Performances and exhibits
School of Art
The School of Art sponsors a variety of cultural programming outside of the classroom that works to enhance the student's educational experiences while being a valuable cultural resource to the campus community and community at large. The School of Art currently programs exhibitions in four galleries on campus. The Fine Arts Gallery, Gallery 123, The Mason Hall Atrium and The Alcove Gallery feature exhibitions by both students and internationally celebrated artists.
The School of Art lecture series, Visual Voices, runs through the academic year with a full schedule of eight nationally recognized visiting artists and designers who will speak about their work and the world of art and design and interact with students in seminars and studio visits.
The School of Art also offers ArtsBus trips to New York city each term with the intention of exposing GMU students to the New York art scene.
The George Mason University Dance Company presents formal concerts and informal choreographic opportunities in MFA thesis concerts and outreach projects.Theater at Mason
The Mason Players present two main stage and three student-directed studio productions each year in Harris Theater and TheaterSpace, and offer special programs in the Concert Hall and other venues.School of Music
The School of Music offers numerous vocal and instrumental ensembles, including the Symhony Orchestra, the Chamber Orchestra Wind Ensemble, the Symphonic Band, the Jass Ensemble, the Jazz Chamnber Ensembles, the Percussions Ensemble, the Flute Choir, the Saxophone Quartet, the Brass Ensemble, the Tuba/Euphonium Ensemble, the University Singers, the symhonic Chorus, the Women's Chorale, Opera Scenes, soundCheque (vocal jazz), and the vocal Jazz Chamber Ensembles. See Performance Opportunitiesfor music.Center for the Arts
The Center for the Arts is the professional presentation and production arm of the College of Visual and Performing Arts at George Mason University. The Center presents jazz, modern dance, ballet, classical music, opera, and theater performances each year that seeks to balance between masterworks of the past and vital new works of leading emerging artists.
A complete listing of all arts events is available on the Center for the Arts Calendar of Events.