Homewood Arts Programs

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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

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Supporting the growth of students through
Dance – Music – Theatre – Visual Arts

News & Announcements

  • Announcement for 17/18 academic year

     

    NOTE: Due to space and scheduling constrictions, no new performing arts groups will be accepted in the 17/18 academic year.

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    Amy Sherald to speak at JHU

    Baltimore artist known for striking portraits of African-Americans was recently commissioned to paint official portrait of Michelle Obama

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    Timeless music, time-honored venue

    With renovations ongoing at Shriver Hall, HSO's search for new performance space leads to old favorite

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    The art of 'making something really beautiful'

    Peabody doctoral student Blair Skinner talks about conducting and what it's like to lead the Hopkins Concert Orchestra

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    Shriver Hall set for upgrades

    Homewood campus venue will be closed during fall semester for installation of new lighting, seats

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    Award-winning cartoonist to speak at Hopkins

    Illustrator Barry Blitt, whose has drawn more than 80 covers for 'The New Yorker,' will visit on April 3

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