Artistic Activism Coalition

About


Club Information
large size
100 members
low time commitment
2 hours per week
beginner
No prior skills required!

Interest Form

Let the club know you're interested in them!
"The Artistic Activism Coalition at UCLA is a student organization working to educate and mobilize the community in addressing and advocating for topics that are crucial in our society today. Our mission is to give the students of UCLA a safe space to discuss and learn about various topics relating to social justice and activism, where they can use their artistic skills and passion as an vehicle for social awareness and change."

What We Do

The organization is all-inclusive, looking for people who are passionate about creating, learning, and advocacy. Members of this organisation would use various forms of visual and performing arts to discuss and learn about issues related to social justice and activism, and to spread awareness on topics they’re most passionate about. We aim to partner with different organizations on campus that share our vision, so as to provide our members with resources that allow them to remain informed and educated whilst also expanding their portfolio! Our Executive Board will be trained in Artistic Activism under the CAA (Center for Artistic Activism) to broaden the horizon of this organization and provide new, useful resources for its members and the community. We believe that art is empowering, stimulating, and timeless— that it fosters empathy and understanding. We aim to create a bridge between art and activism, using it as an effective tool to make a significant difference to our community.
Upcoming Events
No events have been added yet.
Application Process
0
Interview
Students who are extended an interview will meet and interview with the executive board of AAC sometime between 10/16 -- 10/18.
1
Membership Application
Deadline: Oct. 14 at 7:50 PM
This upcoming Friday, (9/25/20), the Artistic Activism Coalition will release its general committee application. Any students interested can apply. After turning in the app, students given an interview will be notified.

Artistic Activism Coalition

About


Club Information
large size
100 members
low time commitment
2 hours per week
beginner
No prior skills required!
"The Artistic Activism Coalition at UCLA is a student organization working to educate and mobilize the community in addressing and advocating for topics that are crucial in our society today. Our mission is to give the students of UCLA a safe space to discuss and learn about various topics relating to social justice and activism, where they can use their artistic skills and passion as an vehicle for social awareness and change."

What We Do

The organization is all-inclusive, looking for people who are passionate about creating, learning, and advocacy. Members of this organisation would use various forms of visual and performing arts to discuss and learn about issues related to social justice and activism, and to spread awareness on topics they’re most passionate about. We aim to partner with different organizations on campus that share our vision, so as to provide our members with resources that allow them to remain informed and educated whilst also expanding their portfolio! Our Executive Board will be trained in Artistic Activism under the CAA (Center for Artistic Activism) to broaden the horizon of this organization and provide new, useful resources for its members and the community. We believe that art is empowering, stimulating, and timeless— that it fosters empathy and understanding. We aim to create a bridge between art and activism, using it as an effective tool to make a significant difference to our community.

Interest Form

Let the club know you're interested in them!
Upcoming Events
No events have been added yet.
Application Process
0
Interview
Students who are extended an interview will meet and interview with the executive board of AAC sometime between 10/16 -- 10/18.
1
Membership Application
Deadline: Oct. 14 at 7:50 PM
This upcoming Friday, (9/25/20), the Artistic Activism Coalition will release its general committee application. Any students interested can apply. After turning in the app, students given an interview will be notified.