College life is more than books and classwork! Get involved on campus by joining a student club or organization.
Student organizations are a great way to network, build your resume and further explore your interests outside the classroom. Being part of a student organization can help you make important connections with your peers (who are future professional colleagues), with local professionals through mentoring programs and field trips and with national student and professional organizations that may help you with your long-term career plans and goals.
Student organizations are also a lot of fun and a fantastic opportunity to enhance your university experience, meet other students who share your interests and give back to the community. There are over 1,000 clubs and organizations at ASU. Learn more about the School of Art clubs below, or visit the ASU Student Organizations website and the Herberger Institute Student website to explore all the opportunities. Maybe you'll even want to start your own club!
ABBA is an ASU student-run organization of interdisciplinary artists and writers working in the contemporary artist book movement. The club’s focus lies in making, exhibiting, and promoting artists' books as well as educating the public about the potential of the book as an art form. The organization consists of undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and independent artists of all experience levels.
The Art Student (K)oalition at ASU seeks to promote, network, and provide opportunities that enhance the overall experience for all School of Art students through student run initiatives. This organization enables students to partner with School of Art Leadership to inform and help share student voices, ideas, interests and concerns in an effort toward advancing the student art community.
TAG is a group of ASU graduate students within the Herberger Institute of Design and the Arts. Founded in 2016, the goal of the organization is to promote and establish community building, professional development, and student advocacy for current graduate students within the MFA and MA program within the School of Art at ASU.
Clay Club of ASU provides an opportunity for students of ceramic art to gain experience in the creation, exhibition and selling of their work.
Open to all ASU students, this club promotes the foundry and metal casting arts. The club sponsors a cupola iron casting event every semester along with field trips, fund-raisers, art shows and guest artist workshops. It is linked to the Foundry Educational Foundation, a national student organization and accrediting body.
Fiber Arts Network serves as a collective of ASU students, faculty, and alumni who all seek a stronger sense of community and support for contemporary fiber artists living and working in the surrounding area, providing an outlet for experimentation, critique, workshops and dialogue pertaining to current issues in fiber.
To express your interest or ask for more information, please contact advisor Margarita Cabrera at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lemon Tree Animation Club is a student organization dedicated to anyone interested in experimenting and working within visual aesthetics, story concepts, and production of concept art, illustration, storyboards, animation, simulation, visualization and 2D & 3D assets.
ASU's official photography club celebrates student work, studies the craft, and sponsors two major events: a members' juried show and an annual silent auction. The members' show, exhibited in ASU's Northlight Gallery, is juried by an artist of national recognition. The annual silent auction provides an unrivaled opportunity to purchase work by faculty, students, and local artists, with all proceeds going to fund the club in the next year. In addition to monthly meeting, the Photographer’s Association hosts monthly pop-up shows, receptions and artist talks.
UAHA fosters a community of undergraduate art historians and creates a space where art history majors can find resources and gain experience in the art history/museum field.
Scanners is a collective of ASU students who share an interest in risograph printing and publishing. We also welcome anyone who has a general interest in independent/small press publishing, xerography and other forms of low-fi image manipulation! We are working in partnership with the Desert Humanities Initiative to create cool projects on their risograph machine.
To express your interest or ask for more information, please contact President Auberi Zwickel at email@example.com
The Sculpture Collaborative club sponsors on and off campus sculpture exhibitions and events, dinners, field trips, fundraisers and a line-up of visiting sculptors every year.
WIA at ASU provides resources for students to integrate into the animation industry. The club serves to form an animation community within ASU, where students are encouraged to network among peers who share the same passion, reach for positive change within the industry and engage with the current industry environment.