Calling all art majors!

Join one of the clubs we have in the Art and Art History department! Or, participate in some of the events and opportunities they present!

What can joining a club do for you?

  • Offer opportunities to collaborate, volunteer, show, sell, and trade your artwork!
  • Encourage even more artmaking and experimentation!
  • Grow your friendships and networks!
  • Be fun and educational!


Bon A Tirer Printmaking Club logoThe Bon A Tirer (BAT) Printmaking Club is committed to stimulating public appreciation and interest in the art of printmaking, as well as other graphic media. Club members are encouraged to participate in the creation and display of art works, networking, individual research, group critiques, and community involvement through the arts. As an organization open to all disciplines, it is our belief that every member has something unique to contribute, both to the club, and their community. We meet once a week and invite any UTSA student to join us throughout the semester.

To contact us, please send us an email at

Learn more at Rowdylink!

Clayfusion logo with text Ceramics OrganizationClayfusion is a student organization at UTSA. Its purpose is to promote awareness of the Ceramic Arts, and the works of UTSA art students at the local, regional, and national levels. Its activities are centered on enhancing the educational experience of its student members and that of the UTSA community at large. Activities include fundraisers, sales, student exhibitions, lectures, and field trips. Membership is open to all UTSA students.

Clayfusion hosts two art sales annually that help fund a range of student opportunities including: visiting lecturers, student attendance at conferences and workshops and other activities. Stay tuned to find out when our next Art Sale will be held!

To learn more about Clayfusion please contact their faculty advisor,

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Student Art Society logoThe Student Art Society at UTSA is an all-inclusive group encompassing all art forms, especially traditional media. We offer workshops, mentoring, and group events for all who are interested. No prior experience needed!

Visit our RowdyLink page.

For more information, contact