Upcoming Events

There are always amazing projects and events taking place at Wake Forest, too many to name. Here are a few for your students to consider attending.


An Evening with Bill Karelis

Tuesday, February 4 at 7:00pm

Benson University Center, 401C 1834 Wake Forest Road Winston-Salem, NC 27106

An Evening with Bill KarelisBill Karelis teaches meditation and conducts intensive programs and retreats in the United States, Europe, the Middle East, and South Africa.  He is founder of the Shambhala Prison Community, which propagates education in criminal justice systems


Soul Pancake: An Evening with Rainn Wilson

Wednesday, February 5 at 7:00pm (free with WFU ID; $20 general public)

Wait Chapel 1834 Wake Forest Rd. Winston-Salem, NC 27109

Soul Pancake: An Evening with Rainn Wilson

This lecture will focus on the SoulPancake program. SoulPancake develops thought-provoking content and creative engagement opportunities that encourage people to explore what it means to be human. Founded in 2008 by actor Rainn Wilson, SoulPancake is fast-becoming a leading catalyst for interactions around Life’s Big Questions—topics such as art, philosophy, creativity, and spirituality.


Artists of the Holocaust – A Collection of Short Films

Wednesday, February 12 at 4pm
MainStage – Scales Fine Arts Center

In collaboration with Yad Vashem Museum in Israel, Wake Forest students produced short films on select artists of the Holocaust.  These films tell the stories of men and women who created art under the most extraordinary and horrific circumstances, including those who were partisans and fought against the Nazis and others who were prisoners in concentration and slave-labor camps.

The screening is sponsored by The Humanities Institute at Wake Forest, The Documentary Film Program and IPLACe.

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