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WSU Ulrich Museum of Art
TODAY'S ART MATTERS. As the region's source for modern and contemporary art, the Ulrich Museum of Art at Wichita State University connects viewers with artists and artworks that reflect our world today. Visitors can explore and enjoy 20th and 21st-century art that considers established traditions and develops fresh creative paradigms. The Ulrich is home to the renowned 76-piece Martin H. Bush Outdoor Sculpture Collection and a permanent collection of more than 6,300 works. The galleries are open Tuesday through Friday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., and weekends 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.The Outdoor Sculpture Collection is always open. Admission, parking, and group tours are free.
Currently on view:
Evan Roth//Intellectual Property Donor. See where viral media meets art, and graffiti connects with technology.
In Living Color: Art on Paper from the Permanent Collection. The artists featured in In Living Color explore the diversity of forms and moods that can be expressed through abstraction. Ulrich Underground: Shock Print. A juried exhibition presenting prints made by established and emerging artists in the United States.
We support KPTS Channel 8 because public broadcasting is vital to an informed public and an informed public is vital for a civilized society.
Since 1994, the counseling office of Dr. Cathryn Hay has provided Kansas and surrounding states with a treatment of Irlen Syndrome, a visual perceptual processing problem that can affect achievement, learning, and performance for people across the age span. Irlen Syndrome is not detected by standard educational, visual, or medical tests, but it can affect academic and work performance, behavior, and attention span.
Individuals with Irlen Syndrome, formerly known as Scotopic Sensitivity Syndrome, uses evidence-based technology to improve the brain's ability to read more fluently, to aid reading comprehension, and to fight fatigue, while mitigating the effects of fluorescent light, relieving headaches and migraines, and ameliorating some other stress-related conditions. The individually determined tinted overlay (s), spectral filters in eyeglass lenses or contacts can improve mood, comfort, concentration, and driving with confidence in addition to reading and computer skills.
The Irlen Clinic of Wichita, Counseling Resources, and Dr. Hay proudly support educational programming on KPTS Channel 8 and believes in the mission of public television in south central Kansas to provide the highest level of information and entertainment.