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 ItemArts-related experiences change the way students see the world , article
The Moss Arts Center has connected thousands of Virginia Tech students with professional artists, giving them access to creative experiential learning opportunities both inside and outside the classroom.
Article ItemCelebrate the magic of the holiday season with an inspired take on a cherished classic , article
The Moss Arts Center presents two livestreamed performances of Manual Cinema’s “Christmas Carol,” an adaptation of Charles Dickens’ classic, on Friday, Dec. 11, at 8 p.m., and Sunday, Dec. 13, at 4 p.m.
Article ItemLearn how two Roanoke artists and educators approach creativity in this moment , article
Presented by the Moss Arts Center, join Brian Counihan and Olchar Lindsann as they discuss balancing personal and professional work, arts education, and creative challenges and opportunities on Friday, Dec. 4, at noon.
Article ItemFiber/jewelry artist Franchell Mack Brown discusses how current events impact her creative direction , article
Live from her home in Richmond, Brown shows and talks about her work, which includes extraordinary creations made from crocheted ribbons, industrial ropes, and semiprecious beads, in a free moderated discussion on Friday, Nov. 13, at noon.
Article ItemThe Moss Arts Center exterior is illuminated with visual stories of flight and refuge , article
A collection of outdoor projection projects created by teams of faculty and students, “Illuminating Flight and Refuge” can be viewed Nov. 5-Nov. 8 and Nov. 12-Nov. 15, from 7-10 p.m.
Article ItemThe show must go on: The Center for Communicating Science announces virtual format for annual Nutshell Games , article
Instead of presenting in front of a Moss Arts Center audience, this year’s Nutshell Games competition will be moving to a first-ever virtual format. You can watch 29 graduate student researchers present their research on Saturday, Nov. 7. Did we mention that they have only 90 seconds to present?
Article ItemCouncil on Virginia Tech History identifies semifinalists for public art call , article
Seven semifinalists were announced by a selection committee of university subject-matter experts for development of a public art installation located at Solitude and the Fraction Family House.
Article ItemDive deep into the dark web of extremism with multimedia theatre performance , article
The Moss Arts Center presents Javaad Alipoor’s newest work, “The Believers Are But Brothers,” exclusively livestreamed from a theatre in the United Kingdom, on Friday, Nov. 6.
Article ItemEphrat Asherie breaks down her latest work and leads a high-energy street dance improvisation during free event , article
Presented by the Moss Arts Center, the dancer and choreographer discusses her creative process and showcases the collaborative work of Ephrat Asherie Dance on Thursday, Oct. 29, at 7:30 p.m.
Article ItemMake rich Appalachian music connections with iconic musician Mark O’Connor and championship-fiddler wife Maggie , article
The Moss Arts Center partners with the Crooked Road to present the Americana musical duo for a performance and moderated conversation, including a peek at Mark’s rare instruments, on Friday, October 23, at 7:30 p.m.
Article ItemArtistic inspiration , article
Howard Huang discovered the life-changing power of the arts as a student at Virginia Tech. Now he wants to give others meaningful cultural experiences.
Article ItemMoss Arts Center celebrates the creativity and diversity of perspective of Virginia Tech students , article
Currently on display in the center’s galleries, the Student Arts Spotlight presents more than 60 works of art created by over 50 students from various academic disciplines. Also on view, “Four Freedoms” by Hank Willis Thomas and Emily Shur for For Freedom.