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Join the Fairfax Symphony Orchestra for a November Night of Romance and Storytelling.
The special presentation of pieces by Sergei Rachmaninov and Edvard Grieg takes place at 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16 at George Mason University Center for the Arts.
A new collaboration is coming from the arts and sciences at George Mason University.
EcoScience+Art is working to bring together individuals working across the boundaries of ecosystem science, art, and design fields to share knowledge, expertise, and wisdom for creatively engaging in the common pursuit of a sustainable future.
The Fairfax Symphony Orchestra continues its 57th season later this month with a special performance.
On Oct. 26, FSO will host the world premiere of Virtue, by world-renowned and award-winning composer, Christopher Theofanidis.
You've been cordially invited to the Eighth Annual ARTS by George! event.
The George Mason University College of Visual and Performing Arts is hosting the ever popular event on Sept. 28.
Directed by Rick Davis, this co-production of “The Life of Galileo” comes to the 500-seat Harris Theater on George Mason University’s Fairfax Campus from March 22 to April 7, 2012. After 22 years, the Theater of the First Amendment will cease operations.
It can be difficult for arts organizations to come up with the budget and the time to prepare each board member for the tasks that lie ahead.
The Arts Management Program at George Mason University can help with that process through the Board Member Institute. The GMU Arts Management Program has two different informational offerings: (1) our semiannual New Board Member Orientation—a half-day training session designed for new board members in arts organizations offered once in the Fall and again in the Spring and (2) Financial Responsibilities session offered in the Spring.