Established in 2006, the purpose of the AAC is to provide students with an opportunity to explore their creativity and artistic talents. The club aims to encourage students to explore their artistic talents, provide a platform for students to share their work with others, promote creativity and foster a sense of community among them.

     The club engages in a variety of activities, ranging from art workshops, competitions, and exhibitions, organizing and participating within and outside of the university. From commemorating the International Mother Language Day on the 21st of February to celebrating the Bengali New Year on Pahela Baishakh every year, AAC collaborates to express their creativity through strokes, colors, and shades to create awe-inspiring pieces of art.

    Membership of AAC is open to students from all 4 Faculties of the university, who are interested in art. Recruitments are conducted during the semesters, through which applicants are evaluated, interviewed, and selected to join the club. Currently, there are 96 proactive members working in AAC.

    AAC operates under the supervision of the Office of Student Affairs (OSA), following the general structure for the Executive Committee (EC). OSA provides the overall guidance and constant support to the EC for implementing the various events of the club.

    Future Outlook:

    AAC plans to expand its scope and reach as an artistic platform in the future. The club hopes to offer more constructive workshops, as well as opportunities for students to create incredible artwork, participate in competitions, and exhibit their work to the world.