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Fine and Performing Arts also provides the SPU community and beyond opportunities for excellent arts experiences, including concerts, theatre performances, and fine art exhibits.
SPU's Music Department offers programs for undergraduates interested in pursuing a career in music, as well as for those wanting to sharpen their musical skills or pursue music as a vocation.
SPU’s Department of Theatre educates, trains, and prepares theatre artists of character and competence who will engage and transform the culture through faithful use of their creative gifts and talents.
SPU's Art Department programs include Studio Arts, Visual Communication Design, New Pictures/ Illustration, Photography and Digital Media, and Art History, all of which prepare students to begin advanced study or work professionally in art and design.
View our online brochure, which includes a complete listing of the Theatre, Music, and Art events at SPU for the 2021–22 academic year.
Creators newsletter chronicles music, theatre, and the visual arts at SPU — from a percussion professor’s Civil War drum collection, to a Nazi labor camp survivor whose story is told by long-hidden letters, to a student illustrator’s rediscovery of Pinocchio.
Whatever form your creativity takes — music, theatre, or visual art — you may qualify for a fine arts scholarship.
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