All Ulrich events are free, open to the public, and located at the museum, unless noted otherwise.
Wednesday, June 15
10 A.M. Refreshments | 10:30 A.M. Program Matfield Green – Designing a Sculpture Path
The students of WSU Associate Professor of Painting and Drawing, Robert Bubp, in collaboration with architect and sculptor Bill McBride and gallerist Ton Haak, will share with you the plan and processes they have developed for a sculpture path on a mile of prairie north of Matfield Green.
Tuesday, July 5
Reception 6:30 P.M. | Program 7 P.M.
CREATIVERUSH: 1st TUE Talk A Kick In The Confidence Pants!
McKnight Room 210
Confidence is a quest to find and live our inner awesomeness. At July's 1st TUE Talk, CreativeRush and the Ulrich welcome a panel who seem to have mastered this quest, but have they? Featured panelists Aimee Geist, Nikki Modelmogg, and Kyle Vespestad share how they knock out the imposter syndrome with A Kick In The Confidence Pants! Moderated by Jill D. Miller.
Thursday, July 7 | 7–9 P.M. SPENCER BOHREN McKnight Outdoor Plaza
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. Free and open to the public. More information about Art For Your Ears. 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.
Thursday, August 25 | 7–9 P.M. MORELAND & ARBUCKLE
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. Free and open to the public. More information.
Thursday, September 15 | 7–9 P.M. ART FOR YOUR EARS: BOBBY WATSON
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. Free and open to the public. More information.
Sunday, October 30, 2016
The restoration of the last panels are now underway, and installation of the steel frame on the facade of the Ulrich has begun. And we have the date set for the celebration of the year!