• Fine Arts at Hamline

    Unleash your inner Picasso—paint, draw, sketch, or sculpt your masterpiece. Hear the thunder of applause after your theatrical debut. Make music in a rock band or the orchestra. Finish your novel or perform at a poetry slam. Use digital media to create music, films, and art. Whatever your passion—or your medium—you can pursue it at Hamline.

  • Fine Arts Facilities

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    Soeffker Gallery

    Hamline's art Gallery features painters such as Picasso and Warhol as well as Senior artwork

    View our Art
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    Anne Simley Theatre

    The 289 seat proscenium theatre, is located in the Drew Fine Arts Complex and was built in 1983.

    Take the Stage
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    Sundin Music Hall

    The Beautiful Sundin Hall features Hamline's musically talented students in its world-class facilities.

    Take a Seat
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    TV Studio

    Hamline's TV Studio makes high-tech recording and editing software available for students.

    Take a Look
  • Art in the Community

    Nestled in the Twin Cities, Hamline is surrounded by a thriving art community. Students need only to step off campus to find themselves in a sculpture garden, or near one of the Twin Cities' many theatres. There are countless opportunities to act, sing, dance, and explore the rich cultural environment.

  • Hamline Fine Arts Spotlight

    Malala YousafzaiIntaglio print by current Studio Art major, Rachel Todd, in honor of Malala Yousafzai receiving the Nobel Peace Prize.

    Malala Yousafzai is the youngest person to ever win a Nobel Peace Prize. She was awarded the prize for her work as an advocate for the educational rights of children. She has continued her brave work despite the danger and threats to her young life.

    Rachel has created this portrait of Malala using the intaglio printmaking processes she has learned in her Studio Art courses. She engraved the image into a sheet of metal with hand tools and dipped it in an acid bath before coating it with ink and transferring the image onto paper.

  • Events

    Mar. 4
    7 - 9 p.m.

    MFA and BFA students alike, come join West Egg Literati as we listen and enjoy readings from Megan Atwood, John Brandon, Laura Flynn, Deborah Keenan, Brian Malloy, Sheila O’Connor, David Oppegaard, Mary Rockcastle, and Katrina Vandenberg in GLC 100E! It's a can't-miss event with incredible words from those who teach us to create ours. Light refreshments served.

  • News

    Sorry to Disrupt the Peace, a new novel by Hamline alumnus Patty Yumi Cottrell (BA in English, 2004), will be the focus of a Hamline community reading group with Cottrell on Thursday, April 13 from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Cottrell will give a public reading at 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 13 in Giddens Learning Center 100E.

    The spring 2017 HIPAL (Hamline Initiative for Professional and Academic Liasions) Keynote Lecture will take place on Tuesday, March 7 from 7-8 p.m. in Giddens Learning Center Room 100E.  It will feature guest lecturer Bradley F. Boeve, MD, a professor of neurology and chair of the Division of Behavioral Neurology at Mayo Clinic Rochester.