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Shepard Fairey Exhibition opening

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Thanks to support from alumni and friends like you, students of the WVU College of Creative Arts are getting opportunities that will change their lives forever.

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Margaret “Peggy” Bair Endowed Music Scholarship

Margaret “Peggy” Bair’s life legacy is certainly about mentorship. As principal flutist and woodwind section leader in the United States Navy Band, she nurtured every wind player who joined the band, from their audition to the day she retired. Outside the band, Bair taught flute lessons and workshops to young adults hoping to become professional musicians. Now, Bair’s guiding nature will live on in the Margaret “Peggy” Bair Endowed Music Scholarship at West Virginia University. 

Art Museum of WVU Selected to Participate in National Museum Assessment Program

The museum’s participation is made possible through funding provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services. MAP helps museums strengthen operations, plan for the future and meet standards through self-study and a consultative site visit from an expert peer reviewer.

WVU associate director of bands announced

An active music arranger with nearly 300 titles and arrangements for marching bands across the country will assume the role as associate director of bands at West Virginia University, the College of Creative Arts announced today (March 14).

Calendar of Events

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School of Music events are free to all students with a valid ID. 
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Spotlight

Gloria and Leon Plevin

Gift adds dimension to campus

A strong connection to West Virginia University and the arts made supporting the construction of the Art Museum of WVU an easy decision for the Plevin family.

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Mavis Grant and George Lilley

Funding formative experiences

Most weekday mornings, you can find children at the Art Museum of West Virginia University. They are from elementary, middle and high schools near and far. For many, these trips to the museum are their first time experiencing professional art. The couple in 2015 established the Grant and Lilley Educational Fund to support the educational outreach mission of the museum.

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