Fine Arts Division
At Seaver College, our Fine Arts Division offers students excellent training in the disciplines of studio art, art history, music, and theatre arts. A group of renowned faculty, who are revered in their fields as practicing scholars, artists and teachers, prepare our students for careers in the arts and continued graduate study.
With approximately 300 students in the division, the unique programs are designed to prepare and inspire students to develop critical thinking, nurture creativity, and create the highest level of art and scholarship.
Are you interested in applying to or auditioning for a Fine Arts major? Have you already been admitted to a Fine Arts major? Do you have questions about our student ensembles, productions, or exhibitions? The Fine Arts Recruitment Office is here to help. We can answer questions about the application, audition, and admission process. We can also schedule class visits, tours of our Fine Arts facilities, and one-on-one meetings with faculty and current students. Contact the Recruitment Office at 310.506.4111 or email@example.com. For other Fine Arts related questions, contact the Divisional Office at 310.506.4462.
Undergraduate Majors and Minors
The Fine Arts Division offers several majors, minors, and emphases across the four programs within the division: Art, Art History, Music, and Theatre.
In order to be considered as a major or minor, you must complete a supplemental Fine Arts application. Each major may also require supplemental materials such as portfolios, video auditions, or writing/composition samples.
Our Fine Arts Division offers students a wealth of learning opportunities. Whether studying at our on-campus museum; participating in our five major productions annually; performing in our ensembles and choir; joining the art history student society; participating in service learning projects; or studying abroad in our specialty international summer programs, our students choose from a variety of activities that will enrich their years here and beyond.