Fine Arts | Academics
At NGU, your liberal arts education will be complemented by events that enhance your university experience. You will find that whether you are participating on stage or enjoying from your seat, you will gain an appreciation for the arts that will enrich your life.
•There are over 24 faculty that teach classes and private lessons for the Cline School of Music.
•There are over 40 concerts and recitals performed each year. (View a calendar of upcoming concerts to view all events or to find out more information).
•NGU is among 100 institutions in the world to be named an "All Steinway School."
•More than 11 musical ensembles perform on campus and provide cultural event opportunities including a marching band and jazz band.
•The School of Theater Building houses several studios and a screening room, along with a box office and faculty offices. (View a calendar of upcoming theater productions or browse the Cultural Event website to view all events or to find out more information).
•The Billingsley Theater houses a full black box theater, box office, full lighting and technical system, as well as a moveable stage that can be arranged for different stage and seating scenarios.
• The Studio at Ole 414 showcases the photography, ceramics, sculptures, drawings in paintings of the studio art majors. The building also houses the ceramics and sculpture studios for the studio art major.
•The Runion Building houses classrooms for the Studio Art major. All the classrooms have large windows that serve as natural light for the studio style classrooms. There is also a full Mac Computer lab for graphic design and photography editing classes.
•Students are required to attend three cultural events each semester. NGU feels that cultural events shape students and round out their liberal arts education.