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Haverford College
Department of Fine Arts
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Welcome to Fine Arts at Haverford

The philosophy of the Fine Arts Department centers on the concept that observational skills are the cornerstone of all visual art disciplines.

Cognition and processing of information are in fact key skills in any discipline, whether in the humanities or in the sciences. Studio classes are small and students from beginners to majors receive individual instruction. Every student is encouraged to develop the technical and analytical skills necessary to create artwork. The Fine Arts Department program is specifically geared towards enhancing visual perception. Such finely tuned skills can be of professional and personal benefit to any person.

Inside Fine Arts

  • Curriculum

    Curriculum

    Learn the basis of the academic programs of the Department of Fine Arts.
  • Disciplines

    Disciplines

    Focus your skills in Photography, Painting, Printmaking, Drawing or Sculpture through our rigorous program
  • Facilities

    Facilities

    Take a tour of the Fine Arts facilities, studio and exhibit spaces.

News

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    DIG INTO THE ARCHIVES: revealing the treasures of Haverford's Special Collections- APRIL 7@ 4:30PM

    JAMES GULICK, Humanities Bibliographer and WILLIAM WILLIAMS, Curator of Photographer invite you to join us. We will be providing information about photography in Haverford's extensive collection of prints, books, manuscripts, and digital resources.
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    Foreign Terrain: The Paintings of Ying Li

    April 9th - May 14th, 2014
    Opening Reception: Wednesday, April 9th from 5 - 7pm

    Artist's Gallery Talk: Thursday, April 10th from 2:30 - 3:30pm
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    LECTURE AND OPENING: Gallery talk with photographer William Earle Williams

    Mar 21 2014 from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM - ZOELLNER, Main Gallery

    Williams discusses his exhibition "A Stirring Song Sung Heroic" in a gallery talk. Reception to follow. All LUAG events are free and open to the public. For more information call 610-758-3615.
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Events

Monday, September 8th, 2014

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