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College of Fine Arts and Communication
School of Art and Design




Student Guilds

AID Guild

 

Art Education Guild
  • Faculty Coordinator: Associate Professor Robert D. Quinn
  • The art education guild's purpose is to improve the university's awareness of art education through exhibitions, workshops, and demonstrations; and to provide a forum for students interested in art education.

Art History Society

CAMP Guild

 

Ceramics Guild

Design Associates
  • Faculty Coordinator: Assistant Professor Kate LaMere
  • D.A. allows young designers in the School of Art and Design to exchange ideas and secure freelance work.

Illustration Guild

 

Metals Guild
  • Faculty Coordinator: Assistant Professor Ken Bova
  • To improve the university's awareness of the visual arts through exhibitions, workshops, and demonstrations; and to provide a forum for the metals students in the School of Art and Design in which all matters concerning them may be discussed.

Painting Guild
  • Faculty Coordinator: Associate Professor Beth Blake
  • To improve the university's awareness of the visual arts through exhibitions, workshops, and demonstrations; and to provide a forum for the painting students in the School of Art and Design in which all matters concerning them may be discussed.

Photography Guild

 

Printmaking Guild

  • Faculty Coordinator: Professor Michael W. Ehlbeck
  • To promote understanding and appreciation of the visual arts through exhibitions, educational opportunities, and programs for the School of Art and Design, the university, the community, and the region.

Sculpture Guild
  • Faculty Coordinator: Professor Carl Billingsley
  • To improve the student and faculty awareness of three-dimensional visual arts through exhibitions, workshops, and demonstrations; and to provide a forum for the sculpture students in the School of Art and Design in which all matters concerning them may be discussed.

Textile Guild
  • Faculty Coordinator: Associate Professor Christine Zoller
  • To improve the university's awareness of the craft arts through exhibitions, workshops, and demonstrations; and to provide a forum for the students in the School of Art and Design in which all matters concerning them may be discussed.

 

School of Art Graduate Artist's Forum

 

Visual Arts Forum
  • Faculty Coordinator's: Assistant Professors: Angela Wells and Daniel Kariko
  • To assert and promote member interests; to establish harmony and order within the School of Art and Design; and to create a liaison with student government and faculty and staff.