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The Caine College of the Arts provides for a collaborative culture in which a unified “community of the arts” can thrive. This collaboration supports opportunities in discovery, teaching, and learning, connections across artistic disciplines, and expanded outreach partnerships and possibilities. Collaboration and outreach position Utah State University as a national model for the “new land-grant university” where personal, professional, academic, and community enrichment through the arts is a major institutional goal. The Caine College of the Arts brings together students and faculty for artistic study and a liberal arts education at a research university.
The Caine College of the Arts offers: a visiting artist program that brings to campus nationally renowned artists and designers, award-winning faculty members, a world-class performance hall, internship assignments with prominent artists and designers, and international study opportunities. The Caine College of the Arts includes the Departments of Art & Design, Music, and Theatre Arts, and is closely affiliated with the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art on the USU campus.
UW-Madison is located in the center of the city of Madison, a thriving and scenic state capital in south-central Wisconsin with a population of more than 243,000 (approximately 500,000 metro). Madison has consistently been ranked among the best communities to live in the U.S., including making the top-10 lists for most livable cities, best college towns and best green communities.
The Theatre Department participates in the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, the Georgia Theatre Conference, SETCs, Thespians Conference. Faculty are on the Board of the Georgia Theatre Conference and past president of the Association for Theatre in Higher Education. All faculty work professionally and have networks to help place students after graduation.
Georgia College has ranked one of the Best Regional Universities in U.S. New and World Report. Princeton Review named Georgia College as “One of the Best in the Southeast.”