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Exhibition: Celebrating Visual Arts at Clark (Part I)

Schiltkamp Gallery, Traina Center for the Arts 92 Downing Street, Worcester

Please note: The Gallery is open to public viewing, but the gallery talks are only open to members of the Clark campus community who are currently enrolled in the Clark University Covid-19 testing program. Audience members must be masked and vaccinated (or have received an exemption from the University). Members of the public are not […]

Geller Jazz Nightclub 2021 Welcomes Joel Ross Quintet

The Grind, Higgins University Center The Grind, Higgins University Center

Acclaimed vibraphonist Joel Ross brings his all-star Quintet to Clark for our fall Geller Jazz Nightclub. “I never had a doubt that I was going to do music,” says Joel Ross, the most thrilling new vibraphonist in America. “My whole life it was just about finding a way to do it.” In the past few years, […]

Clark University String Quartet presents “Music for this Moment” Live

Razzo Hall, Traina Center for the Arts 92 Downing St., Worcester

Clark Arts will be reprising the previously livestreamed February 27, 2021 “Music for this Moment" concert for a live in-person audience at the Traina Center for the Arts Razzo Hall on Saturday, October 2 at 7:30pm. Featured Music Program faculty Peter Sulski, violin, and Ariana Falk, cello, will perform alongside Mark Berger, viola, Omar Chen […]

Clark University Concert Band Family Weekend Concert

Tent outside of Alumni and Student Engagement Center 950 Main Street, Worcester

Join us in the tent outside of ASEC during Family Weekend to celebrate our Concert Band students, directed by Samantha McGill! Please note: This event is open to the public! Audience members must be masked and vaccinated (or have received an exemption from the University).

Genius Children: Honoring the Music of Black Composers Live

Razzo Hall, Traina Center for the Arts 92 Downing St., Worcester

Clark Arts will be reprising the previously livestreamed May 8th, 2021 “Genius Children" concert for a live in-person audience at the Traina Center for the Arts Razzo Hall on Saturday, October 16th at 7:30pm. Featured Music Program faculty Peter Sulski, violin, Ariana Falk, cello, and Yelena Beriyeva, piano, will perform: Volvic Maritim by Daniel Roumain […]

Both Sides of the Coin: Maya Deren’s Experimental Film Practice, talk by Sarah Keller

Razzo Hall, Traina Center for the Arts 92 Downing St., Worcester

Filmmaker Maya Deren established her name by making a series of experimental films that embrace opposites. Her remarkable body of work expresses and sustains contradictory notions—stillness/motion, real/imaginary, seen/unseen, negative/positive, finished/unfinished—to weaken the boundaries that would seem to confine art, form, and film in particular. In one film, the moving image becomes a freeze-frame as a […]

The People United Will Never Be Defeated! By Federic Rzewski

Razzo Hall, Traina Center for the Arts 92 Downing St., Worcester

The hour-long piano epic The People United Will Never Be Defeated! by Federic Rzewski will be performed by pianist and conductor Stephen Drury. Members of the public are invited to join us virtually for a broadcast of this performance at livestream.com/ClarkUniversity. This event is supported by The Tina Sweeney'49 Music Concert Series Fund. Please note: This […]

An Evening with Ash+Eric L’Esperance (fka The Promise is Hope) & Jesse Terry

Razzo Hall, Traina Center for the Arts 92 Downing St., Worcester

Join us for an evening with local folk music group Ash+Eric L'Esperance (fka The Promise is Hope) and singer/songwriter Jesse Terry! Members of the public are invited to join us virtually for a broadcast of this performance at livestream.com/ClarkUniversity. Please note: This event is only open to members of the Clark campus community who are […]

“A Woman Scorned”: Charity Concert Supporting Abby’s House

Razzo Hall, Traina Center for the Arts 92 Downing St., Worcester

The Clark University Charity Performance Series will be holding its inaugural concert "A Woman Scorned" on October 29th, 2021 at 7:30pm in Razzo Hall to support Abby's House in Worcester. Since 1976, Abby’s House has provided shelter, housing and advocacy to 14,000 homeless, battered and low-income women and children. Abby’s House is Worcester’s largest provider […]

7th Biennial New Play Festival: Write Right, by Dylan Parra

Daniels Theater, Atwood Hall

Please join us in celebrating the 7th Biennial New Play Festival! The Theater Arts Program will be producing six new full-length plays written by Clark undergraduate students. Due to the Little Center construction, New Play Festival will be located in Daniels Theatre in Atwood Hall. Please note: This event is only open to members of the […]

It All Makes Sense in the Rearview Mirror, talk by Michael Lorenzini ’92

Room 100-101, Traina Center for the Arts

As interest in photography has proliferated, photographs have ironically become more intangible and it is more difficult to have a career as a photographer. Through working as a photo editor, a documentary photographer, a writer and an educator, Michael has carved out a career in photography and preservation. He will talk about the challenges of photo preservation, […]

7th Biennial New Play Festival: Write Right, by Dylan Parra

Daniels Theater, Atwood Hall

Please join us in celebrating the 7th Biennial New Play Festival! The Theater Arts Program will be producing six new full-length plays written by Clark undergraduate students. Due to the Little Center construction, New Play Festival will be located in Daniels Theatre in Atwood Hall. Please note: This event is only open to members of the […]