Allegheny Treenware, LLC offers a variety of wooden products handmade from West Virginia hardwoods in our shop. Our treenware products can be also purchased at the Greenbrier Resort in White Sulphur Springs & also the Tamarack. Visitors are welcome to our farm to tour our work shop were we create over 170 different hardwood kitchen […]
“Amazing Women of History” is not only entertaining, it’s educational. Singer, actor, playwright, and historical portrayer JoAnn Peterson, combines her love of history with acting and teaching experience to bring a truly captivating performance. Her first person portrayals are well researched. Peterson is a presenter with the West Virginia Humanities Council History Alive! program, has […]
The Art Museum provides a welcoming and stimulating educational environment for diverse audiences to experience the transformative power of visual art. By exploring the varied artistic traditions of different cultures, past and present, visitors gain a better understanding of themselves, their communities, and their world. Programs that support this mission include exhibitions organized from the […]
Located on the Caperton Trail just off of University Ave. next to the Westover Bridge. Outdoor amphitheatre overlooks the Mon River. During the summer months, the public is invited to grab some lawn chairs, popcorn and the kids for “Movies on the Mon,” free family-friendly films are projected on a large outdoor screen beginning at […]
We are your Preston Co, WV paint your own Ceramic Studio offering hand poured, painted and fired memory creations. All product is locally handmade in West Virginia. We hand pour (from liquid clay), fire (in a kiln at 2300 degrees), and paint (glazes or acrylics). With a variety of over 5000 pieces from small attachments […]
Two are galleries are located within the Monongalia Art Center (MAC): The Benedum Gallery hosts a new exhibit every month, including international artists; the Robert M. Davis Gallery for Emerging Artists allows for complex and in-depth exhibitions.
A non-profit Art Association with a gallery displaying local original paintings by regional artists. They also have crafts for sale. Classes for children and adults available. Show changes monthly. Wed-Sat 11am-5pm or by appointment. Located in the Mountaineer Mall Shopping Center.
MTC provides school age children with a unique opportunity to immerse themselves in a variety of theatre arts activities. Each semester, every MTC student “gets a part” with direct on-stage experience. Besides acting, singing and dancing, MTC students develop behind the scenes skills in set and prop design, lighting, sound effects, makeup, stage management and even […]
Offers visitors an art gallery and retail store; hosts various events, classes and activities to present the arts. Hall rental space is available with use of a commercial kitchen.
Mon-Thu 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. Fri-Sat 11 a.m. – midnight
A craft-based, fun center for everyone! Paint your own pottery, fuse glass, create a unique piece from colorful mosaic tiles, or take an art class. Party packages are available. Walk in any time: Winter Hours: (Sept. 1-June 13): Tue-Wed 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Thu-Sat 10 a.m.-8 p.m., Sun Noon-5 p.m., Closed Mon. Summer Hours: (June 14-August 31) […]
For over 20 years, West Virginia Public Theatre has delivered professional Broadway performances to North Central West Virginia. From June through August, WVPT’s Summer season produces shows ranging from the classics to hit Broadway musicals. The West Virginia Public Theatre’s new home is the historic Met Theatre in downtown Morgantown.
Over 500 performances yearly, monthly art exhibitions.
Pottery classes and studio. A fully functional ceramic studio (complete with electric throwing wheels, gallery, two kilns).
Our mission is to educate, inform, and enlighten the Greater Morgantown area about the wonderful world of clay and pottery. Our goal is to provide a safe place where you can check out from the real world for just a bit, enrich your life and allow you to create something beautiful! No experience is necessary […]