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Department of Art, Music & Theatre
Fine Arts Hall, Room 125
11935 Abercorn Street
Savannah, GA 31419
Dr. Tom Cato
An environment of curiosity, creativity, and passion. Students and faculty in the Armstrong State University Department of Art, Music & Theatre (Armstrong AMT) draw inspiration from the world round to create and sustain an enthusiastic and challenging learning environment for all.
From textbooks to textiles, playscripts to the playhouse, concertos to concert halls, distinguished AMT faculty members facilitate the learning process for each and every student through dedicated instruction and performance practice execution.
AMT students enjoy the unique opportunity Armstrong provides to compose, paint, act, design, sing, direct, sculpt, and explore many other creative avenues all while enrolled as students at Armstrong, developing impressive portfolios to equip them for the challenges that face today’s young arts professionals.
Fine Art school curriculum, liberal arts foundation. The cohesive approach of Armstrong’s exhilarating undergraduate curriculum produces discerning, well-rounded college graduates who merge the liberal arts dimension of education with invaluable hands-on skills training and competitive artistic opportunities afforded AMT students both here on our beautiful arboretum campus and locally in the awe-inspiring surroundings intrinsic to historic Savannah, Georgia.
Motivated fine arts students find success right here at Armstrong. Opportunity awaits your call.
Piano in the Arts: Songs You Know & Love: From Bach to Gershwin
September 10: AMT begins its Piano in the Arts series with Songs You Know & Love: From Bach to Gershwin, which will feature beloved solo piano masterpieces and songs performed by Benjamin Warsaw and Rebecca Flaherty.
Choral Arts Festival: SECAF 2015 Opening Concert
September 18: Armstrong AMT opens its 16th Southeastern Choral Arts Festival (SECAF) with a joint concert performance of its vocal chamber ensemble, the University Singers, and its full choir, the University Chorale, both under the baton of Armstrong director of choral activities, Robert Harris.
Piano in the Arts: Songs From Childhood
October 1: Join us as award winning pianist, Tanya Gabrielian presents an exceptional childhood themed concert. The first half of the program will focus on a reflection of the pianist’s childhood including suites and sonatas by Bach that are very dear to her heart. The second half of the concert will express Schumann and Debussy’s reflections on childhood. Special visual presentations will enhance this lively concert.