Creativity on Display
Studio Art, Art History, Music, Museum Studies, Theater, Film & Media Studies. The visual and performing arts are alive and well at St. Mary's.
Graduates from these degree programs go on to excel as artists, graphic designers, musicians, actors, filmmakers, playwrights, museum curators and arts educators.
St. Mary's graduates bring their talents to many excellent arts organizations and educational institutions, including:
|Alaska Center for the Performing Arts||Everyman Theatre of Baltimore||National Portrait Gallery
|Barnes Foundation of Philadelphia
||Frederick Symphony Orchestra||New Harmony Gallery||Textile Museum|
|Centerstage Theatre of Baltimore||Hirshorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
||Oakland Museum of California||The Equiery|
|Children's Theatre of Cincinnatti||Kennedy Center for Performing Arts||Phillips Collection||University of North Carolina|
|Creative Time||Montgomery County Public Schools||Pratt Institute||Washington Opera|
|dbHMS Architects||Musical Theatre International||Shakespeare Theatre||Wolf Trap Opera|
|Denver Museum of Contemporary Art||National Gallery of Art||Sitar Arts Center||Yale University|
Dorothy Fisher '13
Current Position: Graduate studies in Art History at the Courtauld Institute, University of London
Major: Art History
"St. Mary’s prepared me to succeed. I know between my amazing professors at St. Mary's and my internship in museum studies at the Boyden Gallery, I am set up to excel in grad school and beyond!"