Arts & Culture
Montclair State proudly hosts an abundance of cultural programs and opportunities for the campus and community. Catch a world-class performance at our spectacular Alexander Kasser Theater or discover world-renowned and student artists at our George Segal and MFA Galleries.
The newly upgraded Dumont Television Center is the broadcast home of public television station NJTV’s week-nightly news show, NJ Today, as well as our own award-winning weekly magazine show, Carpe Diem. Our campus radio station, WMSC, can be heard online at wmscradio.com or, if you’re on or near campus, at 90.3 on your FM dial.
We bring the art world to Montclair with our Film Forum, Art Forum, and Art Talks programs, including workshops, screenings, and more by internationally acclaimed professional and celebrity artists, critics, performers, and filmmakers.
For students, the College of the Arts offers comprehensive training and instruction in music, art and design, communication and media, and theatre and dance. Montclair State students can further immerse themselves in cultural activities by participating in a diverse group of student-run clubs and organizations.
The Global Education Center organizes campus-wide lecture series on international issues, including the Forum on International Issues Series that brings international scholars and other experts to the campus for talks to a broad audience of students and faculty. The Tea and Talk Series is a forum for roundtable dialogues between visiting scholars and faculty on international issues, with a presentation by the speaker, followed by open discussion. The Global Education Center also organizes semester-long series focusing on a particular region. These events are generally free and open to the public For further information, contact at 973-655-4185 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.