“Main IDEA at Clark U” is a Clark University Student Club helping Clark artists become involved in the community by volunteering at Main IDEA! Club members volunteer for our programs throughout the year to lead our students in various interactive art activities including music, visual art, dance, creative writing, and drama! As Main IDEA was founded in part by Clark University students and alumni, and our summer program is held annually on campus, Clark University continues to play a foundational role in the relationship built between the organization and the Main South community.
1. Apply to be a Volunteer!
Connect with a “Main IDEA at Clark U” Eboard Member to complete your student-volunteer training!
Complete Your Required Forms and bring them with you to training:
2. Sign Up for a Program!
Virtual Youth Art Club: Matheson/Wellington Apts: Monday’s 4-5pm on Zoom (elementary ages). Sign up HERE!
Woodland Academy Art Club: Tuesday’s & Wednesday’s 2-3:30pm, in-person (5th/6th grade). Sign up HERE!
Canterbury School Art Club: Thursday’s 3-4pm, in-person (elementary ages). Sign up HERE!
Apply to teach an art class for our programs with THIS Curriculum Template!
Find out more about the Main IDEA at Clark U Club!
Click HERE to to learn more and apply for our Student INTERNSHIP!
Terryn, is a sophomore from Tyngsboro, MA. She is studying Spanish, Community Youth and Education Studies, and minoring in theatre. She is a lifetime member of Girl Scouts and her favorite types of art are music, writing, and drama.
Brooke is from Tewksbury MA, and is a sophomore at Clark. She is the treasurer for Main IDEA! She is majoring in psychology and double minoring in education and theatre. She is also on the E-Board for Clark Choirs and Clark Musical Theatre. Her favorite type of art is drama, but she loves them all!! She cannot wait for the amazing virtual programming Main IDEA has coming up for the fall 2020 season!
Emily studies English at Clark University. She enjoys reading, writing poetry, and spending time outside. Her favorite types of art are writing, painting, and theater.
“Art is important to me because it acts as an outlet of self-expression when words fail!”