Arts & Culture

The University of Scranton hosts four special arts & culture programs that provide lectures, concerts, exhibits and theatre performances throughout the year.  We invite you to attend these events and bring your friends!  See below for information about these educational and performance programs and join our e-newsletter to receive monthly updates on all University public events. 

The Schemel Forum

The Schemel Forum is an adult educational initiative that focuses on study and discussion of classical texts and current policies, from the arts, history and philosophy to technology and theology. Visit the Schemel Forum site for more information. 

Performance Music

Performance Music features The University of Scranton Bands, Choirs and String Ensemble and renowned guest musicians representing a variety of musical genres. Visit the Performance Music website for a list of upcoming performances.

The Hope Horn Gallery

The Hope Horn Gallery at The University of Scranton is a facility devoted to fostering the arts in Northeastern Pennsylvania. All exhibits and lectures are open to the public free of charge. For further information, please visit the Gallery website

Theatre: The University of Scranton Players

The University of Scranton Players offer an exciting theatre season that is open to the public.  Prices vary.  Visit the Players website for more information. 

Questions about these programs?  Contact the Office of Community Relations at 570-941-5529 or