Much of the superb art of the Stevens Point area is created and displayed at UW-Stevens Point, thanks to a number of impressive departments within the university’s College of Fine Arts & Communication.

  • Carlsten Art Gallery. This gallery highlights student, faculty and guest artists by rotating monthly exhibits and also featuring a permanent art collection. You’ll find this gallery in the Noel Fine Arts Center.
  • Scarabocchio Art Museum. Scarabocchio, which means “doodle” in Italian, is the featured artistic technique used by the museum’s founder, Dr. David L. Smith.
  • Music ensembles. With nearly daily performances, at almost any time you can get a taste of the UW-Stevens Point’s Department of Music. Ensembles include bands, choirs, jazz and orchestra.
  • Theatre and dance productions. Intensive class work culminates in monthly student theatre and dance productions.
  • Design Center. Offering graphic design students the opportunity to work with real world clients, the Design Center has worked with hundreds of clients to produce professional design work.
  • Computer music center. Here students have access to 18 computer workstations and 12 portable practice stations, where they can foster creative skills while learning the ins-and-outs of digital music and recording technology.
  • Suzuki Programs. The Aber Suzuki Center presents programs designed to teach the musical principles of Dr. Shinichi Suzuki, including a two-week summer music session that more than 1,200 people attend.