While Florida Tech may be known for its science and engineering programs, you may be surprised to learn that the campus is chock-full of all sorts of arts activities and buildings. From visual art to the written word, there's something for everyone's artistic side.\n\nClick through to see how you can exercise the right side of your brain here.\n\n\nRuth Center for Textile Arts & Foosaner Art Museum\n\nFlorida Tech is home to TWO museums\u2014the Ruth Funk Center for Textile Arts on campus and the Foosaner Art Museum just down the road off of Eau Gallie Boulevard. Several exhibits fill the halls throughout the year, giving you more than enough reasons to return. Past special events include\u00a0Alex Trimino and Carrie Sieh's Reiminaged Innovations in Fiber\u00a0and Richard Renaldi's Touching Strangers.\n\n\nCollege Players\n\n\nDo you think 'all the world's a stage'? Then College Players is for you! Run entirely by Florida Tech students, College Players holds the hottest plays and musicals in the spring and fall semesters. Recent productions include Reefer Madness, Curtains, Company and Catch Me if You Can. Not an actor? You can join the tech crew, play in the pit orchestra, or even direct.\n\n\nCollege Radio\n\nHave you ever listened to a radio talk show and thought, "I could totally do that"? At Florida Tech, you can. One of the university's oldest institutions is our college radio program. We provide the equipment, you provide the music choices and booming voice. What will YOUR show be about?\n\n\nThe Crimson\n\n\nSharpen those writing and investigative skills by joining The Crimson\u00a0team. From concept\u00a0to layout, Florida Tech students do it all. Established in 1967, The Crimson covers\u00a0events both on and off campus including campus life, national and world news, sports, entertainment and technology.\n\nWant even more literary-related opportunities? Check out the Anime Club, Society for Science Fiction and Fantasy, and campus arts magazine, Kaleidoscope.\u00a0\n\nMusic\n\n\nWhat are the arts without a little music? In Florida Tech's music program, you can indulge in your love for an instrument or singing (and even earn a music minor). Take classes like Intro to Popular American Music, Beginning Guitar, or Concert Choir and have fun!\n\n\nDance\n\n\nDid you know that dancing improves mental function and flexibility? If dancing is what you love, look no further than the Shik Shak Belly Dancing Club, Street Dance Club, or Ballroom Dance Club. A club for every dance style.\n\nMedia\n\n\nVideo production and photography opportunities are all over campus. FITV,\u00a0Florida Tech's very own television station brings quality programming to all students through the creation of custom content made by students, as well as coverage of all FIT based sporting events and mainstream movies.