Afro Blue, the dynamic vocal jazz ensemble from Howard University, has performed to wide critical acclaim. Ensemble requirements and audition guidelines apply. For additional information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The James A. Porter Colloquium is named in honor of the late Dr. James A. Porter, scholar, art historian and former Chair of the Department of Art Howard University. The annual colloquium builds on Dr. Porter’s pioneering work to nurture the scholarly study, appreciation and celebration of African American Art.
The Fine Arts Collective is an interdisciplinary project across all three departments at the College of Fine Arts. This event features custom designs, new choreography, fresh spoken word and original music from alumni.
The Howard University Choir has a long and prestigious history as an ambassador for the University and representative for the nation. Ensemble requirements and audition guidelines apply. For additional information, email Eric Poole at email@example.com.
The Howard University Concert Band is one of the premiere performing ensembles in the Office of Choirs and Bands. Ensemble requirements and audition guidelines apply. For additional information, contact Michael Fitzhugh by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Howard University Gallery of Art was officially established in 1928 by action of the Board of Trustees to “make revolving exhibitions of contemporary arts and crafts available for visitation and study.”
The Howard University Jazz Ensemble (HUJE) is recognized as one of the foremost university jazz ensembles in the world. For additional information, email Fred Irby III at email@example.com.
The Showtime Band performs at all home football games and has traveled to perform at numerous NFL games. Membership is open to all students and incoming freshmen. Ensemble requirements and audition guidelines apply. For additional information, contact Michael Fitzhugh, Associate Director of Bands at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SanCOFA Seasonal Event Programs showcase the performing arts at the Howard University Department of Theatre Arts.