Ignite your creativity and realize your potential.
Whatever the art form, Branson students drive the creative process. You will collaborate with both your teacher and peers while also honing your individual voice. You will be challenged to try new things and take artistic risks, while also learning the formal and technical elements of the discipline. You will be inspired and urged to make your art a part of your daily practice so that you can grow, improve, and move through challenges.
As a Branson student of the arts, your authentic self will inform and inspire the work you produce in any art form, and the skills you develop will serve you in all areas of life.
You’ll be at the center of the creative process, learn to redefine boundaries and use your voice in service of a vision for a more healthy, vibrant, and equitable world.
of Branson students pursue advanced level arts courses
of Branson arts classes are studio-based, with emphasis on technique, practice, exploration, and expression.
course offerings in Acting, Dance, Music and Visual Arts
of Branson arts faculty are practicing artists, actively honing their craft outside of Branson.
Gospel Night is back again, and this year, we're excited to finally gather again in person! Now in its 28th year, this joyful celebration of our Beloved Community (and, belatedly, of Black History Month) features performances by Branson students, current and former faculty/staff, and local gospel musicians.
All are invited to join us for the return of FAB, Festival of Arts at Branson, on May 19 and 21.
Join the Branson Theater Department for their annual Spring Play – Murder on the Orient Express – live and in person in the Jewett Theater in April.
The Branson Arts Department is pleased to present its annual "Body Talk Dance Concert: Poetry in Motion" in two performances on Saturday, January 22 at 7 pm and Monday, January 24 at 11:10 am.
Join us for a vibrant and engaging program of eclectic musical performances by Branson students.
Join us for one of Branson’s favorite family traditions!
The Branson LEAP program is back!
Rhana “Azalea” Menefee ’17 returned to Branson to teach a duet she co-choreographed her senior year with Allison Benguiat ’18.