Want to experience the arts, but don’t want to go alone? Join The Party to be in the know about an exclusive selection of social events hosted by students in the arts. Get your free or nearly-free tickets with your Arts Pass and engage, explore, enjoy!
Student leaders are given tools, resources, guidance and professional support to become entrepreneurs of the arts who have experience with event planning, marketing/communications, and logistics.
Student leaders are given autonomy in how they host their events. They can choose the venue, time, and place, all according to their vision of the event. The Party serves as a tool to make that vision come to life, enabling students to create unique and engaging experiences.
By using the power of The Party, student leaders are able to engage a more diverse body of students in their work than ever before. So while the College of Fine Arts is cultivating artists, The Party is cultivating audiences.
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All University of Utah students are invited to join The Party, where they can make lasting connections with a diverse body of active and interested students. Through social media and live events, students can engage with and connect to their peers in a multitude of ways anytime and anywhere.
The Party provides curious students with a vast array of new experiences unique to the world of the arts. Events range from large and lively to small and intimate. Students can learn about the arts and experience things found nowhere else on campus. Using Arts Pass, all of these events are free or nearly-free!
The Party gives students a chance to experience and appreciate the arts in an open, welcoming, and fun environment. Student leaders provide attendees with everything they need to know for arts events – whether it be answering questions about performances, planning fun pre- or post-gatherings, or guiding students through the intricacies of art gallery etiquette. Because, who doesn’t want to have a little creative and cultural fun?
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