• Paige Hernandez: Paige in Full

    Fusing theatre, hip-hop, dance and education, multidisciplinary artist Paige Hernandez performs a visual mix-tape that blends poetry, dance, visual arts and live music to tell the tale of a multicultural girl growing up in Baltimore, Maryland.
  • Amanda Burnham: Ellipsis

    Baltimore-based artist Burnham creates large, immersive drawings and site-specific installations that are inspired by observations of the city around her.
  • An Evening with Gabriel Kahane

    Join us Friday, March 6, 7:30 p.m. as we welcome singer/songwriter Gabriel Kahane. His album “Book of Travelers” is hailed by Rolling Stone as “a stunning portrait of a singular moment in America.”

Welcome to the Woodrow W. McGlothlin Center for the Arts

2019-2020 season announced; an exciting lineup of visual and performing arts events are waiting for you!

Welcome to the McGlothlin Center for the Arts, a true center of creativity that leads to inspiration, of energy that leads to exploration, and of quality that leads you back.

Our 2019-2020 season begins August 28 with the opening of Jennifer Davey’s exhibit, What Lies Beneath, followed by the first in our Guest Artists Series, Haven Trio, on Sept. 20. A total of 22 events are planned for your enjoyment, entertainment and inspiration from our guest performing and visual artists, and theatre and music department student and faculty performances. Go to our Events to learn more. New this year is a subscription series and Pick 6 ticket program; for details see our Tickets section.

Welcome to another exciting season at Emory & Henry’s McGlothlin Center for the Arts!

Dirk Moore, Executive Director
McGlothlin Center for the Arts