The Moss Arts Center communications team is available to assist with media inquiries, including arranging facility tours, coordinating interviews, and providing high-resolution photography of our facility, as well as our performers and exhibitions.
Reporters are welcome to attend our events, but will need to request a ticket at least 48 hours in advance. Media tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please direct any media-related inquiries to:
Associate Director of Communication
Article ItemStoryteller Louis Lovett explores love, resilience, and courage in imaginative solo play , article
A magical adventure for audiences of all ages, the Moss Arts Center streams “The Girl Who Forgot to Sing Badly” on Saturday, March 6. The event includes a live post-performance discussion with star Lovett.
Article ItemUkulele virtuoso Jake Shimabukuro captivates with soulful performance , article
The musical master brings his out-of-the-box blend of stunning virtuosity and deep musicality to the Moss Arts Center’s “HomeStage” series on Thursday, March 4. The virtual event includes a post-performance question-and-answer session.
Article ItemThe Moss Arts Center adds six new events to its ‘HomeStage’ series , article
Featuring a performance by the Steep Canyon Rangers streamed live from the center’s stage, these events give audience members unparalleled access to artists and performers from the comfort of their homes.
Article ItemGrammy-nominated Danish String Quartet brings love and reverence to classical compositions , article
Catch the world premiere of a new performance by the standout ensemble on Sunday, Feb. 21. The virtual event includes a live post-performance question-and-answer session with quartet members.
Article ItemJoin a conversation with bestselling author Tara Westover , article
The Moss Arts Center presents a conversation with the author of the New York Times bestseller “Educated” in an exclusive event livestreamed from Westover’s home on Saturday, Feb. 6.
Article ItemPowerful exhibition reflects the Earth’s beauty and vulnerability , article
The Moss Arts Center’s newest exhibition, “Unbearable Beauty” features large-scale photographs, a film installation, and a sound installation, articulating in striking terms the damage humans inflict on the world.
Article ItemWilco guitarist Nels Cline joins the Aizuri Quartet for virtuosic world premiere , article
In an exclusive Moss Arts Center livestream, the musicians perform composer Douglas J. Cuomo’s work, “Seven Limbs,” and participate in a live post-performance conversation on Wednesday, Feb. 3.
Article ItemSankofa Danzafro’s powerful dance work explores urban struggle and resilience , article
Showcasing Afro-Colombian dance with live drumming and song, “The City of Others” portrays the reality of marginalized communities. The Moss Arts Center presents the world premiere stream of the work and a post-performance conversation with Sankofa Danzafro’s artistic director on Thursday, Jan. 28.
Article ItemThe Moss Arts Center announces an inspired new lineup of spring performances and engagement events , article
The center continues to reimagine its online programming, offering expansive performances by artists and ensembles, including New York Times bestselling author Tara Westover, the playful and poignant Theatre Lovett, and chamber music phenom Danish String Quartet.
Article ItemClass of 2020: Creative director for PRISM creates her own path , article
From the start, Charlotte Cannon had always known that she wanted to attend Virginia Tech. A passionate art student since childhood, Cannon was determined to pursue an education in both of her passions - graphic design and cello performance.
Article ItemThrough the looking glass , article
Virginia Tech alumna and visual artist Jackie Sanders charts her own course to artistic development and early career accomplishment.