The Division of Humanities, Fine and Performing Arts features a host of academic programs and performance opportunities for students interested in the arts and humanities. Because of our association with the Mattie Kelly Arts Center, we present unique opportunities for professional-level experiences in dance, theater, voice, music and visual arts. These experiences complement academics that provide the core for select two-year AS degrees, industry-specific certificates, or two-year transfer programs.
From philosophy and ethics to art, music and dance, the HUM/ARTS division is a vibrant and diversified center for learning and artistic expression. Chaired by Dr. Jeremy Ribando, the Division is located in the Mattie Kelly Arts Center on the NWF State College campus. Call (850) 729-5382 for more information.