Dickinson will invite students back for the spring. Campus buildings are closed and face coverings are required on campus.
Working together from across the country and around the world, Dickinsonians present an interarts digital concert that's a triumph of creativity and collaboration.
This spring's public arts events include three major anniversary celebrations, the first staged Dickinson opera in two decades and thought-provoking social-justice works. See video to learn more.
Dickinson offers Leah Blatt ’22 the rare opportunity to merge professional ballet training and an international business education with the liberal arts.
Through global coursework and internships, Espoir DelMain ’21 is learning how to foster lasting, positive social change.
Interarts concert brings together choreography, visual art, music and writings by Dickinson faculty members in "an imaginative, provocative space."
Dickinson's new Ballet Certificate Program With Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet offers high-level ballet instruction with a rigorous liberal-arts education.
Fall 2019 is an exciting time at Dickinson, with two major interarts events on tap and a lineup of visiting artists who bring an array of perspectives to the mix.
Using his acting training at Dickinson, Vincent Paterson '72 created a career as a globally acclaimed choreographer who's worked with superstars in music, film and live theatre.
After retiring from a corporate career, singer Kathryn Engle '71 got back to her first love, the stage.
A performance created specifically for the Carlisle Theatre, and inspired by its history, takes audiences through different spaces inside that Carlisle gem and explores those spaces across time.
From 'Paradise Lost' to the Carlisle Indian School to Homer Simpson, this fall's public arts events draw from diverse inspirations and showcase deep talent.
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