Arts Centers and Organizations
The art of our time, globally: from artists emerging nationally or internationally to influential internationally recognized artists.
Founded in 1988 by Professor John Wheatcroft and philanthropist Jack Stadler, the Stadler Center for Poetry is a professional literary center offering a wide range of programs and residencies for emerging and established poets and writers.
Founded in 1968, this editorially independent organization, run by its directors and editorial board, publishes on average 38 books per annum.
Professional and campus music, dance, and theatre events, as well as lectures, convocations, and other functions are held in the 1,200 seat Weis Center, an architecturally striking and acoustically exceptional performance hall.
West Branch literary journal is published twice a year. West Branch Wired, launched in September 2010, is an quarterly online journal that complements the print magazine.
The Bucknell Association for the Arts enhances the educational experience of Bucknell students by supplementing the university's ongoing support of essential artistic opportunities.