Our club exists to give the students an artistic outlet and to help enrich and foster an interest for art and personal expression through art. Though the club is for artists, it can be enjoyed by all who appreciate art.

Club Contact(s)

Department Chair, Visual and Performing Arts
208.562.3351
Amandalynn Sharbino President amandalynnsharbino@mycwi.cc

Arts Club Events

Arts Club News and Blogs

Art Club Festival of Arts
Tuesday, August 19, 2014 - 8:15am
Students with the College of Western Idaho Art Club spent the day in creative bliss at the Nampa Festival of Art event August 9 and 10. First thing in the morning, Amanda Richards, Brittany Bishop and, Teresa Gonzalez all gathered in the rose garden at Lakeview Park in Nampa to judge entries for the art contest. After careful deliberation, the team made their choice and joined the crowds enjoying the many local artisan booths throughout the park.
Culinary Club at Canyon County Fair
Wednesday, July 30, 2014 - 5:15pm
College of Western Idaho student clubs “Pigged Out on Family Fun” at the Canyon County Fair this past Saturday, July 26. The Art Club started the afternoon by admiring the art on display and judging the craft submissions. Before the heat of the day set in, the 4-H members and their animals competed for best in show; the Street Team showed up at the right time with CWI fans to cool them off while they waited for results.
Wednesday, July 23, 2014 - 12:00pm
CWI Street Teams are MOO-ving onto the Canyon County Fair scene Saturday, July 26! We’ve been talking to people across Ada County about attending the College of Western Idaho this fall, and now Canyon County it is your turn! CWI is once again proud to be sponsoring the Fair Community Stage and on Saturday the Street Teams will be looking to meet fair-goers and share some CWI fun! Find our student teams in bright t-shirts to get your CWI gear or look for the CWI booth near the grandstand...
CWI at Boise Music Festival
Monday, June 30, 2014 - 5:15pm
The Boise Music Festival started early and with the Horticulture club kicking off the Street Team efforts to bring the message of community college to an anticipated crowd of 80,000 people!  This team was busy and didn’t stick to the streets; they took their message off the beaten path. While showing off her hacky sack skills, Jacqueline shared degree options with concert goers. The team engaged in some terrific conversations about attending college while waiting for Train to take the stage.

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