Arts for Everyone
Arts for Everyone
Enjoy Art on the Hill
As a Seton Hill student, you have the opportunity to participate widely in the visual and performing arts. You are welcome to get involved in performances (onstage or behind the scenes); take music, dance or theatre classes (or private lessons); and make art - regardless of your major or experience level.
Here are just a few of the ways you can indulge your artistic side at Seton Hill:
- Graphic Design
Enjoy exhibitions of art from local, regional and national artists at the Arts Center.
Participate in any number of choral or instrumental ensembles, including:
- Chamber Choir
- Glee Club
- Wind Ensemble
- Marching Band
- Commercial Music Ensemble
- Jazz Ensemble
- Opera Workshop
Take group or private lessons in:
- Any of a full range of instruments
Enjoy a full concert season at the Performing Arts Center.
Theatre & Dance
- Audition for a show, work back stage or work in the scene or costume shops
- Take a dance class or a theatre class
- Enjoy a full season of theatre and dance performances at the Arts Center and Performing Arts Center.
You can be a part of the Graphic Design Club, the Student Dance Organization, Student Theatre Activities Council, or the Students in the Arts club among many others. Visit the Clubs and Organizations page for a full list.
If you are eligible for work-study, there are arts jobs at Seton Hill that are open to you.
Minors or Double Majors
At Seton Hill, you can also add an arts minor to almost any major, or add an arts major to a major from a different School to personalize your degree. Your experience in the arts can also earn you credits toward completion of the Liberal Arts Curriculum.
Arts Experience is Good Experience
It's easy to make the arts part of your Seton Hill experience - and it's good for your career as well. Participation in the arts hones skills that are necessary in every field - from public speaking to "thinking on your feet" to finding creative solutions to problems. Plus it's a whole lot of fun.