The Elizabeth Boatwright
Coker Performing Arts Center makes Coker's communication
major one of the finest in the state.
The Black Box Theater can
serve as a television studio in addition to a performance
space. Adjacent to the Black Box Theater is a Mac-based
video production studio that gives Coker students a chance
to learn the most recent digital editing applications.
The Center has audio production
capabilities for use by communication and music students.
An audio-visual classroom provides students with a place
to view instructional material and student work, as well
as classic and experimental films; students are also able
to make full-scale multimedia presentations.
program also uses the Center to host a film series in
the Black Box Theater. The College works with International
Film Circuit in New York to screen movies from all over
College upholds and defends the intellectual and artistic
freedom of its faculty and students as they study and
create art and live performances that explore the full
spectrum of human experience. The College considers such
pursuits central to the spirit of inquiry and thoughtful
discussion at the heart of a liberal arts education.