The InterArts Program is a special one-year curriculum for a selected group of first-year students interested in a cross-disciplinary approach to the study and practice of art. The InterArts faculty is drawn from the departments of music, theater and dance, fine arts, and creative writing. Participating students take a sequence of one first-year seminar especially designed for the program, a special arts colloquium, and two arts practice courses of their own choosing (e.g., painting, dance, creative writing, etc.).
In March of each year, exceptionally well-qualified students who have been admitted to Trinity are invited to become candidates for the program. Admitted students who do not receive such an invitation, but who find the program appealing, may also become candidates by notifying its director, Associate Professor Mitchell Polin, of their interest.