E-mail Dr. Sonny Burnette | 863-8112
The Chamber Ensemble is open to all students; need not be music major. Auditions are required.
Open to all students; need not be music major; auditions are required.
Chorale is a select choral ensemble of approximately 40 singers. Auditions for Chorale are held during the first few days of classes in NMB 016. It is an auditioned group that provides music both on and off campus, including a tour each spring. Concert Choir is a non-auditioned group that presents a major work each semester, accompanied by a chamber orchestra. The Director of Choral Activities will conduct both groups.
The Handbell Ensemble is open to all students and need not be a music major.
Kappa Pi is the organization devoted to the visual arts on campus. Participation is open to all students, regardless of major. Celebrating more than 60 years of engagement with the visual arts on our campus, the Alpha Omicron Chapter of Kappa Pi was established at Georgetown College in 1946. Students meeting GPA requirements may apply for membership in the organization, affiliation with the national chapter, and apply for the annual art scholarship offered by the national chapter. For more information, visit their website: http://kappapiart.org/index.html
Campus advisors are the Director of Art Galleries and Curator of Collections, Laura Stewart, who is assisted by┬áDr. Juilee Decker, Art Department Chair. For more information, contact Laura at Laura_Stewart@georgetowncollege.edu 502-863-8399
The Georgetown College Maskrafters is the oldest collegiate┬átheater┬ácompany in Kentucky and offers traditional┬átheater┬áopportunities, emphasis in creating original work, and new initiatives in digital motion picture art. Open to all students interested in theater. On-stage and back-stage opportunities available; need not be a drama major.
This ensemble performs at home football and selected basketball games each semester, plus at a veritable plethora of other campus and community events. Over the years, the FTGPB has become a point of pride for our entire campus community. Additionally, the FTGPB travels extensively on a regional and national scale.┬á Rehearsal times scheduled on an ÔÇťas needÔÇŁ basis.
A large instrumental ensemble that performs a wide variety of literature composed, arranged, or transcribed for brass, woodwinds and percussion. The Tiger Symphonic Band performs one on-campus concert each semester, embarks on regional tours, and performs for other campus and community events. Rehearsal times are at 4:00 PM on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
E-mail Dr. Ed Smith | 863-8042
Wordmasters is open to all students interested in the spoken word.
College radio station; open to all students; need not be communication arts major.