The Vision Series at Mason
Educational evenings of thought-provoking discussion.
Magnificent minds grappling with the important issues of our day.
The George Mason University Vision Series sheds light on the real world research and creativity that takes place every day on Mason’s distributed campus. A chance to share the frontiers of scholarship from practitioners across a broad spectrum of work, the series inspires lively discussion among students, faculty, staff, and the wider reaches of the community.
This year, The Vision Series will take place on three of Masonís vibrant campuses. For the first time, Founders Hall on the Arlington campus plays host to the series, which also returns to Prince William's Hylton Center (in Merchant Hall) and here in Fairfax (at the Center for the Arts Concert Hall).
The 2013-2014 Center for the Arts Vision Series includes seven lectures by top researchers, artists, and scholars from diverse disciplines spanning the ever-increasing curriculum at Mason.
I hope you will join us this year for the Vision Series!
Peter N. Stearns