A New Era of the Arts at SCU
Artist-in-Residence W. Kamau Bell will be on campus throughout the year, working with students and putting on public performances.
Emmy award-winning comic and CNN host, W. Kamau Bell delivers incisive, scathingly funny commentary on modern society meant to change the public view of race, politics, parenting, and social issues in America.
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The Department of Art and Art History integrates theory with practice, providing students in studio art with a foundation in art history and art history students with practical experience in the process of making art.
"Perform meaningfully" is an invitation and challenge, whether in classes or performances at SCU, on the Broadway stage, as professionals in myriad disciplines, or as teachers in service to others. SCU help prepare students for their commitments.
Music has been a vital presence at SCU since 1851, when the University was founded. The Department of Music provides an intellectual and stimulating artistic environment fostering individual expression and creativity through the study of music and musical performance.
Found within the Communication Department, this program teaches visual expression skills in the interpretation and production of documentary, fiction, and experimental films. Students learn from filmmakers and scholars who integrate their teaching, creative work, and scholarship.
An SCU English degree provides a set of writing and analytical skills that can lead you down any number of paths—in the arts, education, technology, policy, business, and more. Our students study and produce writing that moves readers, changes lives, and transforms the world.
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Michael Mazur's L'Inferno di Dante on view through June 16, 2018.