WELCOME TO THE FINE ARTS DIVISION
Division office is not taking walk-ins. Please email email@example.com for assistance.
All Fine Arts Fall 2020 classes will be conducted online
All Fine Arts Classes are either Distance Education online courses or will be taught remotely and will not return to campus. Registered students mus login to the Canvas course site and/or email your instructor. Please follow the instructions at https://www.elcamino.edu/library/distance-ed/Canvas_Students.aspx before the start of the semester or you may be dropped from the course.
Fine Arts Division
Monday - Friday
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The Division of Fine Arts provides a comprehensive lower division curriculum for fine arts majors preparing to transfer to four-year universities. Courses help students develop their talents and skills in interpretive and creative expression, while completing general education transfer requirements, vocational and career technical training and certification, certificates and degrees. The division is comprised of seven departments: Art, Dance, Film/Video, Music, Photography, Communication Studies, and Theatre.
Fine Arts Division faculty members remain active in their professions and are recognized as part of the thriving Los Angeles art scene, bringing vitality and inspiration to the El Camino College classroom. Extensive facilities are designed to maximize student success and include technologically-advanced computer and photo labs, a metal foundry, spacious studios, numerous practice rooms, and an extensive music library.
For course syllabi, please contact the division office.
For information on cancelled Fine Arts events, please go to: www.centerforthearts.org
The Center for the Arts supports the instructional program of the division and enriches the cultural life of the campus and surrounding communities by presenting resident and guest artist performances, theater productions, recitals, debates, speakers forums, student productions, master classes, workshops, and lectures in three campus venues: Marsee Auditorium, Campus Theatre, and Haag Recital Hall.
The Art Gallery is an important part of the cultural landscape of the South Bay, attracting many outside visitors to the campus each year. It is free and open to the public and offers a valuable opportunity to students and interested community members to explore and experience contemporary and historical works of art from many cultures. The gallery features six exhibitions a year, showcasing outstanding works by students, faculty, and local artists.
Dr. Berkeley Price, Dean
Walter Cox, Associate Dean
Patricia Amezcua, Administrative Assistant
Lori Yamasaki, Project Specialist
Debbie Kyte, Senior Clerical Assistant
Fine Arts Counselors:
Kelsey Iino - 310-660-3593, Ext. 3404
Griselda Castro – 310-660-3593, Ext. 3403
Monica Lanier - 310-660-3593, Ext. 7805