The Seton Hall University touring choir is the largest choir at Seton Hall University. Its auditioned members consist of Seton Hall University undergraduate students, alumni, community members and faculty. The group, which began over a decade ago, now boasts over sixty members. It has achieved high distinction and recognition from numerous organizations due to its continuing efforts. Concerts are given twice annually, either on the main campus of Seton Hall University or nearby in the town of South Orange. The choir also sings with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra every December for its annual Pops Concerts. These Pops Concerts are held at the New Jersey State Theater and at the New Jersey Performance Arts Center. The choir also tours every other year. Past tours have included Quebec, Canada, and Rome, Italy.
Institute of Museum Ethics
The Institute of Museum Ethics is sponsored by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, and is housed on Seton Hall’s campus. IME is affiliated with Seton Hall’s M.A. Museum Professions program. To learn more about the Institute of Museum Ethics, visit www.museumethics.org.
The Walsh Gallery is the primary exhibition space on the South Orange campus of Seton Hall University. Since its inception in 1994, the gallery has presented dynamic exhibitions with a broad range of appeal and subject matter. Serving both the university and surrounding communities, the Walsh Gallery hosts a number of exhibitions yearly that range in topic from fine art to the historical, with an emphasis on an interdisciplinary themes. View the website.
SHU Arts Council
Since 1982, Seton Hall University's Arts Council in the college of Arts and Sciences has attracted nationally and internally renowned artists to campus and celebrated our faculty and students' artistic endeavors. The Arts Classical Council serves as the umbrella organization for the Arts Council concert Series, Jazz 'n the Hall, Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute, Multicultural Film and Lecture Series, Poetry-in-the-Round, and Theatre-in-the-Round, and works in collaboration with other arts and cultural groups on campus. View the website.