Many people on the Amarillo College campuses have artistic eyes, and they are who the Fuse Arts club was made for. Fuse Arts was created six years ago by several students who thought it would be fun to fuse all the various art clubs on campus together. Another goal was to do collaborations with the other clubs. “When we would meet with other clubs, we’d basically just do silly things, nothing serious,” said Visual Arts Instructor Stephanie Jung. “You don’t need to be an art major to join Fuse Arts; I’m just looking for people who are interested in some form of art.” Fuse Art meets at 2 p.m. each Monday in 112 Russell Hall. To join, all students need to do is show up to the meetings. They previously worked with groups such as Odyssey Hospice, Legacy Nursing Home and San Jacinto Elementary School. Fuse Arts is trying to work with children, to help them get a hands-on experience with art. One of the projects the club is organizing is an outreach with elementary students, said Gabby Garza, a graphic design major. Members want to show them how to be creative and also perform a couple of art techniques such as using contour lining and outlining. Having been a tutor, Garza was able to help the club get into the Tradewinds ESD program. That was their outreach center, and together they would work with students and create a group project with them. Another activity this semester is making leached shirt stencils. “We wanted to help the children be productive with their hands and have fun while doing it,” said Ashlyn Farrell, a graphic design major and president of the Fuse Arts club. Interested students can call Jung at 806-371-5282. Her office is located in 124-B Russell Hall.