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Be here as we celebrate three decades of groundbreaking exhibitions, performing arts, screenings, and talks with a full slate of illuminating programs for you to enjoy.
The film critic and historian returns to the Wex for a lecture and film series inspired by his new book, the completion of a trilogy examining how film reflects life.
Gutierrez plays on the title of a seminal—and personally influential—anthology of third wave feminist essays for a provocative work that explores and exploits clichés of queerness and cultural identity.
The Wex’s unique interdisciplinary learning program returns to connect high school students directly with artists working in a variety of media, including 2019–20 Wex Artist Residency Award recipient Sharon Udoh.
The return of the Wex’s collaborative program with Replenish: The Spa Co-op invites you to partake in a relaxing and therapeutic union of art and meditation in the center’s galleries.
The globally recognized Australian theater group confronts the changing nature of intelligence in contemporary society through a brutally honest public meeting led by five activists with intellectual disabilities.
Benning returns to the site of their first major museum show with an installation that blurs the line between sculpture and painting as it raises questions of narrative and memory.
The artist’s new body of work captures workers at the General Motors plant in Lordstown, Ohio, as their lives were put on hold by the corporation’s contentious decision to “unallocate” the facility.
A Film/Video Studio residency supports the centerpiece of Kahn’s upcoming solo exhibition: an allegorical short film following teens who flee the bleak world they’re set to inherit and seek a new way forward.
Celebrate the fine art of resurrecting cinematic treasures with the sixth annual fest of classic film screenings and behind-the-scenes stories from the leading voices in film restoration and preservation.
Local treasure Sharon Udoh pays tribute to the Queen of Soul as part of Wex residency work that will also include a record release show for her beloved band, Counterfeit Madison.
Follow the algorithmic theater artist on an unpredictable musical journey through space and time, anchored by the songs “Yesterday” by The Beatles and “Tomorrow,” from the musical Annie.
The true story of a same-sex penguin couple becoming parents in the Central Park Zoo forms the basis of this charming ballet from Northern Ireland’s leading theater company for children.
Through music, images, poetry, and theatrical effects, Bryce Dessner’s performance work goes inside the viewfinder of one of the 20th century’s greatest and most controversial photographers, Robert Mapplethorpe.
The final installment in a movement trilogy supported by the Wex reflects on our responses to death—and the moments we choose to come together in life.
With support from the Ratner Distinguished Teaching Award, Professor Karen Eliot and Wex staff will guide a cohort of university students on a year-long writing initiative in response to the Performing Arts season.