"The TRASHION Project" introduces viewers to different forms of wearable art that use a variety of recycled materials and technology to create sustainable, eco-fashion items and garments.
Sept. 5 - 27, Lecture on Sept. 5 at 5 p.m.
Laura Mesaros Gallery
Jay Ryan has been making screenprints and concert posters in and around Chicago since 1995. This event is part of the WVU College of Creative Arts Curiosity Series.
Sept. 5 - 27, Lecture on Sept. 19 at 5 p.m.
Paul Mesaros Gallery
Tagliati’s projects are situated at the intersection of photography, video and site-specific installation.
WVU Curiosity Series lineup announced
In its second season, the Curiosity Series is a sampling of the hundreds of events
presented yearly in the College of Creative Arts. According to Dean Keith Jackson,
this year’s programming has something for everyone in the greater Morgantown community.
WVU becomes first university in U.S. to offer technical art history degree
Students interested in the science behind art and its conservation will now be able
to study at WVU in the Bachelor of Arts in Technical Art History program, the first
degree of its kind in the nation.
Mr. Davis was almost forty when he took his first pottery class in 1974. He
had held many titles in his life up until that point, including banker, pastor,
actuary and political activist. But it was during that first pottery class
that Mr. Davis found what he considered his destiny.
The WVU College of Creative Arts welcomes you to attend Junior preview Day on November
17, 2019. Experience a walkthrough of WVU's audition and portfolio review day process,
receive feedback from faculty and learn tips for scholarship consideration that
will help you prepare for your official audition or review during your senior year.