Join us for exhibitions, performances, and many opportunities for deeper exploration and fun. We offer learning opportunities for all ages through workshops with visiting artists, activities in schools and local organizations, lectures and symposia, master classes, hands-on experiences, community celebrations, and more. The Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology also offers hands-on, minds-on learning events—with Maker fairs, guest talks, and research projects that turn the entire center into a hub for creativity!

Upcoming experiences

      • Talk: Feminism, Sufism, and Music

        date=Friday, November 3, 2017, 6:30 PM`desc=Before the performance, join Nadine Sinno and Anne Elise Thomas in this discussion on feminism, Sufism, and music and the enduring legacy of Rabia Al Basri, the central figure of Niyaz’s "Fourth Light Project."`tickets=

      • Virginia Tech Science Festival

        date=Saturday, November 4, 2017, 10 AM-4 PM`desc=The Virginia Tech Science Festival, co-presented by the Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology; other partners at Virginia Tech; and the Science Museum of Southwest Virginia, is an expo-style, family-friendly event. Science is bigger than you think!

      • Talk: Awadagin Pratt

        date=Thursday, November 30, 2017, 6 PM`desc=Before Awadagin Pratt performs in the Anne and Ellen Fife Theatre, engage with him during this informal talk.`tickets=

      • School-Day Performance: Dorrance Dance

        date=Friday, February 23, 2018, 10 AM`desc=Since the Moss Arts Center’s opening in 2013, nearly 15,000 students, teachers, and families have participated in the center’s free pre-kindergarten to twelfth grade arts activities.

General Information

Learning Guide

Moss Arts Center Student Ambassadors