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Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts Cancels All Events for Spring Semester

The University of Oklahoma has issued an update to the following restriction due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and as a precautionary and protective measure: all University-related events scheduled to occur during the 2020 spring semester are canceled. This includes, but is not limited to: performances, art exhibitions, recruitment events, tours, student programs, reunions, conferences and social events.

Let's Stay Safe Together, 6 Feet Apart!

We are all in this together, so please stay safe and remember to wash your hands and practice social distancing! We must be mindful of our personal health by practicing good hygiene and continuing to follow guidance from the CDC.

Dean Mary Margaret Holt Honored with Lifetime Achievement Award

Dean Holt

Mary Margaret Holt, dean of the Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts, has been selected for a lifetime achievement award in honor of her significant contributions to ballet excellence in higher education. 


Dr. Sheila Hoffman, Arts! Arts! Arts! 2020 Luminary Award Recipient

Sheila Hoffman Ph.D.

Art historian, professor and curator, Sheila Hoffman, Ph.D., will receive the Arts Luminary Award at the annual Arts! Arts! Arts! Gala hosted by the Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts at the University of Oklahoma. The gala event is scheduled for Sunday, March 1, in the Oklahoma Memorial Union, 900 Asp Ave., on the OU Norman campus.

Hoffman is a distinguished graduate of the OU School of Visual Arts and a 16-year veteran curator and director of fine art museums in Oklahoma, Michigan and New York. Hoffman draws on a breadth of curatorial and administrative experience to apply to her thinking about the future of museums and material object documentation.

Welcome to OU Fine Arts

Each year the Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts, with each of its five highly ranked schools of music, art, drama, dance and musical theatre, present a large array of concerts, lectures, art exhibitions and theatre productions. Rooted in excellence, our students learn from the best professional faculty, staff and guest artists to set new standards and achieve new heights. This video will give you a glimpse into OU FINE ARTS.

Arts Management and Entrepreneurship Graduate Certificate

Arts Mgmt. and Entrepreneurship certificate

The Arts Management and Entrepreneurship (AME) Graduate Certificate is a program meant for students interested in building a career in the arts in an exciting but ever-changing marketplace. The program is built on a flexible structure of fine arts, arts entrepreneurship, and MBA courses that develop the skills needed for career success and creative impact. Offered by the Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts in collaboration with the Price College of Business. Learn more

Fine Arts Student Emergency Fund

The Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts offers the largest and most comprehensive fine arts program in the state of Oklahoma. We are immensely proud of our students, and ask that you join us in assisting them with a helping hand through the newly established Fine Arts Student Emergency Fund.

With your help, we can make a difference!


OU Arts District Events

Visual Arts

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The only institution in the state to offer a graduate degree in art history at both the master’s and doctoral level.

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Considered one of the leading programs in the nation for training in ballet and modern dance technique.

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The second oldest established school in the nation, behind Yale University.

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Oklahoma’s only comprehensive music school.

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Musical Theatre

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The only School of Musical Theatre within a public university in the country.

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