Campus News & Events

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BUILT / BROKEN exhibition runs through April 17 in the Schiltkamp Gallery

March 20 – April 17, 2019 Schiltkamp Gallery, Traina Center for the Arts Artists include: Taylor Apostol, Cynthia Back, Michele Fandel Bonner, Johnathan Derry, Hilde-Kari Guttormsen, Patty Harris, Donald Hartmann, John Hayes-Nikas, Jan Johnson, Robert Lewis, Dylan MacLeod, Robert Maloney, Angela McHale, Duncan Morimoto Brown, Chelsea Revelle, Seth Rubin, Cathy Weaver Taylor, Jill Watts The…

Clarkies Against Cancer’s Relay for Life is Sunday, April 7

Come one, come all to Clarkies Against Cancer’s Relay For Life, which will have a Disney theme this year!

Register for Relay for $15. Purchase an all-you-can-eat food wristband for $5.

Relay For Life is an 8-hour event where we have fun games, activities, food, and ceremonies. Some of these events include:

  • Musical chairs
  • Bingo
  • Disney trivia

Our relay will take place on Sunday, April 7th from noon to 8 p.m. in the Kneller Athletic Center.

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*As a disclaimer: running for Relay is not mandatory!*






Prof. Gino DiIorio publishes two plays in one month

Theatre Arts Program Director Gino DiIorio published two plays through Samuel French in the month of November. The first, “Centennial Casting,” was originally produced at Penguin Rep Theatre in Stony Brook, N.Y., and has had subsequent productions at Virginia Stage Company (Norfolk, Va.), Seven Angels Theatre (Waterbury, Conn.), and the Arclight Theatre (New York, N.Y., now called Theater…

Oct. 25: Clark Arts presents screening of two Su Friedrich films and Q&A with filmmaker

Thursday, Oct. 25 at 7:30 p.m Razzo Hall, Traina Center for the Arts Free and Open to the Public Su Friedrich has produced and directed more than 20 16mm films and digital videos, including “I Cannot Tell You How I Feel” (2016), “Queen Takes Pawn” (2013), “Gut Renovation” (2012), “Seeing Red” (2005), “The Odds of…

Oct. 10: ‘Likeness’ exhibition opening reception at Schiltkamp Gallery

Wednesday, Oct. 10; 4 to 6 p.m. Exhibition on view until Dec. 4 Schiltkamp Gallery From Neolithic plastered skulls to today’s phone “selfie,” images of the human head are probably the most potent, frequent, symbolic, and enduring visual artifacts we create. The portrait engages mortality, celebrates the individual, reveals social mores — and fully challenges the…