- National Art Education Association (students and faculty)
- Pennsylvania Art Education Association (students and faculty)
- Pennsylvania State Education Association
- National Education Association
- Art Students Guild (students)
- Art Acquisitions/Art Exhibitions (students)
- Eastern Art Association
- Northern Pennsylvania Arts Council
- American Association of State Colleges and Universities
- Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen
- Art History Association (students)
The Mansfield University Student Art Guild is
for students who are interested in pursuing art
as a profession, or any student who has interest
in the visual arts.
The purpose of the Art Guild is to help broaden
awareness of the arts within
the Mansfield University student body
and the local community.
The club sponsors trips to galleries and museums, organizes artist-talks and
workshops, and gives students hands on
experience to broaden their skills (such
as taking slides) in preparation for
entering the field of art.
Art History Association
The Art History Association is an organization open to all students, faculty, and
community members who have interest in
and would like to learn about art from different
Activities of the Art History Association include the production of a yearly student journal,
explores multiculturalism in art, art history, music, and poetry.
also provides one charter bus trip to New York City per year to visit art museums
and galleries. On occasion, it also sponsors participation in the Creative
National Art Education Association
The association’s purpose is to educate and prepare future art teachers for a
position in education.
The club sponsors art education oriented speakers and trips
throughout the year.
Pennsylvania Art Education Association
A state component of the National Art Education Association, which encourages
participation in art education issues and programs.
Art Acquisitions and
Students in this committee learn how to
display, hang, and take down professional
exhibits in the University Gallery. The
committee plays a role in selecting exhibitors
and developing the calendar each year for the
University's Gallery Shows. Students on the
committee select artwork which is purchased with
CCSI monies to become part of the University's
permanent Art Collection.