Calliope Literary and Arts Magazine
Calliope is the Literary and Arts magazine of Pacific. It is produced by the Humanities Center, through the collaborative efforts of students from the English and Visual Arts Departments under the mentorship of Professors Courtney Lehmann (English) and Brett DeBoer (Visual Arts).Visual and literary artworks produced by students are juried for inclusion in the publication by a student editorial staff. In addition, the magazine itself is entirely created and designed by students of graphic design and printed locally. The final results are unveiled each spring. Learn more about this collaboration and the student-produced, award winning literary and arts magazine.
Calliope blog http://pacificalliope.wordpress.com
3D Studio Club
Studio 1091, Pacific's 3D media art club, revolves around the idea of making art first. The club is also involved in attending and/or hosting lectures, workshops, and sales. We hope to create an atmosphere of creativity and enthusiasm for the arts. The club is not exclusive to art majors. It is a way for those pursuing a career other than art to have a place to be creative. Advanced students are available to assist during the lab hours and group demos.
For more information check out this club's facebook page.
The Visual Arts Department hosts Pacific's student chapter of AIGA, American Institute of Graphic Arts. AIGA is a national nonprofit educational organization, which supports the interests of professionals, educators and students who are engaged in the process of designing. Pacific's student group is a part of the San Francisco Chapter of AIGA. Students attend professional events such as lectures, shows and competitions. For more information see the AIGA San Francisco—Student Group on facebook.
For Pacific graphic design students http://pacificgraphicdesign.word.press.
Student-organized Blitz exhibits allow students to showcase their work in the Reynolds Gallery for short periods of time between the standard exhibitions. Given the title "Blitz," these exhibitions are designed to encourage students to examine the standards of traditional art making and gallery exhibitions by only allowing a short time for the conception, creation and exhibition of the work. To see images of all the blitz shows please view the Reynolds Gallery facebook page.