Comrades in Art (CIA), Viterbo's campus art club, is founded as a means for students to experience art beyond the studio classroom, and aspire to provide an intellectual and social forum for all who share interest in the visual arts. Led by art students, club activities include guest artist speakers, lectures, field trips to galleries and museums, socials, student art shows, community service, and group projects within the university and public spheres.
Funded in part by Viterbo's Student Government Association, CIA seeks to provide a stimulating and meaningful venue for its members to participate in the ongoing discourse of visual culture at the university and beyond. The 2006-2007 academic year marked the formalization of CIA as a university recognized organization. Its election of officers and board takes place in the fall. Members' dues are collected annually and entitle members to participate in all club sponsored events.
If you are interested in joining CIA, watch for club meeting announcements posted here and on posters around campus, or contact one of its officers or the faculty advisor for further information.
Faculty Advisor: Sherri Lisota
Fine Arts Center room 320
Members celebrate the naming of Viterbo's art club—Comrades in Art (CIA).