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The Department of Performing and Fine Arts Building Community through the Arts
Vision: The Department of Performing and Fine Arts will be the cultural and intellectual center for Fayetteville and its environs.
Mission: The primary mission of the Department of Performing and Fine Arts is to produce graduates in the performing and fine arts — music, dance, theater, visual arts — that will be leaders in their respective fields and its advocate. The Department is also committed to building community through the arts by being a resource for performing and fine arts pedagogy, cultivating a climate where creativity flourishes, engaging the community with the arts, and making the arts assessible to all.
The Department of Performing and Fine Arts invites you to follow your passion for the arts by pursuing a degree in visual art, music, or theater at Fayetteville State University. The department provides everything you need to succeed — credentialed and caring faculty, small classes, and access to facilities, equipment and current technology. Degrees in the arts can be the foundation for many rewarding careers that require innovation, critical thinking and creativity.
The Department of Performing and Fine Arts is committed to building community through the arts. From gallery exhibits to performances by The University Choir, each area of the department contributes to the cultural fabric of Fayetteville. The department’s Fine Arts Series brings nationally recognized speakers and performers to campus; and throughout the year the 1,134 seat Seabrook Auditorium is filled with the passion and drama of opera, symphony and live theater.
The power of the arts to inform, enrich, and inspire is what makes the Department of Performing and Fine Arts the cultural and intellectual center of the university and beyond.
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Music Performance | Music Practice | Music Theory
Earnest, Lamb, "FSU Ovation: 2012-2013 Season Fine Arts Series and Chancellor's Distinguished Speaker Series" (2013). Choir History. 1.