Dining at the Clark:
A culinary treat!

The Clark and culinary partner Starr Events offer three exceptional dining choices: Café 7, offering fresh sandwiches, salads, and treats with sit-down service on the lower level of the Clark Center; Francine's, a casual summer to-go lunch spot in the Clark Center's West Pavilion; and Stone Hill Café, offering glorious mountain views and al fresco dining on the terrace of the Lunder Center at Stone Hill.

Mobile app for iPad now available!

Free download on iTunes
We're excited to launch ClarkArt Mobile for iPad! Engage with more than 150 works in the collection through in-depth audio, video, and interactive content; take an environmental sustainability tour of the campus; delve into the history of the Clark through an interactive timeline; plan your visit; and more!
Click here to download for free with iTunes.

Bierstadt Painting
on View

Through Sunday, July 19
Come see Albert Bierstadt's magnificent Puget Sound on the Pacific Coast, on loan from the Seattle Art Museum as the result of a friendly Super Bowl rivalry with the Clark.

Van Gogh and Nature

June 14–September 13, 2015
The Clark welcomes Van Gogh and Nature, featuring nearly fifty paintings and drawings from thirty museums and private collections around the world. Read the New York Times and Boston Globe reviews here!

Thomas Schütte: Crystal

Now open
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, including the Clark’s campus, are constructed and preserved. Pick up a trail map at the admissions desk and take a hike to the installation.

Iconic American Painting ‘Whistler’s Mother’ Arrives July 4

James McNeill Whistler's Arrangement in Grey and Black, No. 1 (Portrait of the Artist’s Mother), familiarly known as Whistler's Mother, will be on view July 4–September 27. Read Sebastian Smee's Boston Globe article here.

Tree-lovers Hike

Friday, July 3, 11 am
In celebration of the exhibition Van Gogh and Nature, join in a 45-minute walk of the Clark’s campus and learn about the trees on site. Meet at the intersection of the Nan and Howard paths. Weather dependent.

Whistler’s Mother
Opening Lectures

Sunday, July 5
11 am and 3 pm
Exhibition Curator Jay A. Clarke considers the path of James McNeill Whistler's iconic painting Arrangement in Grey and Black, No. 1 (Portrait of the Artist's Mother) from the artist's London studio in 1871 to its place in contemporary American popular culture.

Free Summer Band Concert:
Girl Howdy

Tuesday, July 7, 6 pm
The Clark's free outdoor summer concert series begins with Girl Howdy, a five-piece honky-tonk band playing classic music of the late 1940s to the early 1960s. Bring a picnic or purchase barbecue fare.