Whether you are an aspiring artist or a local arts lover, our School of the Arts is your ticket to exciting visual and performing arts opportunities!
Creativity That Works
Creativity That Works is our initiative to prepare passionate young artists like you for productive careers in the arts. You’ll hone your craft as well as gaining skills in marketing for the arts, portfolio development and career management. Blending your craft with these inter-disciplinary skills will give you an edge when you go to seek jobs and opportunities in the art world. All School of the Arts students will gain professional experience through their choice of internship, faculty-mentored research projects in arts fields, or other opportunities.
The School of the Arts at Converse College inspires, teaches, and trains artists; fosters communication, creativity and scholarship; and nurtures an appreciation of the visual and performing arts.
The School of the Arts at Converse College values and believes in the arts as a path to inspiration, imagination, discovery, expression and transformation.
Double Major Takes on Two Leadership Roles During Senior Year
Theatre and History double major Sarah Faye Moore ’21 tackled two leadership roles during her senior year in addition to preparing both of her capstones. She served as Mortar Board …
Studio Art Senior Has Print Accepted into ‘Creativity During Covid’ Exhibition
Laura Mayne ’21 had her screen-print accepted in the exhibition “Seeing 20/20: Creativity During Covid” at the Lauren Rogers Museum of Art in Laurel, Mississippi. Artists across the country submitted …
Music Business Professor Jeter Wins SC Press Association Award
The South Carolina Press Association honored Converse Professor John Jeter with a first-prize award for ‘News Feature Writing’ in the Greenville Journal. Professor John Jeter is an adjunct professor in …
Studio Art Grad Celebrates Multiple National Exhibitions
Printmaking alumna, Rosetta Nesbitt ‘15 exhibited at The Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts & Sciences in Loveladies, NJ. Her relief print “Conjuring” was accepted into this year’s “Works …