USC is home to some of the best arts programs in the country. Visions and Voices is proud to be a university-wide initiative that works closely with our many outstanding arts and humanities
schools and departments. Please visit our campus partners for more information on additional arts and humanities programs at USC.
Annenberg School for Communication
The Annenberg School is one of the nation’s premier institutions for the study of communication and journalism.
Arts and Events Calendar
Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences
The USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences plays an integral role in the intellectual life of our academic community.
USC Fisher Museum of Art
The USC Fisher Museum of Art, an American Association of Museums (AAM) accredited museum, offers the USC community and the public a variety of changing exhibitions in contemporary and historical
Los Angeles Institute for the Humanities
The Los Angeles Institute for the Humanities was founded in 1998 to create an intellectual center for our city by bringing together academics and writers, musicians and dancers, curators and critics, journalists and poets.
Office of Campus Activities
The Office of Campus Activities provides opportunities for student involvement and leadership development.
Roski School of Fine Arts
The school sponsors free exhibits and lecture series, held throughout the year, featuring nationally distinguished artists and critics.
School of Architecture
Established in 1916, the School of Architecture today is poised to capitalize on its unparalleled legacy of enlightened direction, originality and commitment to the fundamental issues of design and professional excellence in a rapidly changing world.
School of Cinematic Arts
Various departments within the School of Cinematic Arts conduct special seminars and screenings featuring distinguished filmmakers and scholars.
School of Dramatic Arts
The USC School of Theatre’s season of performances is enjoyed each year by students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends, as well as many Los Angeles theatregoers. New and contemporary plays, innovative productions of classical works and a spring musical are featured each year.
Shoah Foundation Institute for Visual History and Education
Dedicated to research and scholarship in the humanities and social sciences, the USC Shoah Foundation Institute for Visual History and Education houses a vast collection of Holocaust materials, including 52,000 testimonies of survivors and other witnesses to the Holocaust.
USC Spectrum, a program of the Division of Student Affairs, presents an annual season of arts and lecture programs by nationally and internationally known artists and personalities for the education and entertainment of the USC community and its neighbors.
Student Program Board
The Student Program Board provides information on student-run assemblies and programming committees for USC events.
Thornton School of Music
The USC Thornton School of Music presents more than 500 student and faculty performances throughout the year, both on and off campus. Ensembles present a variety of vocal and instrumental music in a broad range of musical styles.
The USC Libraries, including the historic Edward L. Doheny, Jr. Memorial Library, have served as an intellectual center and cultural treasure for generations of students, faculty and staff since it opened
Viterbi School of Engineering
The Viterbi School is celebrating a century of engineering at USC and leading in the age of information services, the Internet, biomedical miracles and the wonders of nanotechnology.
In addition to the campus partners listed above, the Office of the Provost would like to thank the following departments for their extensive support of USC Visions and Voices: The Arts and Humanities Initiative.
Office of Cultural Relations and University Events
Office for Parent Programs
Office of Residential Education
Student Life and Involvement