Visual & Performing Arts
Norwich Free Academy’s focus upon a liberal arts education includes a serious commitment to arts education. Arts education is central to NFA's history and identity. Since 1890, The Norwich Art School has been home to the Academy’s programs for the Visual & Performing Arts and has played an active role in the institutional evolution of Norwich Free Academy.
With the Slater Museum, one of two professionally staffed, full-time art museums on a high school campus in the nation, The Norwich Art School and Norwich Free Academy form an institutional triad preparing artists for art school with the intensity and vigor with which scholars are prepared for post-secondary education and young people for the work world.
For more information about specific courses or programs, visit the complete listing of Visual & Performing Arts Course Offerings in NFA’s Course Catalog.