Wayne State University

Student Organizations

Student organizations in the James Pearson Duffy Department of Art and Art History offer opportunities for association with other art, art history and fashion majors outside the usual academic setting.  The organizations usually hold special activities, field trips and other events relating to each field.  Students are urged to participate in the student organizations because they provide an excellent opportunity to gain broadening experiences, including leadership positions.  Check the various bulletin boards for information regarding these organizations or make inquiries in the main art office, 150 Art Building.  The student organizations are:

Art History Student Organization
Students are gathering names of those interested in participating in the revival of this organization.  Proposed activities are study groups, outings to show openings and other art related events, greater relations with the Detroit Institute of Arts and their events. Students interested in participating in this organization should email undergraduate art advisor, Michele Porter.

Detroit Art Collective
The DArt Collective is an organization of students from the fine arts, fashion design, art history and art education majors on Wayne State's Campus. Students participate in art festivals and attend gallery openings and lectures. Students interested in participating in this organization should email undergraduate art advisor, Michele Porter.

FDMO, the Fashion Design and Merchandising Organization
FDMO is open to fashion design and merchandising majors as well as any WSU students interested in the fashion field. Activities include putting on fashion shows, sponsoring field trips and holding other special activities related to the field. Contact FDMO's faculty advisor, Rayneld Johnson.

Graphic Design
If interested in the Graphic Design Student Organization, please contact faculty advisor Danielle Aubert.

Interior Design
If interested in the Interior Design Student Organization, please contact faculty advisor Dennis Robare.