VASA/AEAV (Visual Arts Student Association)
The Visual Arts Student Association (VASA) is a group of students committed to speaking for the Visual/Fine Art student body each school year. The association acts as a liaison between students, The Faculty of Arts, and the Department of Visual Arts. The group prepares and controls events and fundraisers, and holds weekly office hours within the Visual Art building.
The purpose of VASA is to organize events throughout the year that encourage students to get involved within the Visual Art program, as well as participate in the arts community in the region. Office hours are held as an outlet for students, under an open door policy. We encourage students to use our service for advice, technical or project assistance, or any type of question or concern. We hope to create an environment that makes students feel comfortable, motivated, and passionate about the Visual Arts program!
AHSA/AEHA (Art History Student Association)
AHSA’s purpose is to create an environment where students of the History and Theory of Art (HTA) program and other art lovers across campus can interact and share ideas about art. This includes hosting events celebrating and encouraging art in the context of the University and beyond, collaborating with other Members’ Associations to host events, taking part in the Student Association of the Faculty of Arts (SAFA)’s events, and being a resource of aid and guidance for the students in the History and Theory of Art and Visual Arts programs.
An Active SAFA Member Association since December 9th, 2012, The Art History Students’ Association (AHSA) was evolved from the Art History Club founded in 2010.