NEW & NOTEWORTHYGETTING TO THE ART OF THE MATTER
Want to sell your car? Take a piano class. Interested in law school? Perhaps you should audition for "Guys and Dolls." A fine arts degree can teach you so many useful skills.
Research continues to show the value of the arts in educating our children. But what about college students? What do they get from the arts? To answer those two questions, we talked to eight successful former Casper College students who are now working in their respective fields. In discussing their careers, they offer numerous ways that music, dance, painting, and acting apply to other professions such as law, finance, sales, and politics. Oddly, no one brings up the world of physics. Read more >
[fourcol_one] AJ Campbell
Dance [/fourcol_one] [fourcol_one] Shaley George
Museum Studies [/fourcol_one] [fourcol_one] Michelle Jarvis
Technical Theatre [/fourcol_one] [fourcol_one_last] Darren Lougee
Music [/fourcol_one_last] [fourcol_one] Gabrielle Reeves
Fine Art [/fourcol_one] [fourcol_one] Kit Robertson
Music [/fourcol_one] [fourcol_one] Aaron Wood
Dance [/fourcol_one] [fourcol_one_last] [/fourcol_one_last]
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ABOUT THE SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS AND HUMANITIES AT CASPER COLLEGE
The School of Fine Arts and Humanities consists of five departments: English, Music, Theatre and Dance, Visual Arts, and World Languages. Each department focuses on a specialized area of fine arts and humanities and each has a region-wide reputation for excellence.
Want to study the arts? Development of talents in the fine arts and humanities areas has been a part of Casper College since its inception. Check out the great academic programs and performance opportunities available in our School of Fine Arts and Humanities. Read more >