Campus Creatives is a weekly feature from the 200+ students arts organizations on U-M's campus.
These features highlight the orgs' incredible work in music, architecture, literary arts, visual
arts, theatre, film, and dance!
Below are past Campus Creatives. Click through to learn about U-M's students arts organizations.
If you have a org to suggest for a future Campus Creative, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Film and Video Student Association endeavors to enrich the educational and social atmosphere of the Department of Screen Arts and Cultures at the University of Michigan. By bringing together a multitude of talents in the pursuit of organizing workshops, movie nights, contests, field trips, networking with industry professionals, and other various activities, they seek to be a dynamic organization that is academically active and socially responsive.
EnCore is a multicultural, co-ed, hip hop dance group based at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. It began in 2000 when a group of friends came together to form a dance group on campus united not only in their love of dancing, but with each other as well. Re-established in 2005, EnCore is a family as much as it is a dance group. While EnCore takes dancing very seriously, they never lose sight of the bonds they have made with each other. EnCore performs at a variety of functions across campus and Ann Arbor from charity events to bar nights. If you are interested in having EnCore perform at one of your events, please don't hesitate to email them at email@example.com.
All students are welcome at anytime! Michigan Knitting meets weekly on Wednesdays from 6-8 pm in the Ginsberg Center dining room, at which you can stop in at any time in those two hours. You can join MKnit at any time throughout the year. Supplies are provided (yarn, needles, etc.) and members will teach you how to knit if you don't know how to already. MKnit primarily knits and crochets items for donation to local charities, but also welcome folks who just want to hang out and knit their own projects!
Project SOAR is an organization of students who are dedicated to promoting the importance of arts education and seeing that it is accessible to members of all communities. The project is housed within the School of Music, Theatre, & Dance, and encourages middle and high school students to consider advancing their careers in the arts through pursuing the arts in their college careers.
Hip Hop Congress at University of Michigan is comprised of students and artists who engage in a range of activity promoting hip hop culture on campus and in the community. Events include panels, speeches, concerts, and various other creative methods to showcase hip hop history and culture, as well as the social and political issues hip hop addresses.
Blue Bop Jazz Orchestra is the newest and grooviest swing band to hit the streets of Ann Arbor!
The VGMC is a student-run organization for anyone interested in video game music, whether you have an insatiable love for the genre or are completely new to it. Anyone interested in performing video game music can join the band portion as well!
The goal of the Zero Di-M-sion club is to help students gain hands-on experience with digital fabrication while understanding materials as well as the manufacturing process using computer-controlled machines and design software. The club will be open not just to Stamps students, but also to a broader range of students to encourage multi-disciplinary cooperation.
SIC advocates for the advancement & success of diverse women & non-binary artists in the film, TV, & digital media industry by hosting screening series, production workshops, guest-speaker events, & by providing the means for female & non-binary filmmakers to produce their own projects.
UM Slam Poetry is University of Michigan's premier poetry club dedicated to slam poetry. It is the only club to officially represent University of Michigan at the Association of College Unions International Poetry Slam Invitational (CUPSI). UM Slam hosts and organizes poetry slams, poetry writing workshops, pop-up poetry sessions, collaborative slams with multiple student organizations on campus, and a myriad of awesome events & programs throughout the academic year!! The slams in particular lead poets to the Grand Slam held in January, which determines what poets will be selected to represent the University of Michigan - Ann Arbor at CUPSI.
UM Slam is NOT ONLY for competing CUPSI poets. It is for any and all U of M students and/or poets that wish to join a community of poets, further their writing/performance skills or enjoy watching/attending poetry slams. They encourage all to come enjoy some good fun and community with UM Slam poetry.