Students at the University of Southern California have a unique opportunity to engage with the USC Fisher Museum of Art. The museum is dedicated to providing rich and memorable experiences for all USC students. USC Thornton School of Music students hold their senior recitals in the museum. Poetry students from the English Department utilize the museum for poetry readings with classmates. Cinema School students attend special screenings in the museum and even have the opportunity to use the museum in their student films. For each exhibition, Fisher plans a special opening reception exclusively for USC students. The student receptions feature live music, DJ's, dancing, and art making workshops. The Fisher Museum has truly become an invaluable resource for students to further cultivate an appreciation for the arts and enjoy the arts in a personal and intimate way.
The USC Fisher Museum of Art also offers a vibrant array of internship opportunities for students to get involved with the museum on a deeper level. For more information or questions about how you can get involved at Fisher please contact Administrative and Public Relations Coordinator Raphael Gatchalian