Arts at Meredith
Our vibrant learning environment celebrates the arts. We welcome students from all majors who want to express their creativity, as well as those who will be the next generation of professional artists. From award-winning dance performances to thought-provoking exhibits to world-renowned visiting artists, Meredith College offers an array of cultural arts opportunities. We invite you to expand your horizons through your enjoyment of the arts.
The health, safety, and well-being of our community is always our top priority. Please check back here for information about upcoming performances and exhibits, and thank you for your interest.
- Accounting Minor
- Applied Mathematics Minor
- Art History Minor
- Arts Administration Minor
- Biology Minor
- Business Administration Minor
- Chemical Physics Minor
- Chemistry Minor
- Child Development Minor
- Communication Minor
- Creative Writing Minor
- Criminology Minor
- Dance Minor
- Data Science Minor
- Economics Minor
- English Minor
- Environmental Sustainability Minor
- Entrepreneurship & Family Business Minor
- Exercise & Sports Science Minor
- Family & Consumer Sciences Minor
- Fashion Design Minor
- Fashion Merchandising Minor
- Finance Minor
- Food & Nutrition Minor
- Forensic Studies Minor
- French Minor
- Geoscience Minor
- Graphic Design Minor
- History Minor
- Hospitality and Tourism Management Minor
Meredith’s visual and performing arts students thrive in a stimulating, supportive environment that encourages their artistic and intellectual growth while preparing them for successful careers in their fields.
- Dance major
- Dance Education concentration
- Private Studio concentration
- Professional Performance Certificate in Dance
Arts Program News
The Meredith College Art Department Faculty & Staff Exhibition features 15 individual artists who represent current and recent faculty and staff members as well as artists-in-residence at Meredith College.
Professor of Music Kent Lyman was featured in a recent segment on South Korean television station called YTN. Lyman attracted the interest of the station during visits to South Korea and the piece, which was filmed before pandemic restrictions, covered some of the connections between North Carolina and Korea.
Meredith’s Theatre and Music programs are providing an opportunity for a double feature of performing arts — outdoors — later this week. Audiences can attend a performance of Medea and a choral concert on the same day.