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     A beautiful, sunny day in front of the Moss Arts Center.
    2020-2021 Season FAQs , home

    desc=Find your answers to frequently asked questions regarding the 2020-2021 season.

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     Comedian Paula Poundstone wears a white button up shirt, black and white polka dot suspenders, blue and black vertically striped pants, and a multicolored bowtie. Paula is a white woman with chin-length straight dark brown hair and blue eyes, and she has a strong red lip. She appears to be hanging from a frame above her.
    Paula 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.

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    "Pelléas et Mélisande"
    "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.

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     A screenshot from the Virtual Sculpture Garden, showing a large white arc sculpture on a vista behind 3D dogwood trees
    ICAT: 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".

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     A photograph of a sunflower in the foregound with the sunlight making the petals glow, and the Blue Ridge mountains in the background
    Student 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.

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     Chakaia Booker's sculptures in the Moss Arts Center gallery
    Moss 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.

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     Miscellaneous handmade baskets hang on a pale beige wall. The piece is "ephemera," 2015-2021, by Ann Coddington.
    Roots, 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.

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    Daniel Canogar's "Surge" at the Moss Arts Center
    Daniel 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.