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.
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.
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Emily · Married on 03/10/2018
Hands down the most beautiful venue we toured in and around the Charleston, WV area. The venue met all of our needs – a separate space for the ceremony (Walker Theatre), a beautiful reception area (Grand Lobby) and additional rooms for use, such as the Founder’s Room for our Ketubah signing and the balcony and founder’s room for our cocktail hour. Securing a date was a bit difficult, as it is a performing arts center first – but as long as you can be flexible with your dates, I would highly recommend this beautiful space as a venue!Sent on 05/01/2018