Student News

Student Art Exhibition: SketchPants at Home, Six Weeks of Creative Practice

15 April 2021 – 29 May 2021 Rare Book Room, Goddard Library Archives (1st Floor, off of the Academic Commons, behind ClarkRIDE desk) Monday–Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Goddard Library is delighted to host an exhibition of student art work created during Intersession 2021 in Instructor Jan Johnson’s ARTS 104: Creative Diet, a Six-Week…

March 15: Latin + American exhibition opens in Schiltkamp Gallery

March 15–May 9 in Schiltkamp Gallery, Traina Center for the Arts This exhibition showcases a group of contemporary American artists of Latinx heritage, which in itself includes a diverse group of identities having roots in the Spanish-speaking Caribbean, Central America, and South America, and comprises the descendants of Indigenous peoples, European settlers, and enslaved Africans.…

March 13: Clark music faculty present ‘Genius Children: Honoring the Music of Black Composers, Part 2’

  Following the success of the first “Genius Children: Honoring the Music of Black Composers” concert series from the Fall 2020 semester, Clark Arts will be reprising this series during the Spring 2021 semester. Please join us in celebrating a number of Black composers during the first of three concerts on March 13th at 7:30…

Feb. 27: Clark String Quartet performs concert of ‘Music for This Moment’

During the Spring 2021 semester, Clark Arts will host a series of virtual string concerts, “Music for this Moment: Voices of Hope and Defiance,” featuring the Clark University String Quartet. The first of the three concerts is this Saturday, February 27, at 7:30 p.m. The program — Shostakovitch, String Quartet No. 7; and Schubert, Cello…

Nov. 13: English Dept. hosts poetry reading by Honorée Fanonne Jeffers

Please join us for a reading and conversation with award-winning poet Honorée Fanonne Jeffers as she shares work from her recent book, The Age of Phillis. Based on over a decade worth of research, The Age of Phillis fills in biographical gaps in what we know about the remarkable life of Phillis Wheatley Peters, often…

March 17: Political Science lecture examines the past and future of the Republican Party

Tuesday, March 17 at 4:30 p.m. Grace Conference Room, Higgins University Cente Free and open to the public Refreshments will be served Heather Cox Richardson is professor of history at Boston College and an expert on American political and economic history. She is the author of six books on American politics, including “To Make Men…

Support literacy: Participate in United Way community reading events

United Way Reading EventsAre you interested in supporting literacy in our community? Please join the United Way to read to students in local schools and preschools! Time commitment is 45 minutes, one time. Books and t-shirts are provided. For more information, contact Meghan.Maceiko@unitedwaycm.org. Check out the United Way’s 2019-20 reading events.