Student Creativity Grants
The Hive student creativity grant program supports projects by evoking and enabling creative growth within and between 5C students. This grant program supports students who need access to creative resources such as funding, materials, space, or mentoring for their important creative endeavors.
The Hive prioritizes proposals that develop a skill or fulfill a creative goal; and are collaborative, for projects and activities where resources are shared by team members.
Once creative projects are completed, teams are encouraged to share what they’ve created through written, visual, or physical artifacts, as well as conduct a workshop with the Hive to demonstrate to others their project’s process, highlights, and challenges.
Four creativity grants were awarded to two students, both from Pomona, working on self-initiated and self-development projects for a total of $5770 in grant funds. The creative projects included:
- Design, develop, equip and install, implement and engage the Hive SoundBox audio recording studio for Claremont Colleges students and faculty
- Practice and learn product design in electrical engineering through hands-on smart mirror design and implementation
- Present and appreciate art in a unique way by creating an original art piece through a shared hair dyeing experience and event
- Create, perform, and release a soundtrack of music inspired by and written during the hair dyeing art piece experience