With more than 200 student organizations on campus it's easy to find people who share your interests, or to discover new ones.
Art students participate in a wide variety of student organizations, including academic clubs and societies, visual and performing arts, community service groups, health and wellness organizations, business/career-focused clubs, and faith-based groups, among many others.
In addition to the many existing opportunities for involvement, Davidson supports students who wish to create new ones. If you have an idea or vision that is not realized in the existing student organizations, the Student Activities Office will work with you to develop your idea and create a new group.
Ars Longa seeks to facilitate students of all academic disciplines in creating works of visual art and promoting visual arts events campus-wide. Ars Longa has hosted renowned artists to campus, organized student photography exhibitions, held weekly figure-drawing classes, and offered off-campus ceramic workshops.
The college's weekly newspaper is written, edited, and managed by students. It features campus news and opinions. The Davidsonian often includes an arts section that reviews campus exhibitions.
Hobart Park is the college's annual literary review. It features works of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, as well as visual art, by students, alumni, faculty members, and visiting writers.
Published biweekly, the student-produced arts and literary magazine accepts submissions in creative nonfiction, short stories, poetry, and art.