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About WSU Cultural Affairs

The Office of Cultural Affairs strives to establish and maintain the role of Weber State University as the center of cultural life and performing arts education on the Northern Wasatch Front.


Each season we feature public performances and educational residencies of artistic excellence in a diverse range of disciplines.

Our Program Director is Diane Stern.

Weber State University Cultural Affairs Department
1909 University Circle
Ogden,UT  84408-1909


Performance Blog


22 Oct, 10

Flamenco Vivo

22 Oct, 10

Lunasa wows Ogden

Lunasa, a talented quartet from Ireland performing at Weber State Universtiy.

11 Oct, 10

Berlin's Harmonious Hums

The Berlin Wind Quintet’s harmonious hums graced WSU’s Allred Theater on Oct 9th. 

11 Oct, 10

Chanticleer Delivers at Weber's Austad Auditorium

Chanticleer delivered a captivating performance at Weber's Austad Auditorium on Saturday night to an excited and appreciative crowd.  Chanticleer performed a diverse reprertoir of compositions that left their fans amazed, laughing, and wanting more. The evening's program title "in time of..." is taken from an e. e. cummings poem of the same name. It was arranged for choral ensemble by Steven Sametz and closed the first half the performance.

9 Nov, 09


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Dear Friends,

Change is in the air. In the world of music and theater there are remarkable combinations of performers and projects that are fleeting and innovative. The blending of traditional genres and the evolution of new ones makes the musical and theatrical landscape very interesting right now. In this new season it seemed like a good idea to showcase some of the amazing projects that are currently touring. I am very excited about The Adventures of Alvin Sputnik, Deep Sea Explorer. It might be hard to imagine a one man tour de force puppet show for mature audiences (not "Adult" just not tots), but I assure you, this is worth seeing. Totally charming, but dealing with true love, the end of world and climate change – not actually in that order. And, as "Weber Reads" Homer's Odyssey, we will have the opportunity to witness a remarkable song cycle by Sarah Kirkland Snider inspired by that work. Called "Penelope" and sung by My Brightest Diamond's Shara Worden, it reflects on the people who wait at home and the challenges of re entry for those who return from war.

There are more, just as wonderful, options on the season. Please take a chance on something new and stretch out just a little more.


WSU Cultural Affairs News

New Ticket Sales Information - No FEES Online and New Locatons

Beginning on Monday, August 20th, you will be able to purchase tickets for all Weber State events at the Browning Center.