Student Clubs and Organizations
Student Clubs and Organizations:
*Meeting times will be posted within the first 2 weeks of school.
CalArts Anime Club
To watch and discuss Japanese animation.
The CalArts Eye is an uncensored, multi-métier publication created, composed, and constructed by students and for students of the California Institute of the Arts. Students and alumni of CalArts are welcome to contribute.
To send submissions or ask questions, email: email@example.com
CalTEC (CalArts Themed Entertainment Collective)
The CalArts Themed Entertainment Collective provides a unique opportunity for students to collaborate, workshop, and experiment with concepts and ideas inspired by the ever expanding world of themed and immersive entertainment.
To hack everyday electronic objects to produce sound.
The Collective is a multi-disciplinary arts organization striving to establish spaces in which artist present and preserve African American cultural expressions, cultivate their craft, generate new and interpretive work, and share their stories by means of collaborative and experimental performances. We draw on imagination, investigation, exploration, creation and experience, as we simultaneously prepare the artist for their transition into the professional world.
Heart Christian Fellowship
A time and space for fellowship within the gospel of Jesus Christ, where we build and encourage each other's faith and use multimedia to bring hope!
Hip Hop Club
To give students a chance to expand their dance training and experience the culture.
Mi Gente – Latin Student Union
A collective to provide support, encouragement, and critique toward our art practices and communities.
Build inter- and intra-school community with a forum for ideas and discourse based on weekly collborative drawing projects that are installed weekly as posters.
Pub Club intends to be a space for the promotion and furthering of creative student work with a social and pre-professional context. [We make zines and we share them with each other].
Queer Arts Collective (QAC)
QAC aims to sensitize the CalArts community on diverse, sexual, gender, and non-normative identities/narratives. Along with forming a safe and friendly peer group including students, administrators, faculty and staff, we organize exhibitions, film screening, lectures and artist shows.
Network and make friends while playing and exercising.
A Bible study and Christian fellowship
Student in Yoga club will meet to practice yoga taught by a certified Instructor.