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The Arts at WTAMU: A Subscription Series

Established in 2010, The Arts at WTAMU is a donor engagement program that serves to showcase the creativity and share the exciting advancements taking place in the Sybil B. Harrington College of Fine Arts and Humanities while providing support to College programs in a variety of ways. Each season, members are invited to attend six events that highlight a specific department or program. Every event is curated specifically for members of The Arts to offer a glimpse into the passions and disciplines of the five departments, accompanied by a signature cocktail buffet. A membership of $300 grants access for two to these events and does much to foster the talent and hard work of the students and faculty.
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Current Season
The 2021-2022 season of The Arts at WTAMU kicks off on Thursday, September 16, 2021, with a Student Showcase + Forum to update supporters on how COFAH innovated and thrived in the midst of adversity last year. In October, the History Department hosts a Freedom Lecture featuring historical documents from The Remnant Trust. December begins with Christmas at WTAMU, the annual holiday concert from the School of Music. The Department of Art, Theatre, and Dance has a full lineup for members in the spring semester. To join The Arts and receive your season brochure outlining each event, click on the link below.
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The Arts Subscription Series has hosted beloved events like Night Blow, Christmas at WTAMU, and the WT Theatre spring musical as well as one-and-only occasions like Live Cinema at the Paramount, Night on the Red Carpet, and The Remnant Trust.

Check out the FAH Calendar for upcoming events across the college.

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Contributions are made every year from The Arts at WTAMU to four endowed scholarships empowering students both today and in the future. Additionally, this program funds unique opportunities like underwriting the annual Christmas Concert for broadcast on PBS and establishing the Dorothy Patterson Poetry Series. Most recently, our donors made possible the continuation of programs across the college with the purchase of supplies and equipment to create virtual and socially distant performances.