Creativity knows no bounds.
When you explore the creative arts pathway, you join a community of individuals who seek opportunities to express their creative interests through their career or personal life choices. You’ll find a constant stream of events to help you meet students, faculty, and community members engaging in arts-related activities.
While some students may see themselves as future artists, musicians, writers, or actors, many students who consider this pathway will pursue opportunities to apply creative thought in ways you might not expect. In the creative arts, it’s less about what you do than how you do it.
Go ahead. Explore.
When Ananias McGee ’17 decided to come to Lake Forest College, theater wasn’t even on his mind. Four years later, a play he wrote will kick off the Department of Theater’s spring season.
The Only Road written by Alexandra Diaz ’04 has won the Pura Belpré Honor award “presented annually to a Latino/Latina writer and illustrator whose work best portrays, affirms, and celebrates the Latino cultural experience in an outstanding work of literature for children and youth.”
Rachel Jones ’17 is the 2017 All College Writing Contest winner for her paper entitled, “Music as an Illustration of Emotional Structure in Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing.“