IWU students run lots of Registered Student Organizations (RSO) on campus and several of them are dedicated to the visual arts or uses the
arts to better society such as the Titan Arts Society, the Guerrila Film Club, and
IWU's Business of Fashion. Occasionally, there's a Flameworking Glass Club that meets
weekly and sponsors an art sale on campus, and a Ceramics Club that provides an opportunity
to continue to work with clay outside of course work. The Kappa Pi International Honorary
Art Fraternity engages in community outreach by using art for a common good.
Titan Arts Society
The Titan Arts Society (iwutarts) is focused on bring together students on the Illinois Wesleyan campus who are interested
in the arts. The group is focused on discussing featured artwork of members, sharing
relevant global or local art news and events, presenting sessions on art related media
(history, mediums, movements, important artists, etc) while allowing discussion, creating
individual artwork or themed art-making collaborative meetings, playing art games/activities,
and planning art campus or community projects.
Flameworking Club holds workshops for students interested in learning the basics of
creating glass art. Students who have completed ART 225 Three Dimensional Glass will have the opportunity to attend supervised studio hours
as a member of the club.
Photography and Graphic Art club is about bringing together those who have common
interest in the subjects. We aim to create opportunities for IWU students to develop
their skills and enhance creativity in visual arts by participating in field trips,
workshops, and studio work.
Ceramics club aims to provide a relaxing, communal atmosphere where students can enjoy
working with clay while learning new techniques from one another.