Arts@VirginiaTech

Virginia Tech students and employees have the opportunity to participate in a variety of arts activities across campus. Employees who don’t work on the Blacksburg, Va., campus are encouraged to visit often to take advantage of a wide range of performances, exhibitions, and engagement activities. The arts programming is one of the things that makes Blacksburg a great place to live and work.

Community

The Center for the Arts at Virginia Tech presents renowned artists from around the globe and from close to home, with a special focus on experiences that expand cultural awareness and deepen understanding. The Center for the Arts and the Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology, with which the Center for the Arts is uniquely partnered, are housed in the Moss Arts Center. Other arts presenters include the Virginia Tech Union and Perspective Gallery.

Viva Virginia Master Class string quartet (quintet).
Two dancers performing in the 2009 Contemporary Dance Ensemble Fall Performance.
Dancers performing during the 12th annual 'A Community of Hokies: The Celebration of Diversity' performance.
Jennifer Steinkamp's work, Madame Curie, a video installation in the Ruth C. Horton Gallery at the Moss Arts Center gallery opening reception.
A scene during The Three Feathers one-act children's opera.
Dress rehearsal for OPERACraft performance in The Cube at the Center for the Arts, with local teens programming a computer game performance and Virginia Tech music students singing.
Travis Whaley, Music and piano composition and German Literature major, in the Anne and Ellen Fife Theater in the Street and Davis Performance Hall in the Moss Art Center at the Center for the Arts at Virginia Tech.
Joan Grossman's video installation, 'This Edge I Have to Jump,' in The Cube, Oct. 2013.
An audience waiting for the start of the Phill Glass Ensemble at the Moss Center for the Arts.
'My Take' Gallery Talk with Nicholas Polys, Leo Villareal's Digital Sublime in the Miles C. Horton Jr Gallery, Moss Arts Center.
Phil Glass Ensemble rehearsal at the Moss Center for the Arts.
The Moss Arts Center is a 150,000 square-foot-facility that includes a 1,260-seat performance hall, visual arts galleries, amphitheater, four-story experimental Cube, and multiple studios.

Academic

The arts are integrated through various programs and centers at Virginia Tech. Students and faculty in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences and the College of Architecture and Urban Studies host multiple arts activities each year.

Performing groups

There are also multiple art galleries and museums across campus.