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Unformatted text preview: nter, Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, and churches throughout the metropolitan Washington, D.C., region. Free tickets are available to Mason students through the box office. Performing Arts Building, Room A417, 703-993-1380 Web: www.gmu.edu/departments/music Theater A generous number of free tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis for full-time Mason students. Professional Theater—Theater of the First Amendment, Fairfax’s professional company in residence at Mason, presents a season of performances of new plays, along with a variety of readings and workshops. Opportunities exist for students to work with professional actors, playwrights, and designers. Performing Arts Building, Room A407, 703-993-1120 Visual Arts The College of Visual and Performing Arts operates three visual arts galleries for professional, faculty, and student exhibits. The Johnson Center Gallery is located in the Johnson Center, the Mason Hall Gallery is in Mason Atrium Hall, and the Fine Art Gallery is in the Art and Design Building. Exhibits are free. Art and Design Building, 703-993-8898 Bookstore The Campus Bookstore sells new and used text...
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