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Hailie Gold ‘23, pictured, is directing yet another Wofford Theatre production, “Equus,” for the Spring 2023 semester.

“Equus” cast and staff announced, actors begin preparation

Brandi Wylie February 28, 2023

Wofford’s theater department announced their spring production as Peter Shaffer’s “Equus.” Hailie Gold ’23 is directing and spent the week of Feb. 6 selecting the cast and crew. “The...

Wofford holds ‘topping out’ ceremony: Celebrating new center for the arts

Wofford holds ‘topping out’ ceremony: Celebrating new center for the arts

Sheridan Kate Murray October 4, 2016
On Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2016, at 11 a.m., members of the Wofford community gathered on site to celebrate the Rosalind Sallenger Richardson Center for the Arts.
Julie Woodson (left) works with the art history department to set up exhibits and write releases, and Anna Katherine Wilson (right) previously worked with the Space for her Stop Time Designs where she refurbished vintage items. Photo courtesy of Chris McMillen

Artistic ambitions

Kelsey Aylor October 20, 2015

By: Kelsey Aylor, Staff Writer Despite the ongoing construction of the Rosalind Sallenger Richardson Center for the Arts, many students across campus still feel disconnected between those who are appreciative...

The value of the arts on communities is immense,” says former mayor Bill Barnett, one of the many guest speakers.

Community Engagement in the Arts seminar gives "liberal arts" additional meaning

Old Gold & Black Web Admin December 2, 2014

NEW CLASS INVOLVES STUDENTS IN COMMUNITY ARTS ORGANIZATIONS FOR A NEW PERSPECTIVE AND HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE WITH ARTS PROFESSIONALS— What do six seniors, a junior, six freshmen and community arts professionals...

Student Voice: The value of the arts at Wofford

Old Gold & Black Web Admin November 11, 2014

As an art history major and studio art minor, it is easy for me to understand why the Rosalind S. Richardson Center for the Arts is a necessity. Yet in recent days it has come to my attention that...

The Chapman Culture Gallery’s long and narrow hallway is not conducive to the symmetry in Neely’s exhibit. Each piece is in tension with the others.

Where Britney Spears meets Jesus Christ

Old Gold & Black Web Admin September 30, 2014

KRIS NEELY'S ICONIC ART EXHIBIT — Rosie the Riveter stares down the Guy Fawkes mask in the Chapman Gallery in the Campus Life building. Located at opposite ends of the hallway, the two pieces mark the...

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