Look around at the rolling green lawns of front campus, the rich, red brick of the historic Main Hall, or the unique, shaded Mabel K. Whiteside Greek Theatre in The Dell. The beauty of campus is not limited to scenery.
At Randolph, students are encouraged to develop their original self through their creative passions, whether that be through dance, theatre, musical performance, creative writing, or art.
An emphasis is placed on providing students with outlets and venues for their creativity. Randolph’s partnership with the National Gallery, London, is the only one of its kind among educational institutions in the United States, and Randolph students enjoy special internship opportunities at the National Gallery in London. Students also have access to theatre professionals involved with Randolph’s theatre-in-residence, Endstation Theatre Company.
From the long-running Greek Play, the Maier Museum of Art, the Symposium of Artists and Scholars, and the many theatrical performances each year to the Annual Dance Concert, Hail, Muse! Etc., and even the Poetry Tree, there is no shortage of ways for students to share their art.
At Randolph, students, faculty, and staff are able to experience The Creative Campus, an environment that values and encourages the creative talents of the individuals who call it home.
The Randolph Innovative Student Experience (RISE) program provides grants up to $2,000 for student-designed creative or research projects. - Purchase art supplies to create your masterpiece or travel to Paris to study in the Louvre. It's up to you.
The Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College houses the College's collection of American art. The Maier serves as an academic resource for art, art history, and museum studies students as well as a wonderful diversion for art lovers of all types.
Randolph is the only college in the U.S. partnered with the National Gallery in London. The partnership includes internships in London exclusively for Randolph students and campus visits and lectures by the gallery's art experts.
Randolph has two independent a capella groups - the all-female Songshine and the coed Voices. The music department sponsors Chorale and vocal jazz group Touch of Harmony.
Randolph's Center for Ancient Drama performs ancient Greek dramas and tragedies using original practices - no lighting, no microphones, an authentic Greek theatre, and specially designed masks that amplify your voice.
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