Acclaimed West Virginia folk musician Jim Savarino will be performing his last performance in West Virginia before he relocates to the West Coast. Savarino, who has been sharing his Appalachian-roots, Americana-tinged sound with the region and the entire US for decades, will perform in MAC’s Tanner Theatre on December 10 at 8 pm.
Spread some holiday cheer with Matt Marino and friends! Matt Marino will perform holiday classics in the Tanner Theatre like “Joy To the World” and “Santa Baby” on December 11 at 7 pm. Nick Larson will play guitar and Matt will be featured on vocals. There will be an appearance by Santa Claus, and MAC welcomes you to bring your entire family!
Photo Credits go to Jackie Marino and Running Bear Photography!
This exhibition explores the themes of human interconnectivity through man’s best friend, the canine. The exhibition will also function as Jared Peterson’s solo Bachelor of Fine Arts exhibition. Peterson pulls from a vast array of influences to create sculptures. Peterson uses ceramics as his vessel to tell his story, with etchings, slips and glaze added before salt-firing to add texture. He also places great emphasis on the storytelling components of his art.
Improvisations On A Shoreline Theme
In the exhibition, Jenny Wilson recreates a trip to New England, where the natural beauty of the coastline had a profound effect on her. She described it as a “religious experience”, one that would influence her artwork for the following two years. The exhibition draws from the landscape, the colors, and the texture of the Cape, yet is undeniably abstract. Wilson refers to her style as ‘Abstract Landscape’, a style that emphasizes the use of texture in the paint for an added dimension. Drawing from print-making and pottery glaze techniques, Jenny captures the essence and spirit of the Cape without the confines of shape and realism.