Student Organizations

College life is more than books and classwork! Get involved on campus by joining a student club or organization.

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Student Organizations

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 1000 clubs and organizations at ASU. Learn more about the School of Art clubs below, or visit the ASU Student Organizations website to explore all the opportunities. Maybe you'll even want to start your own club!

 

ABBA: A Buncha Book Artists

ABBA is an ASU student-run organization of interdisciplinary artists and writers working in the contemporary artist book movement. Our 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. 

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The Art Grads

TAG is a group of ASU graduate students within the Herberger Institute of Design and the Arts. We are interested in promoting ASU artists and art programs through creative engagement with the greater Phoenix community.

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Clay Club of 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.

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Fahrenheit 2150 at ASU

Fahrenheit 2150 (ASU's Foundry Club) is an organization devoted to professional preparation in the Foundry Arts. Professionally affiliated with the American Foundry Society.

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Fiber Arts Network

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.

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Herberger Institute Student Council

The Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts Student Council believes in serving the institute as a whole. We are an organization that uses programs and student-inspired activities to support students throughout the different phases of their academic journey. Working closely with the institute and the Undergraduate Student Government (USG), we connect the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts to ASU while creating an environment that is supportive of our different creative paths.

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Metals Club

The purpose of this club is to promote the study and aesthetic appreciation of jewelry/metals in the ASU community. The club would also bring the artwork of members to the ASU community through exhibition. Membership is open to all.

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Society for Art Video

The Society for Art Video at ASU is a club for students interested in viewing and creating art video.  The club sponsors screenings of art video, hosts casual video nights for club members and serves as a forum for sharing technical information and equipment.

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Student Photographers Association

We are ASU's official photography club! In addition to monthly meetings where we gather to plan, celebrate student work, and learn more about our craft, we sponsor two major events: a members' juried show and an annual silent auction. Our members' show, exhibited in ASU's Northlight Gallery, is juried by an artist of national recognition. Our 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. This year we're looking to host monthly pop-up shows in our meeting room with a monthly reception, hold artist talks, and participate in ASU's Art Fest!

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