“The experiential approach at AUS means that by the time you graduate, you have developed your networks and are already connected to Seattle’s Arts Community.”
– B.J. Bullert, Core Faculty and Award-Winning Filmmaker
The Arts and Literature concentration prepares you to work in fields such as writing, publishing, the visual and performance arts, curating and arts management, or you can further your education in graduate school.
While students often choose to focus on either writing and literature or the visual and performing arts, the concentration encourages cross-disciplinary study and work. AUS students may take up to 25 percent of their courses at AUS Educational Partners organizations such as Freehold Theater, Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF), and Pratt Fine Arts Center.
Join us to learn more at our BA Info Sessions on Tuesday, January 27 and Saturday, February 7, and BA Orientation on Thursday, March 19.