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Arts Studio

Misericordia University offers studio art classes in painting, sculpture, drawing, and pottery. Misericordia worked hand-in-glove with the Back Mountain Arts Association to obtain a grant to renovate the 3,700-square-foot former auto dealership building. The large space, good lighting, and contiguous location to Passan Hall - College of Health Sciences building provides a unique opportunity for Misericordia students and members of the Back Mountain community to take art courses. The courses are taught by local artists. The arts offerings continue to enhance the excellent “town and gown” relationship between Misericordia and its Back Mountain neighbors.



Under a unique arrangement with Dallas Borough, Misericordia University offers studio art classes in painting, sculpture, drawing, and pottery.


Misericordia worked hand-in-glove with the Back Mountain Arts Association to obtain a grant to renovate the 3,700-square-foot former auto dealership building.


The large space, good lighting, and contiguous location to Passan Hall provide opportunities for Misericordia students and members of the Back Mountain community to take art courses. The courses are taught by local artists.


The arts offerings continue to enhance the excellent “town and gown” relationship between Misericordia and its Back Mountain neighbors.