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At Clark University, we value the arts.

Music, theater, and visual arts can bridge cultures, forge understanding, spark conversation, and inspire creativity. Our Visual and Performing Arts Department and associated student groups offer a wide range of on-campus arts events, with something for every interest.

On Campus

Featured Events and Venues

Haitian Jazz Project

SMOOTH SOUNDS

Geller Jazz Festival

The annual series presents concerts by world-renowned artists, along with workshops for students.

ON STAGE

New Play Festival

This biennial festival features works by Clark students, fully staged and performed in repertory.

ART ON EXHIBIT

The Schiltkamp Gallery

Our on-campus art galleries feature a range of exhibitions, lectures, and events.

Visit our Visual and Performing Arts Department for Events and Venues

Razzo Hall
ARTS Spaces

On-Campus Arts Venues and Resources

Clark has a range of arts facilities to meet every need, whether you are an artist, performer, or audience member. Galleries, studios, theaters, rehearsal space, and work areas abound.

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Beyond Campus

The Arts in Worcester

Worcester’s arts scene is thriving, from niche galleries to the Worcester Art Museum’s world-class collections, Broadway shows at the Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts, and concerts and events at the DCU Center.

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Clark Arts in the News

Art history students curate ‘Women of WAM’ exhibit

Work examines depictions of femininity in Worcester Art Museum’ collections

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Students follow 'creative diet' of art practices

Sketchbooks are on display through the end of May

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Clarkies share passion for theater at festival

Students explore playwriting, directing, and more in online workshops

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