Digital Media Arts - Student Clubs
Digital Media Arts (DMA) students engage in a wide variety of activities on campus through student clubs. Below are clubs relevant to the field of DMA.
DMA Student Club
DMA program has a very active DMA Student Club that meets every week for fun activities, tutorials and trips. Students showcase their skills, talk about interesting projects they found on the web and learn from tutorials presented by Prof. Ben Dunkle and Dr. P.J. Moskal, the two moderators of the club. Usually once a year, the club organizes a trip to a conference or museum. Past trips included: Future Innovation Technology Creativity (FITC) workshops and conferences in Toronto and visits to local galleries and museums. “Like” and connect with the DMA Club on facebook.
Fusion Gaming Society
The purpose of the Canisius College Fusion Gaming Society is to unite members of the college community through mutual enjoyment of multiplayer gaming experiences. The club is open to all college students, for more information visit Fusion facebook page.
The Wire is the one and only Canisius College Radio Station allowing students to conduct their own radio shows on a weekly basis. Members of the club also provide music for events on campus.
The Quadrangle’s mission is to promote the literary and artistic talents of the Canisius community—faculty, students, and alumni—through the publication of an annual literary-arts magazine, now entering its 65th year of publication.
The student newspaper of Canisius College since 1933. Membership is open to ANY Canisius student.
WGTV - Griffin TV is the public service tv network of Canisius College. Found on channel 4.1 on campus, we deliver sports, news, morning, and late-night programming, as well as live events throughout the year. Membership is open to ANY Canisius student.
Anime Club is the place for Otakus to view Japanese Animation, eat Japanese candy, go to Anime conventions, and enjoy planned activities from an active and attentive e-board, all while socializing with other Otakus.
Organized Canisius collegiate competitive gaming.
Canisius Movie Makers (CFS)
The Canisius Movie Makers will enrich the understanding and appreciation for motion picture films, through personal projects, speakers, presentations, viewings, and collective studies.
It is the purpose of Disney Club to provide the same enriching feeling Walt Disney Pictures gave us all as children: whimsical youthfulness.