all that the Johns Hopkins Homewood and Peabody campuses have to offer for artists, musicians, writers, filmmakers, performers, and lovers of culture in every form. Dozens of groups and clubs to join, hundreds of opportunities to express yourself and expand your artistic horizons. Get into the arts at Johns Hopkins today!

Sudler Arts Prize nominations due in March!

Homewood Arts Programs
Student arts groups, certificate program, and information on academic classes in the arts.

Homewood Art Workshops
Undergraduate visual arts program in Mattin Center.

Peabody Master Calendar of Events
Performance and events calendar.

Shriver Hall Concert Series
Presenting world-renowned and emerging chamber ensembles and soloists on campus.

Hopkins Symphony Orchestra
Symphonic and chamber concerts performed by an orchestra of students, faculty, staff, and community musicians.

Theatre Hopkins
A semi-professional adult group presenting dramatic productions on campus and in the Baltimore community.

Digital Media Center
The latest high-tech resources and instruction for students’ artistic and academic projects.

Evergreen Museum & Library
American and international masterworks in a former Gilded Age mansion near campus, offering tours, exhibitions, lectures, concerts, and events.

Homewood Museum
A National Historic Landmark with American historic interiors and decorative arts on campus, offering tours, exhibitions, lectures, concerts, and events.

Peabody Opportunities for all JHU Students
Includes dual degree and cross registrations options.

Sudler Arts Prize & President's Commendation
The university's top undergraduate awards for outstanding talent and achievements in any of the arts.

Student painting in the studio