Joining 7220 Entertainment is super easy! Just attend a meeting for whichever committee you're interested in joining. We'll have you fill out a small application and go over a few of our expectations and incentives and that's basically it. Not sure which one to get involved with? Check out the quick summary of each group below, or click on their name to get more information.
"It's the most fun you will ever have in a club."
"My favorite part is being able to see what happens behind the scenes."
"It's so cool to be a part of making the show happen."
"I joined to meet new people and learn more about marketing."
"You get to have an impact on what goes on in our campus."
The Films Committee is responsible for providing free full-length feature films on a weekly basis to the student population. Selections may include current major studio releases, documentaries, cult films, throwback films, and public domain films.
Meeting Time: Wednesdays, 4 pm in Union 012
The Fine Arts & Lectures Committee is responsible for providing the University of Wyoming and surrounding community with free cultural, artistic, educational programs and thought provoking lectures. The purpose of this committee is to enhance and cultivate diversity and to provide educational and cultural opportunities that are unique to the campus and expand the knowledge of participants. This committee is also charged with overseeing the operations and exhibits for Gallery 234 in the Wyoming Union.
Meeting Time: Mondays, 5 pm in Union 012
The Large Scale Events Committee is responsible for bringing large name entertainers to the University of Wyoming. The committee attempts to deliver diverse acts throughout the academic year, including speakers, musicians, comedians, and other performers. The Large Scale Events Committee is expected to generate revenue from their events in order to offset costs to allow the committee to bring more acts throughout the academic year. Large Scale Event programs should cater to the University of Wyoming and Laramie communities.
Meeting Time: Wednesdays, 6 pm in Union 012
The Late-Night Events Committee is responsible for providing the University of Wyoming student body with free, quality entertainment that is fun, unique and exciting, that take place during targeted prime social hours. The Late-Night Events Committee is expected to plan and execute larger scale, multi-tiered programs on specifically targeted nights and weekends as determined by the Campus Activities Center.
Meeting Time: Wednesdays, 2 pm in Union 012
The Weekly Events Committee is charged for providing events and activities for the student population to enjoy on a weekly basis. The committee should be intentional in developing a comprehensive, diverse schedule of events throughout the year. This includes, but is in no way limited to: music, comedy, speakers, spoken word, trips, special events, etc.
Meeting Time: Mondays, 4:15 pm in Union 012