First Sundays Free

Now through May 6, 2018
Enjoy free admission to the galleries on the first Sunday of each month! 

Thomas Schütte: Crystal

Thomas Schütte: Crystal is the contemporary artist’s first full-scale architectural artwork in the United States. Located on a meadow near the top of Stone Hill, Crystal provides visitors the opportunity to reflect on how landscapes and places are constructed and preserved. Pick up a trail map at admissions and take a hike to the installation.

Drawn to Greatness

Opens Saturday, February 3
Drawn to Greatness: Master Drawings from the Thaw Collection highlights 150 exceptional drawings from the Eugene V. Thaw Collection. Assembled over the last fifty years, it is one of the world’s finest private collections of drawings. The exhibition includes pivotal works by Rembrandt van Rijn, Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo, Jean-Antoine Watteau, Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, J.M.W. Turner, William Blake, Edgar Degas, Mary Cassatt, Paul Gauguin, Paul Cézanne, Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, Jackson Pollock, and more. 

Image: Rembrandt van Rijn, Four Musicians with Wind Instruments (detail), c. 1638. Morgan Library & Museum, Thaw Collection, 2004.42

Try our multimedia guide!

Connect more deeply with art—including Clark favorites like John Singer Sargent's Fumée d'ambre grisusing a multimedia guide, available at the admission desk ($5/$3 members). Or, download the Clark's mobile app onto your smartphone using iTunes or Google Play™.

Looking and Lunching: Recent Acquistions

Thursday, Jan 18, 12 pm
Join Senior Curator Esther Bell as she discusses the Clark’s newest acquisition, Portrait of Achille Deban de Laborde by the French portraitist Alexandre-Jean Dubois-Drahonet. Free with gallery admission; arrive early to pre-order and purchase your meal or bring your own lunch.

Met Live in HD: Tosca

Saturday, Jan 27, 12:55 pm
Conducted by Emmanuel Villaume, the new staging of Puccini’s dramatic tragedy is directed by Sir David McVicar. Click here for tickets

Titus Kaphar Speaks

Thursday, Feb 1, 2 pm
Public seating is currently sold out. Additional seating may be added at a later date.
Mixed media artist Titus Kaphar presents a free lecture, “Making Space for Black History: Amending the Landscape of American Art,” as part of Claiming Williams Day.