The Winter Term often finds us diving deeply into our own worlds. Perhaps it is our instinctive nature as the days get short and the weather colder, to pull into ourselves.
Through both the Performing and Visual Arts, Proctor students are immersed in the creative process, learning as much about themselves as the discipline they are studying.
Learn more about both the Performing Arts and Visual Arts Departments below.
Proctor’s Visual Arts Department offers opportunities in studio art, ceramics, photography, metal sculpture, woodworking, metal engineering, industrial and creative design, textile arts.
Proctor’s performing arts program offers opportunities in theater, instrumental and vocal music, and audio recording.
European Art Classroom
Immerse yourself in the creation of art in Aix en Provence, France alongside seven classmates and two instructors for an eight week term abroad.
Exhibit Spaces on Campus
Proctor’s Visual Arts Department curates exhibit spaces around campus featuring the work of local and national artists as well as student artists. Spaces in the Brown Dining Commons, Maxwell Savage Hall, the Lovejoy Library, and Wilkins Meeting House feature rotating artwork.
Alumni in the Arts
The passions discovered and fostered at Proctor form a foundation of creativity that graduates with our alumni. Read more about some of Proctor’s alumni pursuing the arts as their vocation in THIS piece from the Proctor Magazine.