GLENVILLE, WV – The Glenville State University Department of Fine Arts will be hosting Audition and Portfolio Day on Tuesday, April 12. Prospective students are invited to visit campus for the event to gain entrance into the University’s music and art programs.
Glenville State has a long history of excellence as the premiere small university in West Virginia to study music, music education, and art and design, with programs featuring small class sizes and immersive instruction.
“As a music student at Glenville State University, you’ll find the same variety of performance opportunities available at a large school,” said Department Chair and Assistant Professor of Music, Dr. Jason Barr. “Students can take part in both large and small vocal ensembles, percussion ensembles, our world-renowned tuba and euphonium ensemble, jazz big band and combos, as well as our Pioneer Marching Band and pep band.”
“Art and graphic design students have access to our applied learning Art & Design Lab to bring together the traditional art program and the digital design program into one fully integrated Bachelor of Arts degree program. We have integrated six career paths to choose from, including Graphic Design, Digital Illustration, Strategic Design, Digital Media, Drawing & Painting, and Ceramics,” Barr added.
Prospective students who would like to audition for the music program or present their portfolio for the art program should make plans to attend Audition and Portfolio Day. Visit https://go.glenville.edu/3s8tVuJ to sign up.
Audition and Portfolio Day, originally scheduled on March 22, was rescheduled for April 12 to accommodate the Department of Fine Arts as they travel to Birmingham, Alabama to support the Lady Pioneers basketball team in the Elite Eight tournament.
For additional information, email Jason.Barr@glenville.edu.