Ancient Ritual Bronzes From the Shanghai Museum

Radical Words

From Magna Carta
to the Constitution

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Freedom Family Day

Sunday, November 2
1–4:30 pm
Celebrate freedom with fun, free activities for the whole family—and enjoy the final day of Radical Words: From Magna Carta to the Constitution. Click here for a schedule of events.

Monet | Kelly

Opens November 23
This unique exhibition focuses on the significant role Claude Monet’s motifs and the sites that inspired his paintings have played in the work of American painter Ellsworth Kelly. The contents of the exhibition, selected by Kelly, include two of his paintings and eighteen unpublished drawings, together with nine paintings by Monet from his Belle-Île series and from his garden in Giverny.

Architecture and Sustainability Campus Walk

Saturday, November 1
1–3 pm
Join us for a campus-wide walk that provides a chronological overview of the Clark's tremendous transformation. Meet at the main entrance of the Clark Center.

A Salute to Tradition

Saturday, November 22
10:30 am & 5 pm
The shamisen, a three-stringed instrument, is a central element in Japan's performing arts culture. Two special presentations will be performed by Japan's preeminent shamisen players: a twenty-minute performance at 10:30 (free) and an hour-plus performance at 5 pm ($15). Click here to purchase tickets.

Art History & Emergency

A RAP Conference
Friday–Saturday, November 7–8, 10 am–5 pm
This conference, convened by the Clark's Research and Academic Program, assesses art history’s specific roles and responsibilities with regard to the condition widely described as the “humanities crisis.”
Click here for more information.