UMass Fine Arts Center
- Non-Profit Organizations
We offer a variety of stellar arts and education programs that create a unique delivery service for the arts with many points of entry and a variety of depth of experiences that impact the lives of students from the University of Massachusetts and the Five Colleges, as well as the campus and regional communities. Each program engages its audience with a unique, curatorial vision appealing to different individuals and groups both on and off campus. Combined, these programs fulfills the Center's mission by providing affordable access to high quality arts programming while being engaged in public service that advances knowledge and improves lives.
The Fine Arts Center's focus on providing education and access programs that deepen appreciation, understanding and knowledge of the arts makes it a critical site for experiential student learning in the arts, creative community engagement, educational collaboration, and artistic exploration. It's a successful model for service learning and community collaborations; and exemplifies practices of inclusiveness and diversity.
Programs of the Fine Arts Center include the Arts Council, Asian Arts and Culture Program, Augusta Savage Gallery, Center Series, Hampden and Central Galleries, Jazz in July workshops, The Lively Arts, Magic Triangle Series, New WORLD Theater, Global Arts, and University Gallery.
- Visual art