Created on Tuesday, December 27, 2022, Kean Aesthetics is a new organization with much to offer to Kean University students. This club is perfect for artists needing a space to express themselves creatively.
According to Cougar Link, the purpose of Kean Aesthetics is to provide a collective space for “students who have a passion for art, fashion, beauty, and all things creative.”
Kean Aesthetics helps students find and sculpt their artistic identity and aesthetic style. The club encourages collaboration by providing a platform to showcase their creative abilities. Kean Aesthetics allows members to learn from one another through meetings, discussions, activities, events, and friendship.
“My favorite thing about being the president of Kean Aesthetics is being able to connect with other clubs on campus and getting to recruit people who like our club,” said Kendallee Anyosa, president of Kean Aesthetics.
The organization doesn’t require students to be experts in any creative field. Kean Aesthetics wants members that are enthusiastic about the club and its purpose.
“In prospective members, we look for individuality, style, or a willingness to learn more about it,” said Anyosa.
Kean Aesthetics is actively networking with other clubs to build strong connections, which may create opportunities to create events outside of campus. The goal is to plan trips to galleries, fashion shows, beauty insiders, and other places to inspire members' creativity.
Students can glimpse into Kean Aesthetics by attending their “Paint Your Own Tote Bag!” event. Students can practice their painting skills while creating a unique fashion accessory. The event will happen tomorrow, Friday, April 28, at 3:30 p.m. in the Miron Student Center, Room 226.
The club’s next general body meeting will be on Friday, May 5, at 3:30 p.m. in the Center for Academic Success, Room 250. This meeting will allow students to network, find a place within Kean’s creative community, and have fun.“Our biggest values are self-expression. We take pride in everyone’s individuality,” said Anyosa.