Come join the weekly fun every Wednesday where we have tutorials, treats, and contests. Various prizes, including cash, are awarded each semester. There are no prerequisites to attend the society. Beginner or advanced – everyone is welcome. Any week – everyone is welcome. As you can tell – everyone is welcome! Please come! Every Wednesday at 5:30 PM Spori 137
In the Visual Society, we learn and talk about all things visual. If you like photography, design, or anything digitally creative then this is the society for you. We have tutorials that revolve around these visual communications for you to improve current skills or develop the new ones you’ve been dying to learn. It is free to attend, but if you want to have access to member benefits it is $10 for the whole semester.
We are basically your friends you didn’t know you had. This society is a great way to meet people who love to do the things you do. What’s better than that? Many students have found this society to be a creative outlet for them and continue coming back each semester. You never know who you can meet. 😉
“When I was a student at BYU-Idaho, I chose to be apart of this society when it was the Photographics Society. This society honestly changed my life. It connected me with people who had similar interests and helped me to develop friendships I still hold dear today. This society helped to challenge my creativity and skills. It helped to shape me into the artist I am today. This is one of the best student-run societies on campus and I recommend it to all you digital gurus out there itching for a creative outlet.”Nicole Nugent
“The society was the first place I went to get my creative outlet in my early semesters of college before realizing I actually wanted to change my major to Visual Communication. But that’s the best part about the society, it’s really for anyone who is interested regardless of your major.”Tyler Price
“It was a great place for me to interact with and learn from people who had the same interests as me. Being part of a group enabled me to grow more than I could have on my own. I think it’s always beneficial to work with people who can critique your work or give you tips to help you become better.”Chelsea Call
“The tips, tricks, and skills that students would share were amazing! Everyone was there to help. And so many opportunities to get a group of friends together and go shoot! Such fun times!”Scott Hulme