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School of the Arts, Communication and Global Studies

Start expressing your creativity, exploring history or developing writing and critical thinking skills, from day one.

Explore how the School of the Arts, Communication and Global studies can provide you with a high-quality education that emphasizes practical application. 

Interested in the hospitality industry? Want to speak to people through your art, music or performance? Love learning about history and politics? Find your home in the School of the Arts, Communication and Global Studies, where you’ll get started right away developing skills necessary to be prepared for a lifetime of meaningful careers. 

Inside the classroom, you'll be led by professors with doctorates and published research to their credit. Close faculty-student relationships are at the core of our programs. Combined with the hands-on experience and caring faculty, you'll feel well-prepared to enter the workforce or enroll in graduate school.

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What were you wearing?
What were you wearing?
Oct. 5- 27, 2018
3rd Floor, Marketview Arts
This installation asks participants to understand that it’s never about clothing choice and removing those clothes is never enough to bring peace to survivors.
Women’s Rights Are Human Rights
Women's Rights are Human Rights
Oct. 5-27, 2018
1st Floor, Marketview Arts
This sampling of a larger exhibit has been organized and curated by Elizabeth Resnick to complement the What Were You Wearing and #metoo exhibits running concurrently at Marketview Arts.
Marie Antoinette
Marie Antoinette by David Adjmi
Oct. 25-27, 2018, 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 27, 2018, 3 p.m. & 7:30 p.m.
Waldner Performing Arts Center
How does a queen keep her head in the middle of a revolution? This contemporary play takes on the famous, frivolous, and doomed Marie Antoinette. Let’s eat cake! Faculty Directed by Suzanne Delle, MFA.
Our Town Exhibit
Adam DelMarcelle: Our Town
Oct. 25 - Nov. 20, 2018
Brossman Gallery
Adam DelMarcelle’s installation investigates the current landscape of the heroin and opioid epidemic and how communities and institutions are responding to the crisis.
Epidemic: an exhibition by Dr. Eric Avery and Adam DelMarcelle
Epidemic: an exhibition by Dr. Eric Avery and Adam DelMarcelle
Oct. 25 - Dec. 19, 2018
Cora Miller Gallery
Combined with Adam DelMarcelle’s, What Heroin Sounds Like, Dr. Eric Avery’s woodcuts are made in response to his experience with disease and creates a place to foster important conversation.
York Community Arts Scholars Exhibition, Volume 3
Nov. 2-20, 2018
3rd Floor, Marketview Arts
A high--profile juror chooses finalists from the best artwork created by local high school students and selects award winners.
Tick, Tick, Boom
Tick, Tick... BOOM! by Jonathan Larson
Nov. 8-10, 2018 7:30 p.m.
Nov. 10, 2018 3 p.m. & 7:30 p.m.
Perko Black Box Theatre
Before Rent, there was Tick, Tick … BOOM! This intimate, pop/rock autobiographical musical by Jonathan Larson, is the story of an aspiring composer who just wants to write one great song. Professionally directed by Mitch Nugent, the Artistic Director of PRiMA Theatre.
Worth of the Soul
Chorale and Wind Symphony
Nov. 11, 2018, 3 p.m.
Waldner Performing Arts Center
Worth of the Soul: A Musical Tribute to American Indian Warriors and Veterans with Guest Composer Jerod Impichchaachaaha’ Tate.
Casualties of War
Casualties of War: Poetry and Music of the Great War
Nov. 12, 2018, 7:30 p.m.
DeMeester Recital Hall
Guest Artists Jeffrey Fahnestock, tenor, Scott Crowne, piano, and James Watson, speaker, present a collection of poetic reflections honoring the resolution of WWI.
Rock Band: Steve Miller Band
Rock Band: Music of the Steve Miller Band
Nov. 15, 2018, 7:30 p.m.
Waldner Performing Arts Center
The York College Rock Band (YCRB) performs various classic rock and pop selections and pays tribute to the Steve Miller Band.
Contact Us
School of Arts, Communication and Global Studies
John G. Hughes, Ed.D., C.H.E., Dean
Humanities Center, Room 160
Phone: 717.815.1393
8:30 a.m.- 5 p.m.

Jennifer L. Godfrey
Executive Assistant
Humanities Center, Room 162
Phone: 717.815.6860

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