Student Clubs & Organizations
Art Education | Art Ed Club
The Metropolitan State Universtiy of Denver Art Ed Club provides future art educators the opportunity to pursue professional development and volunteer opportunities. As advocates for visual arts education members of the art education club participate in regional conferences, partnerships with area schools and community out-reach work.
Learn more about the BFA in Art Education
An all-inclusive organization, the Art Guild coordinates events and actively encourages involvement the arts from the MSU Denver community and beyond. We also promote awareness, support, and provide a communication link between all MSU Denver art clubs. Among its activities, the Art Guild plans and organizes the annual student juried exhibition held at the Emmanuel Gallery.
Advisor: Summer Trentin - email@example.com
Ceramics | The Elements
Students are encouraged to participate in the semi-annual sales of ‘The Elements’ (student organization), which funds an active visiting artist program and travel to the annual conference of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts.
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Communication Design | Future Leaders of Design
Future Leaders of Design is MSU Denver's student chapter of the AIGA dedicated to connecting communication design students with design community at large through events and discussions.
Future Leaders of Design Facebook page: Facebook for Future Leaders of Design
American Institute of Graphic Arts: http://www.aiga.org
Learn more about the BFA in Communication Design
Jewelry Design and Metalsmithing | Metalmorphosis
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Printmaking | Vicious Ink
Vicious Ink is associated with the professional organizations Mid America Print Council, Southern Graphics Council, and the American Print Alliance. The club brings in visiting artists, sponsors exhibition and portfolio exchanges with other universities, attends national and regional conferences, hosts print sales, and involve themselves with any activity to promote printmaking and learn to function within the profession.
Learn more about Printmaking