Reconnect with the arts through Mason Arts at Home. This online platform features curated arts experiences including digital concerts, releases of previously recorded content, behind-the-scenes talks with artists, and more.
A Meaningful Beginning
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and with the goal of continuing to create community through the arts, the College of Visual and Performing Arts launched Mason Arts at Home on April 2, 2020. During the spring 2020 semester, more than 80 digital programs were viewed more than 200,000 times by audiences around the world, expanding CVPA’s footprint and reaching new audiences.
This digital programming initiative spotlights professional artists as well as Mason artists, faculty, students, and alumni. The artists you'll see in Mason Arts at Home programming have a strong connection to the Center for the Arts. Many have performed at the Center in the past or will perform here in the future. Some were scheduled to appear in 2020 or 2021, but aren't able to tour this season. Still more are students, alumni, and faculty members at George Mason University. This initiative also provides a platform for the Artist-Activist Series: Centering Black Voices. Many Mason Arts at Home performances are free. Learn more about ticketed digital performances.