The College of Visual and Performing Arts is home to the Center for Arts, the professional presentation and production arm of the College of Visual and Performing Arts at George Mason University. Together, the College’s academic programs and the Center for the Arts offer students an environment rich with opportunity, where they will
- Stretch, grow, learn, and experiment, guided by a faculty of dedicated, practicing artist-teachers.
- Perform, create, and exhibit your work in a wide variety of public venues (2,000-seat Concert Hall, 500-seat Harris Theater, 150-seat TheaterSpace, 100-seat Dance Performance Studio, 75-seat Black Box, Johnson Center Gallery, the Fine Arts Gallery, and the Mason Hall Alumni Atrium Gallery, and on the Pr. William Campus, the Hylton Performing Arts Center.).
- Enrich your education with regular contact with distinguished visiting artists in master classes and residencies.
- Enjoy free student tickets for Center for the Arts performances where artists from across the country and around the world regularly perform.