Home Item2020-2021 Season FAQs , home
desc=Find your answers to frequently asked questions regarding the 2020-2021 season.
Home ItemPaula Poundstone , home
date=Friday, June 11, 2021, 7:30 PM`desc=Paula Poundstone casually delivers smart humor with a razor-sharp, spontaneous wit that has become the stuff of legend.
Home Item"Pelléas et Mélisande" , home
date=Friday, June 25, and Saturday, June 26, 2021, 7 PM`desc=Using immersive recordings, projections, and unusual costumes and scenery, a creative team of Virginia Tech faculty, students, and guest artists have re-imagined Debussy’s masterwork, offering a 75-minute English-language version of the opera that pares the story down to its essentials.
Home ItemICAT: Open (at the) Source , home
date=Thursday, April 15-Saturday, May 15, 2021`desc=This exhibition gives users the opportunity to explore a few innovative ICAT projects that help connect people across distances, fitting this year's theme "Bridging Physical Distance".
Home ItemStudent Arts Spotlight , home
'desc=The Moss Arts Center invites Virginia Tech students to submit your original art works for a new showcase, the Student Arts Spotlight.
Home ItemMoss All Access , home
desc=Go behind the scenes and take a deeper dive into some of the works, programs, and departments at the Moss Arts Center.
Home ItemRoots, Reeds, and Vines: The Art of Basketry , home
date=Thursday, June 3-Saturday, August 28, 2021`desc=From the traditions of South Carolina seagrass and Appalachian basketry to innovative and intriguing contemporary forms, this exhibition presents the work of outstanding artists whose creativity and exceptional technical skill come together in objects of beauty and fascination.
Home ItemDaniel Canogar: Surge , home
date=Ongoing`desc=For this third major public art commission at the Moss Art Center, Daniel Canogar has created a site-specific sequence of dynamic, data-fed sculptural forms.
Home ItemPre-Concert Lecture: "Pelléas et Mélisande" , home
date=Friday, June 25, 2021, 6 PM`desc=Using examples from Claude Debussy's piano and vocal repertoire, Virginia Tech faculty member Richard Masters will discuss the influences of orientalism and exoticism on the music of Debussy.