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Events and Exhibitions

Experience the arts and media through the work of CCAM students, faculty and world-renowned guest artists and practitioners.

Event Series

From an accredited museum boasting a 4000+ object collection to a weekly news broadcast serving a top-25 market, the College of Creative Arts and Media has a lot to offer. Catch one of 300+ performances, lectures, exhibitions, broadcasts or special events that enrich our community each year.

Our Events

Featuring performances, concerts, recitals, lectures and more, the CCAM Box Office lists the ticketed events of our marquee Curiosity Series and the free, non-ticketed events of our broader Discovery Series.

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Art Museum of WVU

The Art Museum of West Virginia University provides a welcoming and stimulating educational and research environment for diverse audiences to experience the transforming power of art. Exploring contemporary artistic innovation as well as artistic traditions of different cultures helps us to understand ourselves, our communities and our world.

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Laura and Paul Mesaros Galleries

The Mesaros Galleries serve to educate students, faculty, and staff across the university as well as the larger Morgantown community, with special emphasis on art majors and students of art history. Exhibitions focus on innovative, experimental art that advances scholarship and discourse in the field.

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Integrate is a series of conferences and virtual presentations presented by some of the best pros in the marketing communications industry.

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Independent Student-Run Outlets

From impactful reporting to innovative gaming releases, see our students launch their professional careers through these fully functioning, independent organizations producing nationally recognized high-quality content.

The Daily Athenaeum

The DA is a student-run 24/7 digital-first media organization that includes print, online, video and podcasting. The DA is proud of its role as a watchdog for the WVU community and of the generations of students who have honed journalistic, business and leadership skills at the DA.

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Mon Hills Music Group

Mon Hills Records and Go 1st Records are independent record labels in conjunction with Mon Hills Music Group, a professional component of the School of Music's music industry program. The label is operated by students from across the university with guidance from music industry program director Darko Velichkovski and assistant director Joshua Swiger. Mon Hills Music Group strives to give students a wide variety of experiences in the music industry, from publishing to audio engineering.

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MonRiverGames is a game development community studio dedicated to providing enriching and professional experiences within game design and the arts for its members. Students build relationships with each other and the greater game dev community. The games they develop are generally "just for fun's sake," but some are more serious. MonRiverGames students have the opportunity to travel to cons and other game related events.

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U92: The Moose

U92 The Moose, WWVU-FM is the source of new music and broadcaster development at West Virginia University. U92 is known for launching many students into the broadcast industry and, at the same time, standing strong as the New Music Pioneer, playing new and experimental music.

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