Fine and Performing Arts Department

Supporting a rich cultural experience at Regis University is a key initiative of the Department of Fine and Performing Arts and a wide variety of concerts, exhibits, lectures and performances are made available for the entire community to enjoy. The department is divided into two units: the Art Program and the Music Program.

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Art Program

The Art Program offers dynamic courses in Art History and the Visual Arts, including concentrations in Digital Art, Drawing, Graphic Design, Painting, Photography, Printmaking and Sculpture.

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Music Program

The Music Program is intended for students at all levels of experience, offering beginning to advanced music lessons and classes, performing ensembles, and courses in music history, music theory and composition.

O'Sullivan Art Gallery

The O'Sullivan Art Gallery is located on the Northwest Denver Campus and typically hosts six exhibitions annually from acclaimed local and national artists. All exhibitions and events in the O'Sullivan Art Gallery are free and open to the public.

The Recorder Music Center

The Recorder Music Center (RMC), housed in and jointly maintained with Dayton Memorial Library, provides an international repository of recorder music and a friendly, full-service research center for recorder music.

Our Ranked Faculty

Mark Davenport, Ph.D.

Professor and Director, Recorder Music Center

Raul Dominguez, DMA

Assistant Professor, Director of Choral Activities

Robin Hextrum

Associate Professor

Khristin Montes, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Anthony Ortega


William Sutton

Co-Chair and Professor

Trudi Wright, Ph.D.

Co-Chair (Music) and Associate Professor