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.
Discover the Arts
Kennedy Arts Center
Step inside the bustling Kevin and Karen Kennedy Center for Theatre and the Studio Arts, the most recent component added to Hamilton’s dynamic arts neighborhood.
“If you were to ask me to describe my life in three words, I would say “music and theatre” without a second thought. But often, my two interests remain somewhat separated; a musician exists in an ensemble, and acting is at home in a staged play. So, when the opportunity to do both at once presents itself, I grasp onto it as soon and as long as I can.”
Take a virtual tour and see 360 photos and videos of the Hamilton spaces devoted to the arts.
Celebrating the Wellin Museum’s 10th Anniversary
Dialogues Across Disciplines
Featuring a selection of more than 140 artworks acquired through gifts and purchases made throughout the last decade, the exhibition highlights the museum’s ongoing commitment to building a globally representative collection.