Consisting of 19 academic departments, the College offers degrees in the fine arts, humanities, natural sciences and social sciences. Disciplines in the fine arts focus on skills, knowledge, and abilities needed for the creation of items intended primarily for visual perception as well as works to be performed before an audience. In Fulbright College, those fields include art, music, and theatre.
Explore art education, art history, ceramics, drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, and visual design.
Perform with bands, jazz ensembles, orchestra, opera, choirs, and other student ensembles and get inspired by faculty ensembles in this performance-focused, All Steinway School.
Identify on- and off-stage talents through acting, musical theatre, dance, directing, writing, stage technology, scenic, lighting, and costume design, theatre management, and theory and criticism.
FINE ARTS FACILITIES
The Department of Theatre produces four plays a year at the home of the University’s main-stage theatre productions for 60 years.
FAULKNER PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
This 39,400 square foot, 585-seat, state of the art performance space is scheduled for a Summer 2015 opening.
STELLA BOYLE SMITH CONCERT HALL
Attend up to 300 concerts each year by guest artists, students, faculty and guests.
FINE ARTS CENTER GALLERY
Explore various art forms at exhibitions and programs by visiting artists and guest curators throughout the year.