The Supple Folk Music series at Texas State University presents Nashville singer-songwriter Kate Campbell Feb. 5 as part of the Encore Performing Arts Series.
Famed French Impressionist Claude Monet created a striking scene of the Normandy coast in his 1883 painting, “Étretat: Sunset.” Now, a team of Texas State University researchers, led by astronomer and physics professor Donald Olson, has applied its distinctive brand of forensic astronomy to Monet’s masterpiece, uncovering previously unknown details about the painting’s origins.
Steve Klaine, a biology professor who specializes in environmental toxicology, will keynote the Ed Cape Seminar on Friday at Texas State University.
Guitarist and singer David Roth — whose melodic songs have been performed at Carnegie Hall and traveled aboard the Space Shuttle Atlantis — will play in San Marcos next week as part of the Supple Folk Music Series.
Texas State creative writing lecturer Jennifer duBois clearly has the wherewithal to be a serious writer, perhaps an important one. If her recently published second novel is as flawed as a handful of critics think, she would not be the first author to fall flat in her sophomore effort.
The University Galleries at Texas State University have released a new iPhone application for museums, called Musing, that promises to be a much more engaging experience for museum visitors.
Nationally acclaimed Scrap Arts Music will bring its kinetic, frenetic brand of musical fusion entertainment to Texas State University 7:30 p.m. Nov. 19 at as part of the Encore Performing Arts Series.
Walter Cronkite’s announcement of JFK’s assassination. The televised shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald. The Zapruder film. The Warren Commission. Stephen L. Davis and Bill Minutaglio say there was more to it.
Author Jennifer Egan will visit Texas State University for a book reading and signing at the Wittliff Collections at 3:30 p.m. Oct. 17 and at the Katherine Anne Porter Literary Center in Kyle at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 18.