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We, the members of the Modesto Junior College Visual Arts Club, establish this organization in order to represent the student art community within and beyond the Modesto Junior College campus. We aim to promote the cooperation between students, faculty, and community members in order to raise awareness and appreciation of the visual arts. Our goals include creating a supportive environment for aspiring artists to reach their full potential, to further educate the community in the Arts, and to foster the pursuit of creative endeavors.