Get involved in the College of Arts and Letters community

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We’re committed to bringing the arts and culture to those in our university and neighborhood community through programs that are open to the public.

Using lessons of the Holocaust to teach tolerance 

The Martin-Springer Institute uses the lessons of the Holocaust to teach future generations the value of tolerance.  The institute uses the lens of the Holocaust to address modern topics like bullying in schools and more. Contact us, and help make a difference:

  • get informed and support our events
  • volunteer and apply your skills and interests to our mission
  • donate resources

Physical location: 3rd floor in Riles (Bldg. 15)
Phone: 928-523-2464
E-mail: Melissa.cohen@nau.edu 

Go to the movies—for free

Our College of Arts and Letters Film Series provides you with thoughtful introductions and discussions about some of the greatest films spanning almost a century.

Tuesdays at 7 p.m. during the school year
Cline Library Assembly Hall
free

Our NAU International Film Series provides films from around the world in the new Liberal Arts Building screening space.

Select Wednesdays at 7 p.m. during the school year
Liberal Arts Bldg., Rm. 120
free

Amazing art on campus

The NAU Art Museum showcases local, national, and international artists. Enjoy the historic surroundings of Old Main, the University’s oldest building, while you immerse yourself in art.

Time: Tuesday-Saturday, from noon to 5 p.m.; closed on all university holidays
Physical location: building 10 (Old Main)
Phone: 928-523-3471
E-mail: art.museum@nau.edu