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Feb. 4: Hub New Music concert in Razzo Hall will include works by composers at Clark

February 4 at 3 p.m. Razzo Hall, Traina Center for the Arts Free an open to all Hub New Music, Boston-based chamber music organization actively performing and commissioning the latest generation of composers, will perform a program that is special for its inclusion of works by two composers at Clark: Sundar Subramanian, Professor of Music…

Opening Jan. 24: ‘The Wall’ exhibition looks at border territory between the U.S. and Mexico

The Wall An exhibition of paintings about the border territory between the U.S. and Mexico Wednesday, January 24  3 to 4 p.m. Conversation with the artist, Gregory Thielker, and Paja Faudree, associate professor of anthropology at Brown University 4 to 5:30 p.m. Opening reception Schiltkamp Gallery, Traina Center for the Arts Exhibition on view through…

Welcome (back), green Clarkies! – Learn how to minimize your impact while here at Clark in 2018

A warm welcome back to everyone at Clark! Here at Clark we have several ways everyone can get involved and minimize their impact. Shop at the Community Thrift Store on Main Street for stellar back-to-school finds at a fraction of the cost. Check their Facebook page to find coupons, sales, and special offers throughout the year. Looking to…

Apply now for 2018 Peter J. Condakes Summer Research Fellowship Award

Doing research this summer? Need funding for travel or other research expenses? Apply today for the 2018 Peter J. Condakes Summer Research Fellowship Award! The School of Geography is now accepting applications for the 2018 Peter J. Condakes Summer Research Fellowship. This award is open to continuing undergraduate students majoring in Geography, Global Environmental Studies (GES),…

Open call for juried exhibition opportunity at Clark; deadline to submit is Feb. 1

Artists working in any media are invited to submit work to a group exhibition titled “Fear” in the Schiltkamp Gallery, Traina Center for the Arts. This theme is open to interpretation. Please send five images of your work to cuartsfear@gmail.com or send a CD, thumb drive, slides, or photographs to the Gallery Director of the Visual…

Clark receives achievement certificate from EPA for work in reducing food waste

In 2016, over 950 businesses, governments, and organizations participated in EPA’s Food Recovery Challenge, part of the EPA’s Sustainable Materials Management Program, which seeks to reduce the environmental impact of all kinds of materials. To prevent and reduce their wasted food, Food Recovery Challenge participants used cost-effective and creative practices like reducing excess food from educational…

Clark University awards 2018 Michelson Playwriting Commission to Miranda Adekoje

Clark University announces the winner of the 2018 Michelson Playwriting Commission, awarded to a playwright of color and carrying with it a $2,000 prize. The winning play is also given a workshop production in the Michaelson Theatre. This year’s winner is Miranda Adekoje, for her play Shelter of Last Resort. Miranda Adekoje is a writer for…

Nov. 5: Clark Arts presents “Identity,” a visual and musical arts residency

“Identity” is a one-day residency with Castle of Our Skins and New Gallery Concert Series that, through art, music and dialogue, explores the systemic racism faced by African-Americans. Castle of our Skins is a concert and educational series dedicated to celebrating Black artistry through music. The New Gallery Concert Series  presents new pieces of music and visual art,…