The fine arts program seeks to actively engage Smith students in the arts both on campus and in the local community as a way to increase curricular and cocurricular connections, engage students in the life of the mind and build campus connections. We do this through events, funding, programs and resources. Art is an essential part of the undergraduate experience at Smith and is a gateway to lifelong learning.
The fine arts program sponsors trips to concerts and performances at the UMass Fine Arts Center (Amherst), Academy of Music (Northampton), and CityStage and Symphony Hall (Springfield). We also bring artists to campus for performances, lectures and residencies.
Sweet Honey In The Rock...A Tribute
Thursday, November 7, 2013
7:30 p.m. at UMASS Fine Arts Center
Student tickets are $5 and available in CC106
Fine Arts Fee
As part of the Five College Consortium, Smith students pay a fine arts fee that allows for student ticket discounts to any performance at the UMass Fine Arts Center. Student tickets are between $7 and $15 for Fine Arts Center events.
Funding for Arts-Related Programs
Funding is available for students interested in developing an arts-related program on campus.
For more information on fine arts programs or to suggest a program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.