Student Arts Groups
Film & Media Studies Groups
Visual Arts Groups
AHANA A Cappella
AHANA A Cappella is a proud member of the Emory University multicultural community by contributing, to the university, vibrant and smooth sounds of soul and R&B.
Founded in 1994, Aural Pleasure is Emory University's oldest co-ed a cappella group on campus. This is NOT your mother's "glee club"-- AP takes pride in bringing intense energy to performances and an edge to its arrangements, sound, and style.
General Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Arooj Khalid (email@example.com)
Emory's Jewish A Cappella Group.
Dooley Noted A Cappella
Emory's co-ed service-based a cappella group.
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Contact Ameya Gangal (email@example.com)
Emory Society of Musicians
An Emory music organization that supports all genres of music on campus by acting as a resource to Emory's musicians.
No Strings Attached
Emory's all male a cappella group.
Emory's all female a cappella group.
Contact Sana Hashim (firstname.lastname@example.org)
AHANA is Emory's largest student-run dance organization on campus. Auditions are held every Fall and Spring for choreographers and dancers, who create work to be performed in a showcase at the end of the semester. AHANA accepts dancers with a variety of backgrounds and genres.
Contact Katie Messina (email@example.com)
Adrenaline is a co-ed hip hop dance crew formed for the purpose of expression and development through various styles of hip hop dance. Members will have the opportunity to contribute to and learn various styles of movement. This club allows for dance education as well as greater performance opportunities for Emory students both male and female.
Brotherhood of Afrocentric Men (BAM)
E-Motion Dance Team
The E-Motion dance team is the official dance team of the Emory Eagles specializing in sharp and precise competition-style jazz dance. E-Motion performs at school-sponsored events (i.e. Homecoming, Parents Weekend, etc.) as well as Emory sporting events and the AHANA Dance Show each semester.
Contact Julia Reagan (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Fatimah Lawal (email@example.com)
Emory Karma Bhangra
Founded in 2004, Emory Karma Bhangra is Emory University's premier co-ed bhangra team. We are a group of highly motivated and passionate dancers, coming from a vast range of backgrounds. We strive to display the energy and vibrancy of the folk dance of Punjab and our team fuses both modern and traditional elements of bhangra to create a memorable and lively performance. Karma performs at the collegiate competitive level as well as at on-campus and local events.
Emory SaRaas is Emory University's co-ed, 3-time National Finalists, Indian Raas-Garba dance team. We compete in 4-5 cities annually, and are a part of the larger, close-knit Raas community across the nation.
Emory's only classical fusion dance team, combining the dance styles of Odissi, Kathak, Kuchipudi and Bharatanatyam.
General Email Emory.Ngambika@gmail.com
Salsa Club unites a diverse group of people through Salsa, Latin Dances and Latino culture in order to promote cultural awareness, community involvement and service, physical and mental health, and stress reduction.
Founded in 2005, the Emory Swing Club offers weekly beginner/advanced lessons and hosts monthly swing dances on campus. Come jump and jive with us!
Created in the Fall of 2009, TrickaNomeTry (TNT) is an all male hip hop dance crew coming out of Emory University. TNT originally started as just a small group of friends who wanted to dance. Over the years, TNT has developed an energetic style of dancing, focusing on a diverse range of choreographic styles. On stage, TNT strives both to entertain audiences and to have fun doing it.
Zeebah Belly Dance Team
Emory's bellydance group
Emory's only Film & Media production club. Filming, editing, and dank memes.
Black Star Magazine
We are Black Star Magazine, Emory University's first and only black student publication.
The Emory Wheel
The Emory Wheel was founded in 1919 and is currently the only independent, student-run newspaper of Emory University. TheWheel publishes weekly (Wednesday) during the academic year, except during University holidays and scheduled publication intermissions.
Emory University's go-to source for students to realize art in living forms and social intercourse.
WMRE operates a radio station which broadcasts at wmre.fm. The club also organized concerts, runs a publication, and provides an outlet for alternative culture at Emory.
Emory Literary Club
Emory’s Literary Club aims to bring the workshops of Emory’s Creative Writing Program to students and provide a comfortable space for writing through student-led workshops in fiction, non-fiction, and poetry. The goal is to encourage students of all backgrounds to constructively criticize one another and find what compels them to write.
MR. MA’AM began as a joint venture among Emory University students seeking to provide a space to appreciate and honor literary and artistic work, with particular interest in increasing the visibility of queerness through creative outlets. As writers, artists, and creators, MR. MA’AM aims to publish work that epitomizes the wit, struggles, victories, and emotions of the queer community and their unique experiences.
Ad Hoc Productions was founded to allow Emory students to produce musical theater, and to provide a forum for education about, as well as enjoyment of, this unique art form. They produce a main stage show every semester as well as occasional smaller projects.
Contact Kayla Johnson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Alpha Psi Omega
Alpha Psi Omega is Emory's chapter of the National Theater Honor Society. APO members participate in community service and sponsor a festival of student-written plays every spring. APO also organizes the annual student theater awards ceremony, the Furry Curries.
Contact Amina Dunn (email@example.com)
The newly formed Dooley Players (formerly AHANA and Starving Artists Productions) are committed to cultivating the arts at Emory throgh a variety of performance mediums and by providing the student body theater and film productions, events, and festivals.
Contact Adam Friedman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Emory Chinese Theater
ECTC was founded in 2011 with the aim to provide Chinese students opportunities to become engaged with theatre and introduce the campus and local communities to Chinese theatre as well as Chinese student's approach to theatre making. ECTC produces at least one full length production each year in Chinese with English supertitles; in the past, ECTC has produced plays by Chinese and western playwrights.
Emory Playwrights in Constellation
Contact Max McCreary (email@example.com)
Rathskellar is Emory's improv comedy troupe.
Second Floor Basement
Second Floor Basement is a sketch comedy group based out of Emory University.
Emory Arts Club
Emory Arts Underground
Art that is pretty entices, but art that is meaningful stays with us for life. Our mission is to share knowledge about the thriving arts scene at Emory University, and to provide students with a purposeful platform for self-expression.
Contact Wei Wei Chen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Emory Dark Arts
Emory Dark Arts, a subgroup of Emory Arts Underground, is a collective of individuals -- artists and not, mentally ill and not -- who believe in the value of platforms for meaningful, honest communication about these issues as a way to de-stigmatize mental illness and generate impactful change on campus and beyond.
As the newest branch of EAU, S.A.W. aims to bridge the gap between artists and scientists on campus by providing specialized platforms geared toward experienced and inexperienced artists to explore the sciences creatively. Projects include murals, submissions to the Atlanta Science Festival, and lab partnerships.
Contact Pamela Romero (email@example.com)
Contact Tessa Goetz (firstname.lastname@example.org)