The School of Fine Arts at East Central University houses the finer and more artistic departments within the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences. The Department of Art, Communication & Performance Studies program, Mass Communication Program, and Department of Music are all located inside the Hallie Brown Ford Fine Arts Center which opened in 2009. The Hallie Brown Ford Fine Arts Center boasts 25 classrooms, three computer labs, The Dr. Arthur W. Kennedy Band Room, William C. Thrash Studio, Pogue Art Gallery, Sculpture Garden, the black box theatre named the Chalmers Herman Theatre, Ataloa Theatre that seats over 1,000 patrons, Peshehonoff Scene Shop, Recording Studio and a comprehensive art gallery. In this environment, students are sure to be able to grow their creative skills along the edgier, modern side of the arts.

The Department of Art offers a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with concentrations in studio art, art education and graphic arts. Minors are offered in art and art history.

The Communication and Performance Studies Program at East Central University offers several degree concentrations to students in Communication and Performance Studies.

Students interested in pursuing careers in video, photojournalism, public relations and advertising can find their niche in the Program in Mass Communication.

The Department of Music allows students to explore musical talents and professions in various bands and ensembles, choirs, chorale, and chamber music groups. Studies in piano, organ and opera are also available.


Department of Art

The Department of Art offers a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with concentrations in studio art, art education and graphic arts. Minors are offered in art and art history.

Communication and Performance Studies Program

The Communication and Performance Studies Program at East Central University offers several degree concentrations to students in Communication and Performance Studies.

Mass Communication Program

Students interested in pursuing careers in video, photojournalism, public relations and advertising can find their niche in the Program in Mass Communication.

Department of Music

The Department of Music allows students to explore musical talents and professions in various bands and ensembles, choirs, chorale, and chamber music groups. Studies in piano, organ and opera are also available.

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