Art Club

For many who are creative it can sometimes be a challenge to find the right direction to go and find ways to consolidate all of that creativity into one project, this is where the art club comes in. WOUs Art Club is full of fun accepting environment. You by no means have to be an art major (or minor) to join the club, it is open to all. In fact only about 50 percent of the club are art major students. 

Max McEvilly sitting on a painted callage chair laughing
Art Club President Max McEvilly

President Max McEvilly says it’s like having a friend group with a budget, every meeting is something new and different. In a recent club meeting they did henna tattoos. Just hanging out isn’t all you will do however, a large amount of the club time is used brainstorming ideas and following through with events and projects that stimulate your creative side. The club also helps create a way to network with other artists and gain valuable connections and friendships that could last a lifetime.

Other than attending the club during its weekly meetings Wednesday at three in the afternoon this term in Campbell hall room 303, you can also join them for there life drawing classes every Tuesday night at seven in the evening. The life drawing classes are free to all students and $5 for all non-students. The class includes a real nude model which can help you with human body lines.

If you are interested in joining the art club feel free to check them out during club hours or check the bulletin board in Campbell hall the see what they are up to. You can also email them at artclub@wou.edu. If you are having trouble finding the Art Club club room McEvilly suggests taking the elevator.

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