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Get Involved

There are a number of ways for students to get involved on-campus, including the Student Government Association (SGA), MassArt Student Organizations, leadership positions, on-campus jobs, volunteering, attending campus events, MassArt's Student Affinity Groups, or through MassArt's Center of Art and Community Partnerships (CACP). MassArt students are also able to join any student groups at our partner Colleges of the Fenway (COF) institutions (Wentworth Institute of Technology, MCPHS University, Simmons University, Emmanuel College).

The following is a list of MassArt student groups that are currently active and there are new groups started each year by students!

Massart Student Organizations

American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS)

The American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS), is an international organization of architecture students that aims to better the school environment of architecture (in studios, classes and community), while also making the transition from education to profession as smooth as possible.

MassArt Bird Club
Bird Club

Bird Club aims to get students interested in the hobby of birding, excited about the outdoors, and eager to learn about the wildlife that surrounds us.

A fist with words Black Artists Union
Black Artists Union

The Black Artists Union exists to provide a space for students with Black and African American identities and cultures to gather and build community, and to share their cultures and art styles with the greater MassArt community.

Clay for Change
Clay for Change

Clay for Change works to connect students at MassArt to the greater community by teaching them about clay practices and how those practices can be used to help others.

MassArt Comics
Comic Club

We aim to provide a creative environment for comic creators to meet up, critique, and make comics.

Costume Club
Costume Club

The Costume Club exists for students of all skill levels to share technical skills through workshops, focusing on skills that may not be offered in MassArt classes, and to give a space for critique on costume work.

Cute mastodon cartoon with a pen held in its trunk
Creative Writing Club

The Creative Writing Club exists to provide student writers of all experience levels with a place to connect with each other and exchange their poems, stories, scripts, and more for feedback.


Eventworks creates and facilitates events that highlight and entertain the students and faculty of the MassArt community through art, education and experimentation.

A photo of a game of Ticket to Ride
Gaming Club

Gaming Club aims to bring together people who enjoy playing tabletop and role-playing games. 

Garment Printing at the Involvement Fair
Garment Printing Club

To bring a sense of individuality to the community by combining an artist's vivid ideas and the clothing to show them off.