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Community Arts

Bachelor of Arts


This program is designed to prepare students for various careers in the arts and fields that connect community service to interest in the arts. Students will gain an understanding of theories of community building and arts concepts related to the public creation and presentation of community arts projects and events. Upon completion of the program, students will have knowledge of the role the arts can play in community building, an ability to listen to community needs and respond by facilitating or producing responsive arts works or events. Community building, critical thinking and creative problem solving skills prepare students for a variety of careers in related fields.


Course Length

44 Total Credits


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Meet Our Faculty

Keith Williams

Professor of Art and Art History

Cate Vermeland

Professor of Practice, Art & Design

John DuFresne

Chair, Department of Art & Design, Professor of Practice, Art & Design