Please browse our collection of images and video to get a taste of international arts, culture and events on campus.
B. Balasubrahmaniyan, adjunct associate professor of music, performed "Vocal Music of South India" at the 2013 Navaratri Festival.
Henna is applied to a student's hand during the 2013 Navaratri Festival.
Every year, the Romance Languages & Literatures Department hosts a Pan-Romance Carnival Celebration.
Students in a West African Dance class rehearse before a performance at the Center for the Arts.
Students in an introductory Javanese Dance class practice for their recital, which is accompanied by live gamelan music.
A Voices of Afghanistan performance at the Center for the Arts in 2012 featured the Voice of Kabul and Rubab Virtuoso Ustad Farida Mahwash, Homayoun Sakhi and The Sakhi Ensemble.
The Wesleyan Javanese Gamelan Ensemble performs Wayang Kulit, a shadow puppet play accompanied by the gamelan, an orchestra of Javanese instruments.
Ukrainian pianist Vadym Kholodenko, Gold Medalist of the 2013 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, will perform at the Center for the Arts in February 2014.
The Australian dance company Chunky Move performed at the Center for the Arts in March 2012.
Viver Brasil performed at the Center for the Arts in March 2011.
Students showcase their talents at Mabuhay, an annual Asian and Asian-American show.
Shakti, the South Asian Student Associate, hosts Holi (Festival of Colors) annually on Foss Hill.
South African trumpeter, composer, producer, and activist Hugh Masekela performed in April 2013 at the Center for the Arts.
Students practice Taiko, a Japanese style of drumming. In recent years, the Taiko Drumming Ensemble has performed at Wesleyan's Commencement ceremony.
Paris-based Vincent Mantsoe performed with his dance company in February 2011 at the Center for the Arts.
Shakti, the South Asian Student Associate, hosts a Henna and Chaat (savory snacks) event at Olin Library as part of Wesleyan’s annual Navaratri Festival.
Israeli-born Zvi Gotheiner brought his dance company, ZviDAnce, to the Center for the Arts in September 2012.
Rama Vaidyanathan, considered one of the finest interpreters of the South Indian dance form bharata natyam, performed in Wesleyan’s 2012 Navaratri Festival.
Argentine composer and pianist Fernando Otero performed with his quartet at the Center for the Arts in April 2012.
Shashank Subramanyam, considered one of the best bamboo flute artists in Indian classical music, will perform in October 2013 as part of Wesleyan’s annual Navaratri Festival.
Aparna Ramaswamy will perform Sannidhi (Sacred Space), an evening of solo choreography accompanied by live music, in October 2013 as part of Wesleyan’s annual Navaratri Festival.
The ten-piece folk band AnDa Union from Inner Mongolia, China, performed rarely heard hoomai (guttural throat songs) and urtinduu (songs with clear long notes) in September 2011.
A performance of Water is Rising, music and dance from the Pacific Atolls of Kiribati, Tokelau, and Tuvalu, at the Center for the Arts in November 2011.
A performance of Kuromori Kagura, traditional Japanese folk music and dance in November 2012.
Benin-born jazz guitarist and vocalist Lionel Loueke performed with his trio at the Center for the Arts in February 2012.
Mali-born guitarist Vieux Farka Touré will perform at the Center for the Arts in October 2013.
A native of Havana, Cuba, Ignacio Berroa will perform with his trio at the Center for the Arts in February 2014.