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How to Fest

The WIFI Film Festival is FREE to the public. No tickets are required to attend the film screenings or any of the educational events.  

For a complete schedule of events, please visit the Film Fest page. Note: The festival takes place at multiple venues. 

For a complete list of educational events, please visit the Education page.


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Rita Blitt Gallery

Washburn University
1700 S.W. Jewell Avenue
Topeka, KS 66621 

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Jayhawk Theatre

720 SW Jackson Street 
Topeka, Kansas 66603

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Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library

1515 S.W. 10th Ave
Topeka, KS 66604

When entering campus from 17th Street on to Southwest Jewell Avenue:
On your immediate left will be the Rita Blitt Gallery (there is a sign). Connected to the Rita Blitt Gallery is White Concert Hall. Although there are stairs leading up to it, there is an accessible entrance.


There are two parking lot options:

  • At 17th and Southwest Jewell, there is parking (lot 10) to the south of the Bradbury Thompson Alumni Center, which extends to the west across Southwest Plass (lot 11) toward MacVicar Avenue (north of the Washburn University School of Law).

  • There is additional parking off MacVicar Avenue south of the Law School (lot 9) which is most easily accessed from MacVicar and 19th Street.

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There is a bike rack underneath the walkway that connects the Memorial Union and the Living Learning Center (they both have signs). After you have turned on to Southwest Jewell Avenue from 17th Street, go to the end of the roundabout. The bike rack is to the left of the roundabout underneath the walkway.

To get to campus using the Topeka Metro, go to for more information. Please keep in mind that the buses are occasionally behind schedule.