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Media Room

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:

Susan Bland
Associate Director of Communication


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    Student research bridges gap between art and technology , article

    Jacqueline Bruen, a computer science doctoral candidate in the College of Engineering, collaborated with a professional dancer to turn movement into visual and auditory expression. This project is the beginning of what collaborators hope will be a tool to expand the depth of performance.

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    Leadership Excellence program inspires emerging leaders , article

    The program, which is currently accepting applications for the 2024-25 cohort, is part of the university’s efforts to foster continuous leadership development. It aims to cultivate and enhance the skills, attributes, and mindsets of individuals who aspire to be effective leaders, regardless of their current organizational position.

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    A detail of Michiko Itatani's "'Bluelift' painting from Cosmic Theater 23-B-5," 2023, an oil on canvas work of a liminal space that looks like an expansive lobby with sacred geometry and many lit chandeliers hanging from the ceiling.
    Artists’ bold color and dynamic composition capture moments in time , article

    The Moss Arts Center’s summer exhibitions feature the work of contemporary artists Erika Ranee and Michiko Itatani. The exhibitions open on Thursday, June 6, with a reception from 5-7 p.m.

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    Two dancers with Cloud Gate Dance Theatre of Taiwan perform on stage wearing neon costumes that glow under a black light. One stands over the other, who crouches with one arm in the air. Photo by LEE Chia-yeh
    Moss Arts Center announces 2024-25 season , article

    Subscriptions are now available for the center’s newest season, which features classical favorites, Broadway blockbusters, jazz and global sounds, innovative dance and theatre works, and fantastical family-friendly worlds of imagination.