BOWLING GREEN STATE UNIVERSITY

August 11, 2008
Spacer

  Monitor Logo
A weekly publication for the BGSU community

The spacious lobby of the Wolfe Center for the Arts

The spacious lobby of the Wolfe Center for the Arts

Wolfe Center to be space where arts can meet, flourish

The arts have the power to take the breath away—to stop people in their tracks and cause them to rethink their assumptions.

The new Wolfe Center for the Arts will provide a space on campus where the arts can flourish and robust collaborations between them can take root. Like Hemingway’s “clean, well-lighted space,” the building itself will offer an environment conducive to creativity and synergistic partnerships.

In addition to being a place for students and faculty to learn and work on theatrical, dance, musical, film and digital arts productions, the center will offer the community an exceptional venue in which to see a wide range of performances.

Designed by the international architectural firm Snøhetta, based in Oslo, Norway, the Wolfe Center will feature an abundance of natural light and open, welcoming public areas and functional work areas. A number of green initiatives have been included in the building design to reduce energy costs.
[READ MORE]

Spacer

Spacer Spacer
More News

BGSU graduate heads to Mexico as Fulbright Scholar
Brandon Brewer, who graduated from BGSU Aug. 9 with a master’s degree in Spanish, will be pursuing his love of the language and culture full time as a Fulbright Student Scholar in Acapulco.
[READ MORE]

BGSU scores at leading digital arts conference
Once again, Bowling Green is making its mark in the international SIGGRAPH exhibition, taking place in Los Angeles this week (Aug. 11-15).
[READ MORE]

Kielmeyer named communications director
David Kielmeyer has joined the Marketing and Communications staff as senior communications director.
[READ MORE]