Schwartz Center for Performing Arts, Emory University
The Donna and Marvin Schwartz Center for Performing Arts is a place where teaching, learning, and performance merge to create a vital arts presence for the entire community. Since the opening of the Schwartz Center in February 2003, the arts have assumed a more visible, central place on the Emory campus. Because the arts are among the most exalted and enduring achievements of civilization, Emory is proud to provide a place where cultivation of the arts through teaching, learning, encouragement, and stewardship can thrive. Students, faculty, and world-renowned guest artists combine their talents and hard work to create an experience that brings culture, beauty, and provocative work to the community.
The arts programs of Emory bring students, faculty, world-renowned guest artists, and audiences together in a spirit of collaboration and discovery. Whether you choose a course of study in the arts at Emory or choose to attend a music, theater, or dance performance, an art exhibition, poetry reading, or film screening, your imagination will be stirred. Explore the Arts at Emory, nourish your creativity, and discover the experience of limitless possibilities.