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Quarterly Magazine

October - December 2012

in the art gallery: see more on page 6 • 304-561-3570

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art and craft at the Center

Get your hands on festive crafts

and enjoy amazing art at the Clay Center this fall.

in the art gallery

Celebrate American Printmaking Opening Saturday, October 6

Associated American Artists: Art by Subscription

Fine art prints became more accessible and affordable through the innovation of mail order subscriptions when the Associated American Artists partnered with the nation’s leading artists in 1934.   Learn about printmaking’s expressive potential through the work of Peggy Bacon, Thomas Hart Benton, Grant Wood and many more.

Back by popular demand! The Ratrie Collection


Hattie Broadbent Vermillion Eight Pointed Star C. 1938, Madison County, Indiana (detail)

See 12 paintings by noted 19th and early 20th century artists in this impressive personal collection. Enjoy works by Alexander Wyant, John Singer Sargent, Martin Johnson Heade and others, donated to the Center through the estate of Charleston philanthropist Mary Price Ratrie.

openin g Nov. 23

Experience an exciting new holiday exhibit with trees and original artwork created by local artists and designers. Plus, join us for our new “It’s a Wonderful Weekend” programs on Saturdays during the month of December. We’ll have new family fun each week! Visit us online for more details and a complete schedule of events.

Celebrate this intricate art form with interesting lectures featuring experts from around the country. Thursday, Oct. 16

Collecting Essentials

with Richard Baiano , president, Childs Gallery (Boston)

West Virginia Contemporary

Join us for a discussion on the historical significance of these prints and why they are prized by collectors today.

View a selection of award-winning quilts from some of W.Va.’s finest quilters.

Thursday, Nov. 8


Opening December 21 American Quilts in the Modern Age, 1870-1940



Unfold seven decades of stories from these 25 historic quilts that illustrate the rapid societal and technological shifts in American life between the Civil War and World War II. Featuring examples of pieced block, Crazy style, Colonial Revival and one-of-a-kind innovations, these traditional and modern designs stitch together the changes of the era

Printmaking Commissions, An Artist’s Perspective

with Linn Meyers , freelance artist (Washington D.C.)

What is it like to be a working artist today? Listen as Meyers shares her experiences working for The Phillips Collection and San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, where she was hired to produce an edition of prints. Lectures begin at 6 pm in the Clay Center Art Gallery This program is presented with financial assistance from the West Virginia Division of Culture and History, and the National Endowment for the Arts, with approval from the West Virginia Commission on the Arts.

Fun-filled event days packed with family entertainment, themed science and art activities, plus three floors of interactive, engaging exhibits await you. Activities are included with admission, which is free for Clay Center members. Exceptions are noted in descriptions.

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Saturday, October 20 • noon – 4 pm Come in costume and enjoy great Halloween fun! Dare to experiment in the Haunted Lab, inject your creative juices into pumpkin decorating*, meet our slithery friends in the Boo Zoo, collect a bag of goodies on our Trick-or-Treat Trail and so much more! *Pumpkin decorating is $1 per pumpkin; supplies limited. sponsored by:

Holly Day Friday, November 23 • noon – 4 pm Spice up your holiday with fun for the whole family! Dress up with make-and-take reindeer hats, create a handmade decoration in Ornament Extravaganza* and compete with your family in our Olympic-style Holly Field Day events. Enjoy the grand lighting of Earth City and stop by for a visit with Santa.

holiday fun at the Center

family fun days

*Ornament Extravaganza is $2 per ornament.



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Journey around the globe with this exciting series of hands-on crafts! Activities take place daily from noon – 4 pm and are included in admission, which is free for members. Wednesday, December 26

Canada – Maple Leaf Magnet Thursday, December 27

France – Stained Glass Window Friday, December 28

Holland – Paper Windmill Saturday, December 29

England – British Bobby • 304-561-3570 One Clay Square, Charleston, WV 25301

table of contents Performances Last Chance/What’s New Children’s Workshops You Make it Possible Adult and Family Programs Adult Workshops Member events Calendar Carnaval New Orleans

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Special holiday hours

Clay Center will be closed December 25 and January 1.


on stage at the Center

clay center presents

fall 2012 season


Friday, October 12 • 8 pm

Elegant yet fierce, Philadanco dancers are known for innovative choreography. Grace, power and energetic skill thrill in a performance sure to take your breath away. Features the piece “Wake Up,” choreographed by hip hop icon Rennie Harris. The presentation of Philadanco Wake Up was made possible by the MetLife Community Connections Fund of New England Foundation for the Arts’ National Dance Project. Major support of NDP is also provided by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation with additional support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Wayne Brady

Sunday, October 14 • 8 pm

He’s definitely not your typical comedian! Best known for his appearance on the TV series “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” and as the host of “The Wayne Brady Show” and “Let’s Make A Deal,” this multi-talented performer entertains with an improv comedy show full of laughs.

Hello, Dolly!

co-presented with Charleston Light Opera Guild Friday and Saturday, October 26 & 27 • 7:30 pm Friday and Saturday, November 2 & 3 • 7:30 pm Sunday, October 28 & November 4 • 2 pm

Follow meddlesome widow Dolly Levi as she strives to play matchmaker to several couples, as well as herself in this beloved international classic. sponsored by Ed & Susan Maier

enjoy special performance benefits

become a

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thank you to our season sponsor:


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In Charleston 2012-2013


2012-2013 season presented by Ed & Susan Maier

Reserve Oil & Gas

Blue Man Group

Fiddler on the Roof

Wednesday, Oct. 3 • 7:30 pm Thursday, Oct. 4 • 7:30 pm

Thursday, April 4 • 7:30 pm

Cirque Dreams Holidaze Sunday, Dec. 9 • 7 pm

Shrek the Musical

Experience the Beatles with Rain Tuesday, April 23 • 7:30 pm

Thursday, Dec. 20 • 7:30 pm

Rock of Ages

Tuesday, May 7, 7:30 pm

Jonathan Edwards

Michael Johnson Jim Hurst Saturday, Oct. 6 • 7:30 pm

Rob Carlson Saturday, Nov. 3 • 7:30 pm

Saturday, Jan. 5 • 7:30 pm

Saturday, Apr. 6 • 7:30 pm

Kristy Jackson

Peter Yarrow Saturday, May 11 • 7:30 pm

Saturday, Feb. 2 • 7:30 pm

Cheryl Wheeler

on stage at the Center

more performances at the center

Sponsored by Atkinson & Polak, PLLC

Saturday, Mar. 9 • 7:30 pm

Montclaire String Quartet Sunday, Oct. 14 • 3 pm

City National Bank Family Discovery Series Saturday, Nov. 10 • 11 am


Little Red Riding Hood

Capitol Conference Center Symphonic Series Friday, Oct. 19 & Saturday, Oct. 20 • 8 pm

ZMM Pops Series Friday, Dec. 7 & Saturday, Dec. 8 • 8 pm

Respighi: Fountains of Rome

Home for the Holidays

Capitol Conference Center Symphonic Series Friday, Nov. 9 & Saturday, Nov. 10 • 8 pm

The Nutcracker

Mendelssohn: Scottish Symphony

Watch for an upcoming announcement about the Spring 2013 Clay Center Presents performance season!

Friday, Dec. 14 • 7:30 pm Saturday, Dec. 15 • 2 pm & 7:30 pm To order tickets, visit or call the box office at 304-561-3570.

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last chance at the center

Time is running out. Catch these before they’re gone. in the art gallery The art gallery is a neutral playing field for the Mountaineers and Thundering Herd as the creative minds of each school’s art faculty compete.


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Through December 30

Show your school spirit and cast your vote in this battle for bragging rights.

Discover Newton’s Laws of Motion, kinetic and potential energy and other physical phenomena with this engaging, hands-on exhibit. Design and build a mini-car, race balls down our racing ramps, shoot the loop-the-loop, launch a catapult and much more! It’s a great experience for all ages.

in the electricskyTM Theater presented by:

Through Nov. 9 From the polar bears of the arctic tundra to the grizzlies of Alaska or the black bears of Montana, this giant screen adventure explores the mythical past and fragile future of some of the most inspiring and misunderstood predators on the planet.

With stunning aerial cinematography and meticulous re-creations, this giant screen film dramatizes the legendary early 19th-century expedition that crossed the uncharted North American West.


sponsored by:


Harvest Skies Through November 21 Take a look at the stories and constellations of the fall skies, and find out about the astronomical origins of “cross-quarter day” or, as we call it, Halloween!


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to experience our latest exhibits, films and planetarium shows.

in the electricskyTM Theater SHACKLETON’S


openin g Nov. 10 presented by:

The greatest survival story of all time.

Join legendary explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton and the crew of his ship “Endurance” in an inspirational true story of adventure, exploration and survival. Plus, get to know three of the world’s most-accomplished mountaineers – Reinhold Messner, Stephen Venables and Conrad Anker – as they retrace the historic steps of Shackleton across the mountains and glaciers of South Georgia Island.


what’s new at the Center

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November 23 – January 6

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Explore the astronomical origins of many of the world’s holiday celebrations and traditions in this original Clay Center production.

coming soon… in the electricskyTM Theater

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The Planets Opening January 9 Get ready for blast off! Journey through our solar system and explore the unique characteristics of our planetary neighbors.

Opening October 10 Learn about the science of snow, create your own weather forecast and sharpen your snowman engineering skills with this new interactive exhibit.

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Opening January 26 Use pulleys, conveyer belts and even a child-sized crane to move objects and explore the world of building. Kids can become movers and shakers as they create, play and learn while exploring the concepts of construction and simple machines. sponsored by:


children’s workshops & programs at the Center

daily at 1, 2 & 3 pm See LIVE science demonstrations! All activities are included with gallery admission, which is free for museum members.

October • Wicked Weather Join us as we brave our fears and explore some of earth’s most mysterious weatherrelated phenomena.

The Sponsored by Elliot Foundation

November • Movie Magic Go behind the scenes and discover the science behind a few of Hollywood’s most exciting films.

December • Shivering Science Chill out and investigate the science of the season.

wee wednesdays Preschoolers get their own special day of fun each week! Enjoy stories, crafts and activities designed for the 5-and-under crowd. Visit us each Wednesday at 11 am or 1 pm for a story time unlike any other. Activities are included with gallery admission, which is free for museum members.

meet our special guest from pbs as super why joins us wednesday, november 7! Sponsored by

additional support provided by:


celebrations first saturday of each month 9 – 10 am If your young explorer has turned 6 in the past few months, celebrate this milestone with one last romp in the ball pond or tree house. Kidspace is an area designed for children ages 5 and under … except for one special day each month. We know growing up can be tough, so enjoy being a kid while you can. Gallery admission required, which is free for museum members.


Get creative with Halloween art. We provide the pumpkin pattern, you provide the creativity!

second saturday of each month noon – 4 pm Learn about a wide variety of topics in this series of funfilled, hands-on art experiences in the classrooms. All activities are included with gallery admission, which is free for museum members.

November 10 • Abstract Self Portraits Look at yourself in a whole new way as you make yourself into an abstract masterpiece.

December 8 • Snowflakes No two are alike! Use coffee filters and scissors to make some great snowflake designs.

thursdays, 3:30 – 5:30 pm Step out of the classroom and into a world of fun with science demonstrations, hands-on experiments and adventurous activities. Designed for students in grades 2 – 6. Participation for each session is $12 for members or $15 for non-members. Pre-registration is required. Register at or 304-561-3570.

October 18 • Creepy Science Gross yourself out with science by creating drinkable “blood,” bird poop paintings and other Halloween gags. Registration Deadline: Monday, October 15

November 1 • Green Solutions Stir up some crazy concoctions and experiment to discover which ingredients make the best eco-friendly cleaners, bug sprays and more!

children’s workshops & programs at the Center

October 13 • Paper Jack-o-lanterns

Registration Deadline: Monday, October 29

November 15 • Edible Design Be the next food design star as you experiment with food and mix up delicious treats to make a sculptural dessert! Registration Deadline: Monday, November 12

November 29 • Power your Ride Design and build vehicles powered by alternative sources of energy, and challenge your teammates to a race! Registration Deadline: Monday, November 26

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special program!

Celebrate National Fossil Day 2012 Wednesday, Oct. 17 • 10 am – 4 pm

Check out some of our amazing fossils! From mastodon jawbones to petrified palm trees, take a trip back in time with us as part of this national celebration.


game day at the center

Football rivalry drives fans to art gallery Faculty, students, alumni and fans came out in droves to support WVU and Marshall at the free public opening of the “Gallery Divided” art exhibit. People of all ages showed their school spirit by dressing in the old gold and blue or kelly green and white and casting their votes for their favorite pieces. Exhibiting art faculty members from each school were on hand to chat with visitors and share their artwork with guests from across the state and around the community. Prior to the reception, the artists mingled with members of the Chairman’s Guild at a special reception at the home of Clay Center President and CEO Judy Wellington.

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currently in the lead for MVP: Miyuki Akai Cook, Marshall Visit the art gallery and vote for your favorite today!



and play through their generous sponsorships of Clay Center events, performances and programs.

We gratefully recognize the following individuals and companies who have invested in the future of children throughout West Virginia by providing them with affordable art and science education through generous sponsorship contributions of $2,500 and above. Sponsors for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2012: Ed & Susan Maier

Mike Ferrell Toyota

Dr. W. Shane Holmes DDS, MDS

Alpha Natural Resources

White Insurance & Associates

Roger Nicholson

Tri-State/Service Roofing & Sheet Metal Group

BrickStreet Insurance

AARP Foundation

Atkinson & Polak, PLLC

Bert Wolfe Porsche & Audi


The Bell Law Firm, PLLC

Frost Brown & Todd, LLC

Capitol Conference Center

Wells Fargo Insurance Services

Reserve Oil & Gas

Laurance Jones III


Bayer CropScience

Arch Coal Foundation

West Virginia American Water



The Berthold Law Firm

Kanawha Stone Company, Inc.

Flaherty Sensabaugh Bonasso PLLC

Tiano O’Dell, PLLC

Terradon Corporation Jackson Kelly, PLLC Mrs. Alex Schoenbaum Moses Automotive The Elliot Foundation EnergizeWV with Natural Gas Air & Waste Management Association - -WV chapter

HealthSmart Benefit Solutions, Inc. James River Coal Company

ZMM Architects and Engineers

giving to the center

would like to thank the individuals and corporations helping to make Thank We the state and surrounding region a better place to live, work, learn

Children’s Dentistry - Tracy L. Wilkerson, DDS

Marathon Oil and One Stop

Central West Virginia Convention & Visitors Bureau

Suttle & Stalnaker, PLLC

Spilman Thomas & Battle, PLLC

The Greenbrier Sporting Club

Kyle & Kirsten Mork


Kelly & Melissa Castleberry

Partnering with the Clay Center is a wonderful way not only to build brand equity, but also to provide exclusive networking and entertainment experiences for your clients and to accentuate your commitment to the community. If you are interested in exploring these possibilities, please contact Beth Fanning, sponsorship manager, at 304-561-3536 or

Thanks to the efforts of young gardeners from Piedmont Elementary School and our After School Explorers Club, the Clay Center has donated more than 300 pounds of food to Manna Meal. Veggies like squash, peppers, lettuce, onions, potatoes and lots of tomatoes grew throughout the summer. As we head into the fall season, there’s still plenty “growing on” in our garden. Come check out our winter crop plantings, our kiddesigned irrigation system and more! Both the butterfly and vegetable gardens are open during regular gallery hours.


adult and family programs at the Center

Treat yourself to fascinating lectures and fun family projects.



Don’t miss this popular monthly lecture series featuring knowledgeable community presenters talking about a wide variety of topics in the art gallery. Learn more about the area, art, science and more in each FREE 45-minute presentation.

The Art of Stained Glass

with Amanda Short Wednesday, October 10 • 12:15 pm Hear from the owner of Amanda’s Glass Art as she talks about her career working with stained glass and demonstrates certain aspects of the art.

Healthy Holidays

with Chef April Hamilton Wednesday, November 14 • 12:15 pm Are you looking for healthy food ideas for your holidays? Join us as Chef April Hamilton shares some of her own healthy recipes.

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Our Lunchtime Lecture series will return in January 2013.

Creepy Crawly Cupcakes and Cookies Saturday, October 27 • 10 am - noon $12 member/$15 non-member $45 member family/$55 non-member family (limit 4) (additional fee may apply for larger groups)

Don’t worry! They only look like critters! Whip up some ghoulish fun as you decorate your own “rat” cupcakes, “spider” cookies and other tricky treats. With a little icing, special ingredients and creativity, your family will leave with a delicious selection of devilish desserts. Get in on an all new family experience and a perfectly tasty way to combine art and science! Explore the art of food decoration and some fun hands-on science experiments in the world of baking in the classrooms. Register online or call 304-561-3570 for more information.


Family Gingerbread Workshop Saturday, December 15 • 10 am – noon or 1 – 3 pm $55 member family/$65 non-member family (limit 4) (additional fee may apply for larger groups)

You don’t have to be a pastry chef to have tons of tasty fun in this annual holiday favorite. Put your imagination to work and decorate a gingerbread house with lots of candy, icing and frosting. Space is limited and this workshop fills up quickly, so be sure to register today at

reading art book club Join this unique book club that focuses on the exciting world of art. Week one features an art lecture, week two is a book discussion and week three allows for an inside view of our permanent collection or other special programming. One complete series is FREE for Art Aficionados members, $12 for museum members and $15 for non-members.

Claude and Camille

by Stephanie Cowell Thursday, October 4, 18 & 25 • 1:30 – 3 pm Be swept away by the dramatic love story of struggling artist Claude Monet and the beautiful Camille Doncieux as reality and adversity impact their life together.


by Laney Salisbury and Aly Sujo Thursday, December 6, 13 & 20, 1:30-3 pm Hear the twisted tale of the most outrageous art fraud of the 20th century as you untangle John Drewe’s elaborate scheme that put more than 200 counterfeit masterpieces into eminent museums and private collections. Pre-registration is required, call 304-561-3553. Fee includes all three sessions but does not include book.

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adult workshops Tasty Tailgating Cooking Workshop With Chef April Hamilton Tuesday, October 23 and Thursday, October 25 • 6 – 8 pm $70 for members, $80 for non-members Whether you are a football fan or you just enjoy having friends over, you’ll want in the game in our new cooking workshop. Learn to make tasty treats for your next tailgate party or simple get together using local and healthy foods. Then, go on a tour of our “Gallery Divided” exhibit featuring works from Marshall and WVU art faculty.

adult workshops at the Center

Get creative and learn something new in one of our science- and art-related adult education programs. Call 304-561-3570 for more information or to register today. w

The Art of Collage With Laura Alvis Saturday, November 10, 12 pm - 4 pm Fee: $25 members/ $30 non-members Have you ever wanted to try collage, but aren’t sure how to get started? Come and learn from a local artist and get the chance to incorporate something personal to you into your very own work of art. Perfect for beginners or those with some collage experience.

Cancellation Policy – To receive a full refund or credit toward a future workshop, registrant must provide notification of cancellation a minimum of one week prior to workshop date or start date if workshop is part of a series or camp. Certain exceptions may apply.


support the center

First Night at the Museum brings big fun Approximately 150 guests dressed in jeans and boots celebrated summer in southern style at Backyard Bluegrass: Mandolins & Mason Jars, the first Night at the Museum event presented by Friends of Clay Center. The evening began in the art gallery as guests sampled Smooth Ambler Spirits’ White Whiskey and Old Scout Bourbon as they voted for their favorite team and artist in the “Gallery Divided” exhibit and explored classic and contemporary photography in “Artist to Icon” and “The Edge of Vision.” The main event was planned for the Susan Runyan Maier Sculpture

I loved the crowd, the music and the specialty cocktails.

Garden, but impending rain moved the party to the Maier Foundation Performance Hall stage. This change of location didn’t seem to slow down the night, as guests danced to live music from local band the Fort Hillbillies, enjoyed handcrafted specialty cocktails from Smooth Ambler and tasted southern bites like pulled pork on cornbread rounds and fried green tomato bruschetta prepared by Embassy Suites. Friends board member Tim Gibson said the first-time event was a huge success.

Backyard Bluegrass was the kick-off to a new series of evening events for Friends of Clay, and we couldn’t be more pleased with the outcome, everyone had a great time, and we can’t wait to plan the next one. Friends of Clay is an active volunteer service and fundraising organization that supports the education programs of the Clay Center through special events for its members and the greater community. To become a member or add Friends of Clay to your current membership package, contact Miranda Burr at 304561-3521 or The Night at the Museum series is sponsored by BrickStreet Mutual Insurance Company.

We loved the country/bluegrass feel with a classy yet laid-back atmosphere.

member events

Clay KIDS monthly birthday parties • 3 – 4 pm Sunday • October 14 Sunday • November 25 Sunday • December 16

Invitations will be sent via email. Must RSVP.

Exclusive Clay KIDS Family Fun Day activities Saturday • October 20 – Spooktacular Friday • November 23 – Holly Day


Scan for more details on current member events, and check back as others are added.

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family fun days

Blue Man Group Oct. 3 & 4, 7:30 pm

Woody Hawley Concert Series

Jim Hurst

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Spooktacular • Oct. 20 Holly Day • Nov. 23

Oct. 6, 7:30 pm Clay Center Presents


in the art gallery

Oct. 12, 8 pm

Closing Nov. 11

Clay Center Presents

Wayne Brady Oct.14, 8 pm

Gallery Divided: A Head-to-Head Matchup between Marshall & WVU Art Faculty

West Virginia Symphony Orchestra

Opening Oct. 6

Montclaire String Quartet Oct. 14, 3 pm

Associated American Artists: Art by Subscription The Ratrie Collection

West Virginia Symphony Orchestra Capitol Conference Center Symphonic Series

On exhibit Nov. 23 – Dec. 30

Traditions: A Celebration of Heritage

Respighi: Fountains of Rome

Opening Nov. 23

Oct. 19 & 20, 8 pm

WV Quilt show name . . . .

Clay Center Presents

Hello, Dolly!

Opening Dec. 21

American Quilts in the Modern Age, 1870-1940

co-presented with Charleston Light Opera Guild Oct. 26 & 27 and Nov. 2 & 3, 7:30 Oct. 28 & Nov. 4, 2 pm

in the electricskytm theater

Woody Hawley Concert Series

Rob Carlson

Closing Nov. 9

Nov. 3, 7:30 pm

West Virginia Symphony Orchestra Capitol Conference Center Symphonic Series

Bears Lewis & Clark: Great Journey West

Mendelssohn: Scottish Symphony

Opening Nov. 10

Nov. 9 & 10, 8 pm

Shackleton’s Antarctic Adventure

West Virginia Symphony Orchestra City National Bank Family Discovery Series

Bayer CropScience Planetarium Shows

Little Red Riding Hood

Closing Nov. 21

Nov. 10, 11 am

West Virginia Symphony Orchestra ZMM Pops Series

Home for the Holidays

Harvest Skies Showing Nov. 23 – Jan. 6

Reason for the Season

Dec. 7 & 8, 8 pm

West Virginia Symphony Orchestra

The Nutcracker

Dec. 14, 7:30 pm Dec. 15, 2 pm & 7:30 pm

in the Mylan Explore-atory Closing Dec. 30

Roll, Drop, Bounce!

Broadway in Charleston

Cirque Dreams Holidaze Dec. 9, 7 pm

Broadway in Charleston

Shrek the Musical Dec. 20, 7:30 pm

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a complete calendar of exhibits, programs and performances.


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