Our Event Schedule has Changed In response to COVID-19 Pandemic

The University's Administrative Team has shared communications regarding closures and cancellations for on-campus activities. This includes large crowd events. In light of this new policy around COVID-19, the following events have been cancelled or rescheduled:

New dates and a calendar of upcoming events will be available online as the President of the University and his cabinet make plans for a carefully-planned and executed re-opening.

For events scheduled for July 1st and beyond:
In keeping with recommendations from the CDC, Morgan State University will be cancelling or rescheduling a number of planned large crowd events on our campus. Please recognize that these decisions have been made with a high level of careful evaluation and consideration of the most current facts available. Moving forward, the University will continue to leverage guidance provided by state and federal agencies, and health departments, in order to make informed decisions concerning on-campus activities in the days/weeks ahead.

Please continue to watch this space for the latest information on events that are placed on the schedule for the end of year. We appreciate your patience and understanding as the Murphy Fine Arts Center -- along with the University -- navigates this constantly changing and dynamic situation.

Welcome to The Carl J. Murphy Fine Arts Center

Located on the edge of the Morgan State University's southeast campus, the MFAC made its debut on December 1, 2001 with a glorious performance by the renowned soprano, Ms. Jessye Norman - accompanied by pianist, Mark Markham.

James E. Lewis

James E. Lewis Museum Of Art

Located in the MFAC

Free Admission
Tue - Fri 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Sat 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Sun 12 p.m. - 4 p.m.