Events, Exhibits & Trips
The School of Creative Arts is committed to providing its students and the community with a wide range of exhibitions, lectures, performances, trips and various other creative offerings.
SOCA provides gallery exhibitions with regional, national and international artists in its multiple galleries on campus. The Closer Look Lecture Series supports the exhibitions with national and international artists and scholars. Gallery exhibitions and lectures are offered free of charge to the students and the general public.
The Music Technology program supports multiple performance groups including the Jazz Ensemble, Guitar Ensemble, University Singers and Pep Band. These groups perform at both a winter and spring concert, in addition to performing throughout the community at various events.
The School of Creative Arts also produces two theatrical productions, a musical and a drama, each year.
The School of Creative Arts believes that art education should be an on-going, integrated element of education accessible to people of all ages, ethnicities, genders and social classes. These programs are extensions of the mission of the University of Saint Francis and uses the resources of its nationally accredited School of Creative Arts to support a critical community need.
GRAND TOUR OF ITALY
MAY 5 - 16, 2014
PRESENTED BY THE SCHOOL OF CREATIVE ARTS
This comprehensive tour will be an excellent opportunity for students to experience four of the most amazing cities in Europe (Venice, Florence, Assisi, and Rome). A professional tour guide will lead the group under the direction of Rick Cartwright, Dean of the School of Creative Arts. Flights, transportation, hotels, most meals, and museum admissions are all included in the trip. Don’t miss out on this great tour. The dates of this trip are subject to change. This trip can be taken for USF credit in Art Appreciation and/or Art History.
For more information, contact:
Molly McGowan, Department Coordinator
260-399-7700 ext. 8001 / firstname.lastname@example.org
- St. Mark’s Square
- Uffizi Gallery
- Michelangelo’s David
- Basilica of Saint Francis
- Vatican City
- Saint Peter’s Basilica
- Sistine Chapel
- Roman Forum