Offering dynamic and creative programs in art and design, grounded in the liberal arts.
Do you have an interest in visual design or performing arts? Accreditation by three independent associations means Endicott exceeds the standards of other institutions. Advance your talent and career with a rewarding life in the arts.
About Visual & Performing Arts
If you are a prospective student with passion and talent, we invite you to explore your possibilities at Endicott - one of the top 20 best-rated colleges for aspiring artists!
Our School of Visual and Performing Arts is committed to helping you realize your full potential through studio programs and classroom instruction that develop proficiency in both the creative and technical aspects of your field of interest. From art education to theater or dance to graphic design, you’ll be inspired by the talent and creativity of your peers, and you will benefit from the unwavering support of faculty who are committed to helping you succeed in the real world.
Statistics reflect the 2016 the graduating class. Percentages may exceed more than 100 since graduates may be represented in more than one category.
Top-notch arts facilities on a picturesque oceanfront campus: can you imagine a better place to inspire creativity?
The cultural heart of our campus and an important part of the surrounding community, the Manninen Center for the Arts features inspiring spaces for arts studies as well as museum-quality galleries, state-of-the-art studio spaces and performance venues for music, drama and dance, all under one roof.Visual & Performing Arts Facilities
Beyond the Classroom
Pick up an instrument, a script, a songbook, or your dancing shoes, and join in!
Arts opportunities abound on campus. Our faculty-directed and student-directed clubs and organizations in the School of Visual & Performing Arts provide a creative outlet for all students- not just majors in our programs.Explore Clubs & Organizations
Endicott College is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC), the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD) and the Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA).