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St Francis De Sales’s PSALM Chapter Returns To MAC

St. Francis de Sales School’s PSALM (Proud Students Against Landmines and Cluster Bombs) chapter returns to Monongalia Arts Center (MAC) for another February exhibition in the Benedum Gallery. This collaboration happens each February, with St. Francis students turning Morgantown’s attention to human rights tragedies around the world. Led by Nora Sheets, the organization’s history includes 19 years of generating public awareness and moving towards the subsequent elimination of landmines and cluster bombs.

MAC Literary Night featuring Rebecca Hunn

Join us this Febuary 20th at 7pm for our monthly meeting of local writers and poets. This months featured speaker is Rebecca Hunn author of the new book "Finding Joe." Hunn’s book is a fictional account of the details she gathered from her own reality. The book is based on oil and gas leasing agent Donna Cain’s search for the heirs to Axel Tredloe, whose “shady escapades in Central America over a century ago could now mean big money for his four great-nieces and nephews in the West Virginia gas patch.”

Its an Art and a Science

Join us this March to welcome the works of local Scientists and Students, in this exhibition of research based images and science inspired art! We will be featuring work in our Davis gallery from the students and faculty of the WVU Biology and Astronomy departments. Our exhibition headliner is Kristyn Lizbinski, a doctoral student who's work won first prize in DRVision and Interstellate's 2017 Neuroscience Travel Award contest, which promotes interesting art from the neuroscience field. We hope y'all will be able to attend the opening of our new exhibit in the Davis gallery on March 2 at 6PM, as always there will be refreshments and a fascinating crowd.

MAC Music night Featuring Mother Brown

Mother Brown will be coming back to the MAC on Feburary 17 @ 8pm. Mother Brown plays a variety of rock covers with an emphasis on improvisation, with no song always being the same. Material ranges from CCR to the Beatles to the Grateful Dead. "We all have day jobs, but Mother Brown gives us a chance to play the music we love." Featuring: Rob Freedlander on drums, Josh Daniel on electric guitar, Jack Falbo on bass, Erik Yoder on electric guitar. Tickets are $10 call and reserve yours today!

...Arts is our middle name.