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Express yourself. Collaborate. Integrate arts with your life.

Two Beloit College students perform.

This channel is for you if…

  • You want to deepen your creative practice in a supportive community.
  • You believe collaboration can expand your creative potential.
  • You realize that the arts do more than reflect the world, but rather they shape how society sees itself.
  • You tell stories using language, visual media, sound, or movement.
  • You know that the skills you develop in the arts can support any career you pursue.

Arts Opportunities

Student Work

Britney Johnson’20

Britney Johnson recognized for academic achievements, dedication to community

An award named for Martha Peterson, Beloit’s 7th college president, has singled out one remarkable graduate each year since 1981.

   Kerry Randazzo’20

Art in Service of a Greater Cause

Kerry Randazzo’20 combined his love of theatre arts with a major in environmental arts and communications.


After Beloit

Jake Quatt’19 drafting what became the Winter 2020 cover.

The Artist Behind Our Cover

Jake Quatt’19 worked with the college’s magazine staff to create a cover illustration.

Amanda Browder ’98, in back, looks on as Sophia Hale-Brown ’18, left, Nancy Story, center, and Joyce Ronan work on “Power Plant Beloit.” (The finished piece is on our inside front cover.)

Ephemeral Art is One BIG Collaboration

“It’s a ‘we’ project, not an ‘I’ project,” Amanda Browder’98 says of “Power Plant Beloit,” a 35-foot by 35-foot multi-colored, multi-textured work of art made up of around 30 strips of fabric sewn together by dozens of hands over the course of two weeks in late March.




Navigating Unconventional Channels: The Liberal Arts as Your Compass

Alumni panel focusing on unconventional career stories, featuring: Jennifer Vogl ’98, Mark Wold ’95, and Bjorn Munson ’96.


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