Students in the School of Humanities, Fine and Performing Arts may develop their oral and written communication skills in Writing Studies, Rhetoric, and English and other languages - both classical and modern. The school also features a broad variety of stages where they can explore and enhance their talents as well as their ability to learn and think with creativity, imagination, and sensitivity while being exposed to the best that the history of humanity has to offer in the study of art history, dance, drama, fine arts and design, music, rhetoric and writing studies.
Explore Adams Playhouse- Theater
Explore Calkins Hall- Fine Arts & Humanities
Students and alumni from Hofstra University’s Music Department are continuing to share their talents online with a series of beautifully compiled virtual performances.
Great Writers, Great Readings Series
Each Great Writers, Great Readings event brings a notable author to campus to meet with creative writing students for a short workshop and question/answer session.
Since graduation, Nicole Barth '05 and the award-winning firm she co-founded – Ronik – use art and emerging technologies to shape brands, build reputations, and create experiences.
About the School
From our robust and enriching programs, students may develop their writing, literary, and artistic talents in preparation for careers in the arts and other fields, such as publishing, grant writing, curating, nonprofit administration, web design and development, and education.