WKU Art Student Organizations
The WKU Art Department has a plethora of student organizations! See below for information on how you can get involved!
AIGA WKU Student Group for Design
AIGA is the nation's oldest and largest professional association for design. Established in Fall 2017, our WKU Student Group focuses on hosting activities such as lectures by regional professionals, design related workshops, and regional design studio tours to promote professional development and to encourage networking in the discipline. Additionally, WKU AIGA participates in regional events with AIGA Nashville and AIGA Louisville and attends TopCon Student Design Conference in Chattanooga. AIGA WKU welcomes design majors, minors, and advertising majors.
Contact Info: Natalie Tyree at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Ceramics Club is geared towards encouraging artists while exposing them to a variety of glazing, firing, and ceramic building techniques. Both gas and wood fire kilns are used. We have an engaging and supportive atmosphere and look forward to expanding our membership to community members as well. As a club, we participate in community workshops, Empty Bowls in Bowling Green, and the National Ceramic Convention, NCECA. Come visit us at the wood kiln for one of our pizza parties while we get down and muddy with good pals.
Contact info: Dakota Morgan at email@example.com
|League of Sculptors|
The League of Sculptors is intent on sharing and supporting sculpture. We are engaged in showing our work and avid at participating in sculpture organizations and conferences on a local, regional and international level.
Join us on Facebook: WKU: League of Sculptors
Contact info: David Marquez at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Painter’s Critique and Discussion Group – PCAD|
PCAD is a discussion-based student group that comes out of the Painting and Drawing Practices program but welcomes all students (and alumni). We use prompts for each meeting to generate conversation and community.
Prompts have included:
Introductions- a sample of your work Symbolism
Struggle Pieces Art Crushes
Contact info: Yvonne Petkus at email@example.com
The WKU printmaking club is an exciting campus group/ family that meets on a regular basis and does all things printmaking. We organize student exhibitions, travel to conferences and design and print t-shirts. With our new portable printing press, we go out into the community and print as a way to spread our inky love for the medium. Join the fun!
Contact info: Marilee Salvator at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Kappa Pi, The International Art Honor Society|
New in Spring 2019, this group eats pizza, paints happy little trees, and does all things Art!
Contact info: Allison Denny at email@example.com
Find #wkuart students on social media!
WKU Department Instagram: @wkuart,https://www.instagram.com/wkuart/
WKU Department Facebook: www.facebook.com/WKU-Department-of-Art-News-528861833898760/