The arts are thriving at Virginia Wesleyan University. From ever-changing exhibits in the Neil Britton Art Gallery to exhilarating mainstage theatre productions and vocal and instrumental concerts in the brand new Goode Fine and Performing Arts Center, the Arts at VWU stimulate the senses and broaden the liberal arts experience.
Engaging both the Coastal Virginia and University communities in the visual arts, the 1,200 square-foot Neil Britton Art Gallery comes alive with the work of both professional artists and Virginia Wesleyan students.
Named for nationally renowned painter and founder of the VWU Art Department, this gallery features Barclay Sheaks' acrylic paintings of waterfront scenes, wetlands, farmlands and people of the Chesapeake Bay.
The Susan S. Goode Fine and Performing Arts Center hosts a variety of musical ensembles, including choral, jazz, and orchestra, explore music from all styles and genres.
From student-directed one-act plays to Shakespeare, the presentation of live theatre productions is an essential component of the theatre major at Virginia Wesleyan.
The Susan S. Goode Fine and Performing Arts Center showcases the prominence of Virginia Wesleyan’s arts program to the community with an impressive annual schedule of plays, concerts, exhibits, and special presentations.
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