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WVU Morgantown’s new, phased return to campus delays the start of classes to August 26. Visit the Return to Campus website for the latest.

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The WVU College of Creative Arts is working to transform the arts experience for Fall 2020. We are working with national arts organizations, following new studies about COVID-19 in educational settings and collaborating with industry experts about how to best move forward for courses that typically require close hands-on instruction.

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The College of Creative Arts has a variety of nationally accredited degree programs
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2020 MFA and BFA Exhibitions on display virtually 

The School of Art & Design has gotten creative in ways to bring art out of the Mesaros Galleries and into the homes of viewers during this time. The 2020 MFA and BFA Exhibitions are now on display virtually. 

Virtual MFA Exhibitions

Virtual BFA Exhibition

Creative Arts Center renamed in honor of Canady leadership gift

When students return to campus, the beloved home of the College of Creative Arts will have a new name in honor of a leadership gift from the Valerie Canady Charitable Foundation. Beginning today, the former Creative Arts Center will be known as the Loulie, Valerie and William Canady Creative Arts Center.

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WVU arts community supports WVU Medicine

With facilities closed and performances halted, the arts community at West Virginia University has turned its attention to helping supply WVU Medicine with the products it needs while fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.

Read more about how the arts are helping


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