A student group dedicated to KCAI’s chapter of the professional organization for design. For more information, please contact Tyler Galloway at email@example.com
The club is made to focus on animation as a medium and craft. Animation Clun is meant to act as a center for community and collaboration within the animation department and to allow a place to gather and share resources related to animation. For more information, please contact Cohen Babcock at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ArtPlay marks the intersection of art and social action. Participants build creative skills and social awareness in the community through engaging with people directing projects, organizing, and managing volunteers. Ultimately, ArtPlay seeks to better both the school and city community with art related volunteer work. For more information, please contact Christopher Williams at email@example.com.
Asian Culture Organization
The Asian Culture Organization is a fun and education group with the purpose to learn about Asian culture, customs, art, and expand the diversity of Asia throughout the KCAI community. For more information, please contact Jason Wang at firstname.lastname@example.org.
BACC (Black Artist Culture & Community)
BACC (Black Artists, Culture, and Community) uses artistic talent to encourage cultural diversity through student leadership, mentorship, community service and campus activities. BACC seeks to foster a sense of community among students of color. It serves as a liaison between students and administration, giving students of color a voice on issues that are most pressing to them and serving as a resource to ensure that the social, cultural and educational needs of students are met. For more information, please contact Gerre Barnwell at email@example.com.
The KCAI Night Owls Soccer Club is a student organization whose members participate in a Kansas City Soccer Dome adult coed league. The team is sponsored in the fall and spring by KCAI. Members also enjoy scheduled practices and impromptu games on the campus green. For more information, please contact Jarkece Huffin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cause on Campus
This is a group affiliated with the Cause Church, and meets on Wednesday nights to have a church/Bible study meeting. For more information, please contact Shannon Deatrick at email@example.com.
Fire Frisbee's advocates staying active, having fun, and winning through the means of playing ultimate frisbee! For more information, please contact Erica Miget at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Illustration Committee functions for organizing departmental events within and without the studio curriculum and letting the students voice concerns and ideas on how to improve the department across the various grade levels. For more information, please contact Emily Alvarez at email@example.com.
Student Activists for Equality (SAFE)
Student Activists for Equality (SAFE) is a student-led organization in Kansas City, Missouri whose goal is to educate, promote political awareness, and inspire people to stand up for human rights. Its primary focus is LGBTQUA + equality. For more information, please contact Lee Warren at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students for Sustainability
Students for Sustainability aims to bring awareness to the roles of consumption and ethics play in our KCAI community and how we can facilitate mindful practices within our studios. We will mainly focus on fiber processes and the waste they produce, such as fabric scraps and water from dye processes. We will broaden the conversation to a global scale and facilitate discussions around the problematic aspects of fast fashion and the garment industry, but we will take action and address changes mainly in our community and our studio practices. During biweekly meetings, we will have guest speakers who use sustainable practices in their studios. For more information, please contact Nicole Hartman at email@example.com.
SAGA (Sexuality and Gender Alliance) strives to provide a safe space for discussion and moral support, promoting awareness and visibility among the group’s own community and then within the campus and surrounding community by creating an atmosphere of acceptance, tolerance, self-pride, support, and understanding. For more information, please contact August DeMarea at firstname.lastname@example.org
To create a small community of people interested in collective storytelling using tabletop gaming systems: Such as Dungeons and Dragons, Shadowrun, Call of Cthulhu, etc. For more information, please contact Greg Baker at email@example.com.
This club will connect students through theatre and help teach the rules to improve, expand overall theatre knowledge, and create a fun and free environment to help students relax. For more information, please contact Mallory Kneece at firstname.lastname@example.org.