Graphic Design Student Activities
As a graphic design student, you can get involved in many student clubs and organizations on campus, as well as professional organizations in the community.
Graphic Design Club
Mount Mary’s Graphic Design Club is a professional organization for students who are
committed to furthering excellence in the field. The group provides you with opportunities
for internships, networking, getting involved in the local design community and building
The group’s past activities include one-day workshops at the Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum in Two Rivers, Wis., and a one-day trip to New York City to see the Museum of Modern Art.
The club also provides you opportunities to become involved in professional organizations, including:
- American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) Wisconsin Chapter
- Business Marketing Association of Milwaukee
Contact Nancy Lohmiller for more information about joining this group.
Latin for "to make, create, produce," CREO is an annual celebration of creativity that showcases student work from Mount Mary
fine art, fashion, graphic design and interior design programs. CREO is forward-thinking
and ever-developing. It's an opportunity for a cross-generational audience to experience
a cross-disciplinary slice of Milwaukee's creative talent.
Graphic design students plan and display their work in a gallery space at CREO each year. Students also design the event’s invitation. The event attracts hundreds of visitors each year.
Studio 455 is a student group that promotes collaboration across disciplines in the School of Arts and Design, cultivates scholarship and leadership, and fosters professional art development, friendships and service.