ABOUT THE SCHILTKAMP GALLERY
The mission of the Schiltkamp Gallery is to enhance the Clark University community with a diverse range of exhibitions, lectures, and discussions.
The gallery was established by a generous gift from Arrien 78' and Robin Schiltkamp in the honor of Jacob and Alida Hoven Schiltkamp. It supports the teaching of art at Clark University, as part of an interdisciplinary educational experience.
Exhibitions are developed in collaboration with Clark faculty members and courses, with attention to the needs and interests of the larger Worcester and Northeast arts communities.
Clark students work as interns with the gallery directors to develop, install, and maintain each of the exhibits. A schedule of four to five exhibitions during the academic year brings diverse and compelling interdisciplinary artwork to the Clark campus.
The final exhibit of every year is the annual Senior Thesis Show, highlighting the graduating seniors from the Studio Art Program.