This past Friday night I had the honor of inducting 24 new members into Zeta Omicron, Marywood’s chapter of Kappa Pi. Kappa Pi is an international art honor society that I have had the honor to be a part of for the past two years. Being a member of Zeta Omicron has opened the door to so many social and service art activities and has given me the opportunity to meet fellow art majors outside of the classroom. Through Zeta Omicron I curated an art exhibit with fellow members, participated in Kidstuff, held holiday card sales where proceeds went to local service organizations, and spent time with some of my best friends in a creative environment.
To celebrate Zeta Omicron’s growing membership and presence at Marywood, we decided to do a non-traditional induction ceremony. Since Zeta Omicron is an honor society, we wanted to recognize our new members as well as have a fun night to celebrate. The theme of our induction was based on The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s annual MET Gala. We decorated the space, brought appetizers and desserts, had a photo booth, and pretended to be fancy. (Check out the pictures we took and tell me if you agree!)
Overall, I had a blast and am so happy to officially welcome our new inductees to Zeta Omicron. This is a big honor, so if you were inducted congratulations again! I can’t wait to continue with all the exciting and creative activities we have planned.
If you want to learn more about Zeta Omicron check out the Clubs & Activities page right here on Where Creativity Works.