WCAC (Winters Community Art Club) is a student-run organization providing art and drama programs for youth within the York and Jane/Finch community. Our club's affiliation with York University and Winters College allows us to provide these programs free of charge. We have worked with over 100 children, many of whom have become returning participants. Our programs allow participants to explore various areas of the fine arts while having fun! Our instructors are university students who are trained and informed about our services, to help us lead the programs. We are continuously developing new directions to inspire our participants.
Office Hours: Fridays 1-4pm
Wibi A Cappella is an innovative contemporary a cappella ensemble founded in 1988 at York University. Wibi is the longest-running collegiate a cappella group in Canada. 2018 marks Wibi's 30th year! This semi-professional student group has explored a broad range of musical styles, with a current focus on pop music. Each year, Wibi performs two end-of-semester showcases, as well as several gigs throughout the school year and the summer season.
Office Hours: Monday and Wednesday rehearsals from 6:00pm-9:00pm
The MSA (Music Students Association) represents the interests of Undergraduate Music Students, and coordinates services and activities that enhance the experience for our students. We foster a community within the Department and AMPD by encouraging the interchange of ideas and support. We work to provide opportunities for and promote student-initiated projects in the creative arts. As artists, we work to safeguard and uphold the rights of students regardless of gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, or class, etc. As administrators, we maintain a democratic system of self-government, and, most importantly, contribute to the progress of the Department and AMPD, and artists in our community. Our meetings for Fall term are on Fridays from 1pm to 2:30pm in room 241, please try to let us know ahead of time if you will be visiting our meeting.
Our Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter handles are all @msayorku and our email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Hallyu Dongari is a club dedicated to promoting Korean culture. We provide Canadian students an opportunity to learn more about Korea, as well as provide Koreans a chance to experience Canadian culture. We have a language exchange program which gives Korean and English speakers the opportunity to engage and learn together. We also have many events involving both Korean and Canadian culture, such as movie nights and dance classes. If you are interested in learning about Korea, there is definitely something you will enjoy in our club!
Office Hours: TBD
FESA (Faculty of Education Students' Association) Council is the Faculty of Education's non-profit, levy-funded association government. It enhances the overall university experience for its members by planning professional development and social activities. FESA Council advocates for and represents its members and works as a liaison between the Faculty of Education and its students.
Office Hours: Please see our Social Media Pages or Office Door (WC 116) for the most up to date office schedule.
The Dance Students' Association is a council within the Department of Dance, promoting programming that encourages creativity, networking, education and student participation. Our largest events include: Workshop Tuesdays: a weekly dance class taught and attended by students of all levels (styles vary weekly), Improv Soirées: a collaborative event, open to all dancers and musicians for an evening of improvisation and spontaneity, Bloom: a choreographic showcase performance put on downtown, that is planned, directed and executed by students and Dance Fuel: a weekly workout session geared towards strength training, conditioning and nutrition for the healthy dancer’s body!
Open meetings from 12-1 on Tuesday's in Studio H in ACE.
Social: Email: email@example.com, Facebook: Dance Student Association York U, Instagram: dsayorku, Snapchat: dsayorku
V-Day At York
V-Day is an activist movement to end violence against women and girls. Its premise is to educate the public and generate attention for the fight to stop violence against women and girls through performance and creative events. Within our York chapter, we strive to educate on gender and sexuality and break down taboo topics. Every year we producer an entirely student-driven benefit production of The Vagina Monologues. The majority of our club proceeds go to The North York Women's Shelter, an emergency women and children's shelter in our community. We'll see you at the show!
Social: Instagram: @vdayatyork, Twitter: @VDayAtYork , Facebook Page: V-Day At York
York University Quidditch Club
Quidditch is a co-ed, full-contact sport based on the game from J.K Rowling's Harry Potter series. It is composed of elements of rugby, odge-ball, and flag football. All players are mounted on their brooms at all times: the result is a challenging and entertaining game played by hundreds of teams around the world.
Office hours: Monday 3-5 and Wednesday 1-3
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, instagram @yuquidditchclub, Facebook YU Quidditch Club
Other affiliations with Winters College Council:
-Creative Arts Student Association (CASA)
-Film Student Association (FSA)
-Golden Key International Honour Society - York Chapter
-Theatre Student Association (TSA)
-UNITY at York
-Visual Arts Students' Association (VASA)
-York University Musician's Society Association (YUMS)