Hamilton’s arts programs are not just for artists; they’re inclusive, and that makes them distinctive.

The purpose of the arts is not merely to develop the talents of students who major in and plan careers in these fields; it is also to integrate creative work and performance into learning and life on College Hill. After all, students should have meaningful exposure to the arts if they are to be educated fully.

Nani Suzuki ’20 talks about how her senior art project inspired her to explore her cultural identity.
SUM Artists: Visual Diagrams and Systems-Based Explorations

Wellin Museum Exhibition

SUM Artists: Visual Diagrams and Systems-Based Explorations

Featuring recent and historical artworks by thirty individual artists and collectives working across a broad array of different media including painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, installation, and artist books.
On view through June 14, 2020.

Fillius Jazz Archive
Legends Preserved

Fillius Jazz Archive

The Fillius Jazz Archive features more than 300 interviews with jazz greats. Transcripts, audio tracks and videos from the oral history interviews are available online.

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