Clark Center

The new 42,600-square-foot Clark Center, designed by Pritzker Prize–winning architect Tadao Ando (who also designed Lunder Center at Stone Hill), includes more than 11,000 square feet of gallery space for special exhibitions; a multipurpose pavilion for conferences, lectures, and events; new dining, retail, and family spaces; and an all-glass Museum Pavilion that creates a new entrance to the original Museum Building.

Museum Building

The expanded Museum Building, with interiors designed by Selldorf Architects, is newly renovated to include the addition of more than 2,200 square feet of gallery space and a new west-to-east orientation. It is home to the Clark’s permanent collection of painting, sculpture, works on paper, and decorative art from the Renaissance to the early twentieth century.

Manton Research Center

Currently undergoing renovation, the Manton Research Center, with interiors designed by Selldorf Architects, features the Manton Study Center for Works on Paper; an adjacent gallery for regular exhibitions of prints, drawings, and photography; gallery space featuring the Manton Collection of British Art; a new public reading room; and a bookstore and coffee bar.

Lunder Center at Stone Hill

Designed by Tadao Ando and opened in 2008, Lunder Center at Stone Hill is situated on a wooded hillside and integrated into the landscape with a network of scenic trails and walking paths. Stone Hill Center houses two galleries in which the Clark presents smaller special exhibitions highlighting its collection as well as works representing periods and cultures not currently shown at the Clark. A seasonal terrace cafĂ© offers a varied menu of light lunch fare while affording magnificent views of the Taconic Range and Green Mountains. Also located at Stone Hill Center are the Hunter Studio art classroom space and the Williamstown Art Conservation Center, the largest regional conservation center in the country.