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WVU College of Creative Arts unveils new arts series

From mainstage plays to large music ensemble concerts and art exhibitions to visiting artist lectures and student recitals, the West Virginia University College of Creative Arts’ 800-plus students and 100 faculty members present hundreds of events throughout the year. From September through April, the College will host The Curiosity Series, 25 events that are a chance for fans of one genre of music to listen to another or to attend a lecture on an arts topic that holds interest for them.

WVU to host National Portfolio Day

High school students interested in a career in the art industry can gain feedback and insight from universities and colleges from around the region when West Virginia University plays host to National Portfolio Day on Oct. 28.

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

For ticketed events, call  304-293-SHOW or visit  ticketmaster.com to purchase your seats. School of Music events are free to all students with a valid ID. 

Curiosity Series  Discovery Series  Emerging Artist Series
Full College of Creative Arts Calendar

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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