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Discovering Photographs Through the Allure of Sound

Room 100-101, Traina Center for the Arts

Sonology, the study of sound, has a profound influence on David Krooshof’s photography. In this talk, he will discuss his process and recent exploration of the habitual flight of bats.

Sponsored by: Department of Visual & Performing Arts

Discussion: Are monuments to the Confederacy offensive?

Should monuments to the Confederacy be torn down? Professor Ousmane Power-Greene and Dutch filmmaker Tim van den Hoff, who traveled throughout the American South to interview people and capture moments of this contentious debate for his documentary, “Monumental Crossroads,” will consider debates that are both national and local.

In the Early Years: A Photo Retrospective of Clark University, 1893–1914

Join us for a reception celebrating the opening of “In the Early Years: A Photo Retrospective of Clark University, 1893-1914.” This exhibit, curated on the occasion of the Worcester Tercentennial, features images of a new institution striving to build its campus and establish an academic reputation.

Documentary Screening: ClayDream

Razzo Hall, Traina Center for the Arts 92 Downing Street, Worcester, MA

Join us for a screening of filmmaker Marq Evans’s newest documentary, “ClayDream,” about the “Father of Claymation,” Will Vinton. The screening will be followed by a discussion with Evans.

Sponsored by: Department of Visual & Performing Arts

Community Conversation: A Taste for Public Humanities

Clark University, Higgins Lounge, Dana Commons - 2nd Floor 36 Maywood Street, Worcester, MA

Our series Nourishing Teaching, Learning & Research in the Arts & Humanities continues! These discussions will provide an opportunity for Clark faculty, staff, and students to engage in conversation around the strategic priorities of the Higgins School in partnership with the University’s strategic framework team. This event is open only to the Clark community; please register at the […]

Women Leaders: Pathways, Powers, and Governance

Professors Kristen Williams, political science, and Danielle Hanley, women’s and gender studies, will be joined by Farida Jalalzai, professor of political science at Virginia Tech, for a discussion about women leaders and institutional power.