Our recording studio is located in McCrory Hall for the Performing Arts and is used in conjunction with our Songwriting, Music Production, and Recording courses and Afternoon Program.
St. Andrew's-Sewanee has long enjoyed a strong reputation for its arts programs. All Upper School students must complete an arts course for graduation. Classes are demanding in scope and expectation. In addition to scheduled courses, students are able to pursue instrumental, vocal, and dance studies through private lessons. Students also may audition for the Sewanee Symphony Orchestra, the Sewanee Jazz Ensemble, and Perpetual Motion dance productions at the University of the South.
All courses listed below are one semester courses and may be taken repeatedly for credit. In addition to these offerings, students may take private voice, instrumental and/or dance lessons for an additional fee. They may also participate in SAS, community, and University performances in theatre, orchestra and dance.
In addition to these academic day courses, in 2020-2021 Afternoon Programs in Songwriting, Theater, Textile Arts, Musical Theater, and Portrait and Figure Painting.
- Beginning Guitar Ensemble (Fall and/or Spring)
- Functional Pottery (Fall and/or Spring)
- Drawing + Painting (Fall)
- Photography (Fall)
- Renaissance Theater (Fall)
- Filmmaking (Spring)
- Photography-Community Connections (Spring)
- Technical Drawing and Design (Spring)
- Theater Design and Tech (Spring)
- Music Production, Songwriting, and Recording (Fall and/or Spring)
Built in 1929 as a gymnasium, the building was transformed in 1981 to provide a spacious classroom and rehearsal studio.
Located in the Simmonds Building, our art facilities include three studios.
Built in 2009, McCrory Hall for the Performing Arts is home to our theater and music programs.
School: 931.598.5651 ext. 3209
M.A., Bowling Green State University
School: 931.598.5651 ext. 1017
M.A., University of Iowa
M.F.A., University of Iowa
School: 931.598.5651 ext. 3143
M.A., Theatre Education, The Catholic University of America