Homewood Arts Programs

By A&S Magazine


When in search of a creative outlet, Johns Hopkins undergraduates need look no further than the Homewood Arts Programs. Whether they have a passion for dance, music, art, or theater, students can pursue their muse in myriad ways. The Homewood Arts Programs offer co-curricular groups where students can train, perform, gain valuable experience, meet new friends, and have fun, all while channeling their creative side. During any given academic year, more than 550 undergraduates participate in one or more of the following arts organizations, resulting in more than 100 public performances.

a cappella group performs

An a cappella group performs during orientation weekend.

Will Kirk / homewoodphoto.jhu.edu

Homewood Arts Programs By the Numbers

8 a cappella groups

3 choirs

4 bands (wind ensemble, pep band, jazz band, jazz ensemble)

1 symphony orchestra

1 chamber orchestra

15 dance groups (everything from ballet to hip-hop)

4 theater groups

2 sketch comedy groups

1 entertainers club (variety acts)

1 fine arts group

Watch Scenes from the 2011 JHU Arts Festival >>