming audiences with tales from a lifetime of wandering the world.  The Wichita Blues Society presents another chance to see Spencer Bohren performing his documentary concert Down the Dirt Road Blues, click here for more information from the Wichita Blues Society.

MORELAND & ARBUCKLE
Thursday, August 25 | 7–9 P.M.

McKnight Outdoor Plaza
In this rare acoustic duo performance, Aaron Moreland and Dustin Arbuckle return to their roots with inspired Delta and Mississippi hill country blues, folk, and traditional country washed in southern soul.

BOBBY WATSON
Thursday, September 15 | 7–9 P.M.

Duerkson Outdoor Amphitheatre
Jazz legend Bobby Watson takes to the stage with the WSU Jazz Band kicking off our fall celebration of the return of the Joan Miró mosaic Personnages Oiseaux to the Ulrich Museum and Wichita State University.  

 

 


2015 Summer Concert Series

THURSDAY, JULY 9
Nikki Moddelmog and Shane Marler with Dennis Hardin

THURSDAY, AUGUST 6
Doug MacLeod

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1
The Calamity Cubes!

 

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THURSDAY, JULY 9, 7–9 P.M.
Nikki Moddelmog and Shane Marler with Dennis Hardin

Nikki ModdelmogLocally grown singer and songwriter, Nikki Moddelmog, takes the stage with Shane Marler and Dennis Hardin performing soulful melodies and their unique blend of jazz infused folk songs.

 


THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 7–9 P.M.
Doug MacLeod

Doug MacLeod

MacLeod, winner of the Blues Music Awards Acoustic Artist of the Year and Acoustic Album of the Year, will ply his triple talents as a singer/ songwriter, storyteller, and blues guitar player.

 


TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 7–9 P.M.
The Calamity Cubes!

Calamity Cubes

With hard driving banjo, upright bass, and acoustic guitar, The Calamity Cubes! blend traditional country, folk and bluegrass with the fire of an 80s punk band.

The Calamity Cubes! concert will be located on Wilner Auditorium's south lawn.

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