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Homewood Arts Programs

Homewood Arts Programs includes three areas:

Homewood Arts Programs: 50 student groups in dance, music and theater present more than 120 major performances on campus every year. Dance studios, music practice rooms, rehearsal space and venues with seating from 150 to 1,000 are available.

Hopkins Symphony Orchestra includes both a symphony orchestra and a smaller concert orchestra, with seven concerts scheduled on campus each year and often several off campus performances. HSO players are students, faculty, staff and community members.

The Center for Visual Arts offers a minor, with 15 classes every semester in drawing, painting, photography and other areas. There are guest artist lectures during the year and an annual student exhibit in early May.

Homewood Arts Events

Visit the HUB Arts & Culture calendar for a complete list of upcoming events.

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Upcoming Events

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    February 11, 2019

    Movements: Black Print Culture in the United States, 1773–1940

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News & Announcements

  • Announcement for 18/19 academic year

    Due to space and scheduling constrictions, no new performing arts groups will be accepted in the 18/19 academic year.

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    For HSO, a happy return to home venue

    After a nearly two-year absence, the orchestra returns to the stage at renovated Shriver Hall this weekend

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    An acoustical achievement

    The building's overhaul will improve the audience experience and also completely transform the onstage experience for performers

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    HCO's classical weekend

    Conductor Jordan Randall Smith chats about the classical era and how musicians are thinking about reassessing the canon

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    Creating art from scratch

    Color Theory class teaches students the principles of design and color

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    For HSO, a finishing touch

    Music director Jed Gaylin discusses the music of Mozart and the role a conductor plays when working with unfinished works

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