McMaster’s School of the Arts’ Honours Performance Series features work of students from the graduating class of the Theatre and Film Studies program working in collaboration with third year students designers.
Thinking of studying Studio Art at McMaster? Applicants must meet general entrance requirements to Humanities and pass our portfolio interview. You will have the opportunity to meet faculty and students, see our facilities, and have your questions and concerns answered, so that you can make an informed choice about your future studies.
Welcome to the School of the Arts (SOTA) where we offer intensive programs in Studio Art, Art History, Music & Music Cognition and Theatre & Film Studies.
Empower students to act as engaged global citizens who contribute to the transformative roles of the arts in society.
To offer niche programs in Art, Art History, Music and Theater & Film Studies in an interdisciplinary School of the Arts supported by staff and faculty dedicated to high quality teaching and research. Through close connection with faculty we promote excellence in artistic production in all its diverse forms, as well as critical, theoretical analysis and study in historical and contemporary contexts.
Through creative arts practices, critical analysis and experiential learning we ignite curiosity and inspire students to question and engage as contributors in their immediate communities and broader society. Our values are rooted in a commitment to diversity and multi-faceted learning experiences.
Talent, energy, dedication -- for 46 years, each new collection of bright young singers called the Ontario Youth Choir has been pushing the boundaries of choral excellence and amazing crowds with the quality of their performances. Read More about "The Spirit of Singing"
This project uses the voices of people in Hamilton often marginalized in public debate – those who may have experienced homelessness, or those who are being left behind or pushed aside as the city grows and gentrifies. Read More about "Transforming Stories, Driving Change"
This year's Bedford Piano scholarship went to Cordell Lewis, student of Judy Hunter. Cordell receives a $1,000 award, and will be performing at next year's Humanities Awards Assembly at which he will be presented a medal. Read More about "2018 Bedford Winner"