Arts and Education


The Arts and Education program provides students with an opportunity to examine the role of the arts in fostering personal and cultural development.


“Some Future, 1969” Opens at Houghton House

I just wanted to inform you that I spoke to Professor Žigelytė earlier today and we confirmed that some classmates will start the initial set-up for the MDSC 335 Visibility Matters pop-up exhibit at the Solarium GalleryThis month, students in the Media & Society course, “Visibility Matters,” premiere their pop-up exhibition, “Some Future, 1969,” at the Solarium Gallery at Houghton House. Celebrating the audiovisual interpretations students…
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Arts Experience Festival Celebrates Inclusion in the Arts

Arts Experience, with guests from Adapt Community Network located in NYCThis April, more than 1,000 students, professors, community members and individuals with disabilities will gather at HWS to paint, dance, act and engage in other artistic activities during the annual…
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From Sesame Street to Tune City

Hunt MilesAfter spending two summers as an intern with the Jim Henson Company as a student, Myles Hunt ’11 is following in the footsteps of the late puppeteer with his company…
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John Opera Exhibits at Davis Gallery

Opera John Closing-00012Since its development in the 19th century, photography has navigated the tensions between science and art, says Anna Wager, Clarence A. Davis ’48 Visual Arts Curator. Photographic works by artist…
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Ruth Featured in National Works on Paper Exhibition

Ruth Nick PaintingThis spring, Professor of Art and Architecture Nick Ruth’s print “Looker” was selected for the 31st annual McNeese National Works on Paper Exhibition at McNeese State University in Lake Charles,…
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