Fred Hartman Comic Series
MAC to Unveil Patriotic July Exhibition
Monongalia Arts Center (MAC) will be unveiling a patriotic exhibition on Friday, July 8, 2016 with an Opening Reception from 6pm to 8pm. This exhibition will feature the historic 1940’s comic series, Fred Hartman, in its first-ever public debut. This comic series was written between 1942 and 1946 by West Virginia native and military veteran Gregory Van Camp. The comic series chronicles military life during WWII. Van Camp’s Fred Hartman comic series was merely a personal project, and that it was never shown publicly. What was once a Triadelphia High School student’s hobby becomes available to the public for the first time at MAC. The exhibition will run until 4 pm, July 30.
Monongalia Arts Center (MAC) welcomes comedian Krish Mohan back to the Tanner Theatre on July 22, 2016. Krish describes himself as “a socially conscious Indian standup comedian and writer” and he regularly performs at small theaters, bars, comedy clubs, colleges and DIY venues across the country.
Bestselling author Brian Keene will be featured by Morgantown Poets at 7pm Thursday July 28 at Monongalia Arts Center (MAC). Please note there will be no Open Mic during this event.
As with all Morgantown Poets readings the event is free and open to the public, but donations to the Monongalia Arts Center are greatly appreciated.
Miss Zelda will return to Monongalia Arts Center (MAC) for a one-woman, staged reading performance in the Tanner Theatre. This is a theatre adaptation of Morgantown author, Dr. Koula Svokos Hartnett’s acclaimed Miss Zelda: Reflections of a Southern Belle – Vignettes in the Life of Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald Artist, Writer, Wife, Muse, and Literary Assistant of F. Scott Fitzgerald. This one-woman show chronicles the life of Southern socialite and wife of The Great Gatsby author F. Scott Fitzgerald.