• Arts in the Community

    Monmouth University Center for the Arts celebrates diversity by engaging local citizens through the arts. We foster a strong sense of community through productions and lectures through outreach and scholarship programs.

    The MCA actively works with the many non-profit community organizations and shelters in the region, offering outreach programs visiting local schools, hosting workshops on campus, and presenting master classes at partner facilities. Through the University’s Community Relations Office, the Center for the Arts ensures that underserved populations and communities in need have access to the arts.

     

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Arts in the community News

A Classic Tale With A Twist

A Classic Tale With A Twist

Monmouth University's Pollak Theatre opened its doors October 19th to give students from local elementary schools a special performance. The Center for the Arts hosted The Three Pigettes and the Big Bad Lady Wolf , a bilingual show that puts a twist on the classic tale, The Three Little Pigs . The show was part of the Children's Theatre Series.

Music Legend Graham Nash Speaks With MU Students

Music Legend Graham Nash Speaks With MU Students

Monmouth University welcomed Graham Nash to campus September 23rd. And before his show, the two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and Grammy Award winner sat down with 20 lucky MU students.

Women in the World, Sold Panel

Women in the World, Sold Panel

Women in Media-Newark’s annual Women’s History Month film festival, which showcases and honors the work of established and emerging independent filmmakers who are predominately women, tells women’s stories of faith, courage, hope, determination and fortitude.

Art and Autism: Allowing Art to Speak

Art and Autism: Allowing Art to Speak

Produced in partnership with the New Jersey chapter of the nonprofit Autism Speaks, the concert fundraised for the organization’s mission of advocacy, awareness and ongoing research to aid individuals and families affected by autism.

Switchback Workshops

Switchback Workshops

Brian FitzGerald and Martin McCormack of Switchback have been playing their brand of eclectic Celtic and Americana music at sold-out concert halls, performing arts centers and festivals for over 20 years.