Our Juneteenth: The Social event will include an authentic Puerto Rican buffet, cash bar, and Latin-Afrocentric dance lessons.
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Join the Clark Black Alumni Association for this free virtual event in celebration of Juneteenth. Toby Sisson, associate professor and studio art program director, will discuss her co-curated exhibit, “Us Them We | Race Ethnicity Identity,” now on display at the Worcester Art Museum After the presentation, Professor Sisson will take questions about her work and the exhibit.
Image of the living room space from "Digital TV Breakfast" (2018), with the original "Digital TV Dinner" (1978) playing on the television, alongside the Bally Astrocade home computer and game console. "Digital TV Breakfast" is a digital interactive art piece made in Unity and originally designed for the art exhibition Chicago New Media 1973-1992 curated […]
In this talk, which is written as a love letter, Professor TreaAndrea M. Russworm (she/her) from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst examines different modalities of Black cultural life—hip hop, Blaxploitation film, popular fiction, and simulation games—as spatial-speculative tools for playing in a broken world. What can Black speculative thinking teach us about navigating the […]
Technology can give you superpowers. Where literature and film often transport you into the imagination and world-building of a pre-defined plot, there exist spaces where you are in control of the narrative and can experiment with abilities far exceeding your capabilities in the physical world. Games, like World of Warcraft or Fortnite and the virtual […]
With the summer session approaching, we know people will be looking for internship opportunities and even full-time jobs. Therefore, the Clark Connections Center will be hosting their All-Majors Virtual Career Fair this Wednesday from 1 pm to 4 pm. It's a great opportunity to expose your profile to employers and hopefully land an opportunity that […]