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Monongalia Arts Center is committed to providing a home for the visual, performing, and literary arts through programming and educational outreach.

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Jim Savarino
Jim Savarino
Acclaimed West Virginia folk musician Jim Savarino will be performing his last performance in West Virginia before he relocates to the West Coast. Savarino, who has been sharing his Appalachian-roots, Americana-tinged sound with the region and the entire US for decades, will perform in MAC’s Tanner Theatre on December 10 at 8 pm.
We Are All Connected
We Are All Connected
Monongalia Arts Center is unveiling a new humanitarian exhibition in the Benedum Gallery on Friday, February 10. A group of local Morgantown students are bringing awareness to the global issue of landmines and cluster munitions using their artwork. The public opening reception for this exhibition will be held at MAC on Friday, February 10 from 5:30 – 7:30 pm. All community members, students and faculty are invited to attend. During the opening reception, PSALM students will act as gallery guides.
Allegheny Chamber Players
Allegheny Chamber Players
Monongalia Arts Center (MAC) is pleased to welcome the return of the Allegheny Chamber Players (ACP) to the Tanner Theatre on February 19 at 4 pm. The program is entitled 4×3+2+1.  Four compositions for three musicians each are joined by a duet and a performance of music for solo piano.  The four trios consist of works by composers Johannes Brahms, Madeline Dring, Andre Jolivet, and Peter Schickele.
Not On Our Watch
Not On Our Watch
The exhibit, Not On Our Watch, is an examination of the role that healthcare workers serve in the identification, healing and prevention of human trafficking. As healthcare workers attend to survivors and those still caught in the web of what is known as "Modern Day Slavery", they are confronted with the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual trauma resulting from human trafficking.

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