George Mason University is your arts destination in Northern Virginia. Enjoy your favorite arts on our stages and in our galleries on three George Mason campuses. From intimate theater spaces to large performing arts centers, Mason Arts offers endless opportunities to engage with the visual and performing arts. Visit our beautiful spaces and be inspired by the art of nationally and internationally acclaimed artists, George Mason faculty and students.

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People who attend George Mason's two performing arts centers each year.
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Times each year the Steinway pianos at the Center for the Arts are tuned.
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Students singing onstage at once in the Hylton Center's Merchant Hall.
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Concerts, recitals, master classes, workshops, and seminars that George Mason students and faculty present each year.

On our Stages

The arts are alive and well at George Mason! From the touring artists taking the stage in our performing arts centers to George Mason's talented students and faculty sharing original works and new compositions, there are options for almost every night of the week. If coming to campus in person isn't possible, enjoy diverse conversations and performances on our digital stage, Mason Arts Amplified!

Browse our calendar of events for a truly varied and lively season. Better yet, become a subscriber at the Center for the Arts or Hylton Performing Arts Center and attend as many events as you like at a discounted rate!

In our Galleries

Gillespie Gallery of Art
Gillespie Gallery of Art

Mason Exhibitions curates free art exhibitions on George Mason’s three Northern Virginia campuses throughout the year. Works by students, faculty, and professionals, both near and far, are displayed in the Mason Exhibition galleries including Gillespie Gallery of Art, Founders Hall Gallery, Buchanan Partners Art Gallery and George Mason’s other beautiful exhibition spaces. 
















The Gregory Family Theater
Come One, Come All

All types of performances and productions are showcased at the Gregory Family Theater at the Hylton Performing Arts Center on the Science and Technology campus in Prince William County, Virginia.