Department of Fine & Performing Arts
The Department of Fine and Performing Arts at Morgan State University is a vibrant and exciting part of the College of Liberal Arts. Located in the Carl J. Murphy Center Fine Arts Center, classes and performances take place in this state-of-the art facility. Performance spaces include the Gilliam Concert Hall, Turpin-Lamb Theater, Recital Hall and the Outdoor Amphitheater. This facility also houses the James E. Lewis Museum of Art in which faculty and student, as well as guest artists, works are displayed.
Future Bears whose majors (and minors) are Music, Theatre, and Visual Arts will find that our faculty and learning spaces are integral to their development as they pursue careers as arts educators, administrators, leaders, performers, innovators and more.
Department of Fine and Performing Arts
1700 E. Cold Spring Lane
Baltimore, MD 21251
The Music program offers Bachelor and Master of Arts degrees in Music. Music majors earn a well-rounded degree allowing them to focus in careers such as performance and/or teaching.
Theatre Arts Program
The Theatre Arts Program of the Fine Arts Department produces graduates possessing a well-rounded liberal arts education through a general Theatre Arts concentration.
Visual Arts Program
The Visual Arts program at MSU provides opportunities for students pursing a B.A. in Fine Arts to develop historical and philosophical perspectives on the visual arts.