Bodies of Truth: an artist’s narrative

Bodies of Truth, an art exhibit on display at West Virginia University’s Health Sciences Center, illustrates a cancer patient’s struggle with the disease and informs the rising generation of medical...

Motown Mademoiselle Arts: Megan Ursic

On September 3, The Handcrafted Cooperative will host it’s first (free) event at the Morgantown Market Place Pavilion (also known for hosting the Morgantown Farmer's Market), from 10am to 5pm, featuring...

Motown Mademoiselle Arts: Ellen Mueller

Ellen Mueller collaborated with artist Morgan Cahn to create Toned Down/Tuned Up, a collaborative exhibit on view now at Arts Monongahela, 201 High Street, thru June 30. She shares with Zackquill about working...

Motown Mademoiselle Arts: Sunny Dublick

Artist Sunny Dublick is exhibiting alongside Samantha Keith in a duo show in May, with a reception Friday, May 12, 6-8pm, at Arts Monongahela, 201 High Street in Morgantown. She shares with Zackquill about the...

Motown Mademoiselle Arts: Amanda Garvin

Photographer and art educator Amanda Garvin facilitated two Morgantown Public Schools exhibits on view this month, one at Monongalia Art Center, and another at Arts Monongahela, both with receptions April 21,...

Motown Mademoiselle Arts: Sidney Duncan

Artist Sidney Duncan is exhibiting in Raw New Photos at The Diamond Shop, opening April 7, 6-9pm (320 High Street). She shares with Zackquill about how she came to be an artist getting involved in the local...
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Motown Mademoiselle Arts: Elizabeth Jaeger

Elizabeth Jaeger exhibits her solo show, Inside Looking Out, at Monongalia Arts Center, 120 High Street in Morgantown, through April 1st.  The changes wrought by larger scale strip mining that came to her...

Motown Mademoiselle Arts: Jillian Kelly

Jillian Kelly is owner of Retro-tique and contributing  artist in the exhibit Rebel-Rebel: A Blurring of Gender Lines, organized by the The Artist Collective of West Virginia in association with the...

Hope & Human Trafficking thru Art

This month, in tribute to National Human Trafficking Awareness Month, the Monongalia Arts Center is hosting a seriously significant group exhibition, Not On Our Watch, organized by the Hope and Liberation...

Women of WV: Who are (were) they?

In celebration of Women’s History Month this coming March, Arts Monongahela is honoring women in West Virginia’s history with an exhibition and event series. I am honored to be a part of this along...

ARTS Excitement in Morgantown!

(Photo caption: “Dreaming of the Cape,” painting by Jenny Wilson, courtesy of Monongalia Arts Center) Did you notice there are several organizations hosting gallery receptions this week?  I am...