We're offering a new way for visitors to explore the art, music and theatre spaces in the Canady Creative Arts Center and our other spaces on campus. Move through the Clay Concert Theatre, rehearsal rooms, ceramics studio and more from your computer, phone, or with your VR headset.
While we hope to be able to invite you to visit the campus in person soon, this introduction to our creative spaces will give you an idea of the possible learning opportunities that happen within them. More spaces within the Canady Creative Arts Center will be added throughout the semester, so be sure to check back often.
The Falbo Theatre hosts opera performances, dance concerts and theatre classes. A movable seating bank for 200 allows the space to be customized for each audience.
Bloch Hall serves as a recital hall, classroom, and lecture hall for visiting artists.View Bloch Hall
In this front portion of our sprawling ceramics studio, students learn hand-working
and throwing techniques.
The WVU Dance Studio, located on the top floor of historic Elizabeth Moore Hall
on the downtown campus, boasts a 40' x 30' Marley floor and arched windows for
plenty of natural light.
Just inside the main entrance to the CCAC, the Blaney Lobby wraps around the Clay
Concert Theatre and offers access to the Dean’s Office, Student Recruitment Office,
School of Theatre & Dance Office and the Mesaros Galleries. This
space also serves as a sales floor for the ceramics department's biannual
All BFA Art & Design students begin their WVU journey here. Open space and abundant
natural light aid creation in 2D and 3D Foundations courses.
The Davis Theatre creates an immersive experience for actors and audiences in 3 to
4 School of Theatre & Dance productions each year.
Wind Symphony, Symphonic Band, Orchestra World Music and Big Band Jazz utilize this
room for concert rehearsals.
The Clay Concert Theatre is used by the College of Creative Arts as well as
WVU's Arts and Entertainment series. As the largest venue in the CCAC,
it hosts music concerts, musical theatre performances, dance performances,
and of course, graduations.
Students can reserve a time or drop into our four practice suites offering multiple
rooms, two for general instrumental/vocal and one each for piano and percussion
with instruments and equipment installed.
Sets that create atmosphere in School of Theatre & Dance productions are
designed and built on-site by our theatre students and faculty.