Visual & Performing Arts

The University of Findlay's Visual and Performing Arts Department encompasses an array of mediums with a focus on experiential learning.

Art and graphic design major poses in front of her artwork.
Art and graphic design major poses in front of her artwork.
"I love the studio atmosphere of the art classes because it really allows us to interact with our professors and fellow students."
Megan Talbert '17

You can add one of our minors to almost any major. Click on a minor that interests you to view the course listing in our online catalog:

Music Programs at Findlay
No matter your major, you will have opportunities to participate in a number of music programs during your time at Findlay. Many of them offer scholarships! Learn more about our music programs.
Theatre student putting on makeup for the University of Findlay's musical performance.
Earn a Degree in Theatre
Our theatre program offers a Bachelor of Arts degree with an emphasis in theatre performance or theatre design and technology. Learn more about theatre.
Theatre student putting on makeup for the University of Findlay's musical performance.

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“Creatures Most Curious” Returns to the Lea Gallery

“Creatures Most Curious” Returns to the Lea Gallery

The Enchanted Brush annual summer exhibition featuring works by gifted artists from around the world, will take place now through Aug. 6. The exhibition can be viewed in-person at the Dudley and Mary Marks Lea Gallery in the Gardner Fine...

UF Students’ Art Displayed in Juried Exhibition

UF Students’ Art Displayed in Juried Exhibition

The University of Findlay’s 2021 Juried Student Art and Design Exhibition will be held in the Dudley and Mary Marks Lea Gallery located in the Virginia B. Gardner Fine Arts Pavilion April 6-29. A reception and awards ceremony will be held Thursday,...

UF Concert-Chorale Brings Sounds of Spring

UF Concert-Chorale Brings Sounds of Spring

University of Findlay’s 2021 George & Shirlee Whitson Spring Choral Concert, “Jazzy Spring,” will feature UF’s Concert Chorale and University Singers, on Sunday, April 11 at 3 p.m. via livestream. The concert will be free and livestreamed via UFTV’s YouTube Channel.

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