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Learn, teach, imagine, create and play at the highest level.

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Vision

To be the framework of possibility.

Mission

To provide an educational environment where our students, faculty, staff and community members can learn, teach, imagine, create and play at the highest level.

School of Arts

Brookhaven College’s School of the Arts combines a comprehensive arts curriculum with extraordinary performing and exhibition opportunities. With a vision of being the “framework of possibility,” BCSA faculty and staff invite you to explore your creativity as a student or a spectator. Areas of opportunity include art, dance, drama, music, humanities and cultural studies.

Students of Brookhaven College’s School of the Arts benefit from a well defined and focused curriculum resulting in associate degrees with majors and minors in art, dance, drama, humanities and a field-of-study degree in music. Lifelong learners taking noncredit courses through the Arts Academy enjoy the same instructional opportunities and quality afforded to credit students. The Arts Academy offers courses for all ages including babies, children, teenagers and adults.

School of the Arts serves as the venue for Brookhaven College’s presentations of student performers, nationally and internationally known performers, visual artists and artists-in-residence. The Brookhaven College School of the Arts Recital Series and juried art shows also are components of the School of the Arts.

Contacts

For more information about School of the Arts, contact:

Rick Maxwell
executive dean
972-860-4731
rMaxwell@dcccd.edu

Ellen Solomon
administrative assistant to the instructional dean
972-860-4730
eSolomon@dcccd.edu
Sarah Lopez
administrative assistant to the instructional dean
972-860-4730
sLopez@dcccd.edu

Jessica Ragsdale
administrative assistant to the instructional dean
972-860-4120

See the BCSA course schedule sections for credit and noncredit courses.