Participation in the arts encourages our students to develop their insight, compassion, creativity, critical thinking, and willingness to take risks.

The Lafayette College campus houses multiple arts and cultural spaces accessible to students and the public: Williams Center for the Arts, the Williams Visual Arts Building, Buck Hall (Weiss Theater and Landis Cinema), the Experimental Printmaking Institute, Ahart Family Arts Plaza and several Galleries.

Within these spaces, we present exceptional music and theater performances, film screenings, faculty-directed work, artist exhibits, lectures, workshops, and much more. The Arts at Lafayette strive to engage our community, both on and off campus, through diverse, insightful, and essential programming.