Established in 1901, Joliet Junior College is the nation's first public community college. The main campus is on a 368-acre wooded site in Joliet. In 1981, the Fine Arts Building was added to the main campus. JJC is fully accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
The Joliet Junior College Fine Arts Department is a multi-disciplined department consisting of Art, Interior Design, Music, Speech, and Theatre. Throughout the year, Joliet Junior College's Fine Arts Department hosts a wide variety of musical and theatrical performances. The department's Laura A. Sprague Art Gallery features exhibitions by guest artists, faculty, and students. The Interior Design Internship Program throughout the year sends students into the community to assist in design work and the interior design students participate in the annual A.S.I.D. Showcase.
Click here for a 2014-2015 Fine Arts Events Calendar
Click here for information regarding the evening with Tony Award Winning Producer Douglas L Meyer (The Producers, Hairspray)