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Creative Arts Program

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Our mission is to provide quality music education to the non-degree seeking individual. Regardless of age, ability or prior exposure to the arts; it is never too early or too late to venture into the lifelong enrichment and enjoyment that music provides.

Participants in our program can choose from a variety of areas of private instruction taught by a staff of professional teachers and student artists. These educators combine experience, expertise and innovation to provide the finest instruction in northwest Ohio.

Staff

Theresa Clickner, Office Assistant
Contact Us!

Online Inquiries
Phone: (419) 372-2506
Fax: (419) 372-2938
Email: cap@bgsu.edu
Moore Musical Arts Center
Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, Ohio 43403-0290

Parking

Parking is available in Lot 16 after 7 p.m. in the large lot behind the Moore Musical Arts Center. A one-day visitor’s pass can be obtained from the Visitor’s Information Center, located off Wooster Street in front of the football stadium, if parking is needed before this time. Please be aware of campus parking rules and regulations. The Creative Arts Program is not responsible for parking tickets.

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Private Music Instruction

Specific lesson times and days are scheduled with the individual instructor. Private instruction is available in several areas. Voice students must be at least 13 years old. It is the student’s responsibility to provide their own instrument and lesson books for private lessons.
 
Professional Artists
Professional artists have a master’s degree or equivalent in music and have extensive teaching and performing experience.
 
Student Artists
Student artists are BGSU College of Musical Arts’ students pursuing their bachelor’s or master’s degree, and have prior teaching and performing experience before becoming a member of our teaching staff. Student artist instructors vary by term.
 
Teachers
Interested in teaching for the Creative Arts Program? Download a Creative Arts Program Teacher Profile, submit it to the appropriate area coordinator (found within the file) for approval, and return to the Creative Arts Program coordinator.
 
Recitals
Recitals for students in the Creative Arts Program are generally scheduled once a semester.