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Sat 21

Superpower Dogs with Charleston Police and Kanawha County Sheriff K9 Units

September 21 @ 12:00 pm

On September 21 at 12:00pm, following the showing of Superpower Dogs we will be joined by the Charleston Police Department and the Kanawha County Sherriff. These law enforcement officers will discuss the roles that canine cops play in the field…More

Sun 22

Sister Lena Mae Perry

September 22 @ 2:00 pm

Hear the music and stories of Sister Lena Mae Perry in the Juliet Art Museum. Sister Perry is a member of the Branchettes of Johnston County, North Carolina. She and Ethel Eliot have been performing hymns and gospel songs together…More

Thu 26

Free Day at the Clay!

September 26 @ 2:00 pm - 7:00 pm

We’re presenting a FREE afternoon of fun on Thursday, September 26th from 2pm until 7pm and you’re invited! Guests will have free access to the Avampato Discovery Museum and Juliet Art Museum with exhibits that include the Suddenlink by Altice…More

About

History

The Clay Center for the Arts & Sciences of West Virginia opened on July 12, 2003. The Center, a 240,000 square foot structure, houses performing arts, visual arts and sciences under one roof – one of the few of its kind in the country. Located in the state’s capital city of Charleston, the facility is home to the Clay Center’s Avampato Discovery Museum, the Juliet Art Museum and the Maier Foundation Performance Hall, home of the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra.

Mission

The Clay Center’s mission is to inspire creativity, learning and wonder through experiences in the Arts and Sciences for all people of West Virginia and the region.

The Clay Center remains one of the most ambitious economic, cultural and educational undertakings in West Virginia history. The Clay Center enhances the region’s “quality of life” and enriches the lives of all West Virginians.