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On the Horizon
Open through February 12, 2023
First Sunday Free
Sunday, December 4
Hilton Als on Diane Arbus in Manhattan
Thursday, December 8
Promenades on Paper: Eighteenth-Century French Drawings from the Bibliothèque nationale de France
Opens December 17
The Met: Live in HD—The Hours
Saturday, December 10
Tomm El-Saieh: Imaginary City
Open through January 8, 2023

YOUR SUPPORT MEANS SO MUCH TO SO MANY!

Earlier this year, Denise Littlefield Sobel was chosen to lead the Clark’s Board of Trustees. Her energy and enthusiasm spring from a deep devotion to the Clark’s commitment to provide greater access to and appreciation for art and nature through our programming. Meet Denise through this video and hear from her about the vital role you play in our future. And if you’re motivated to support the Clark, click here to make an online donation. In December, generous donors are matching the first $50,000 in contributions. Your generosity is deeply appreciated.

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EVENTS

Williamstown Theatre Festival Production: Music Lessons
Williamstown Theatre Festival Production: Music Lessons
December 4, 2022

SOLD OUT Williamstown Theatre Festival (WTF) presents a special performance of Ed Napier’s Music Lessons in the Clark's auditorium as part of the Williamstown Holiday Walk festivities. Tracing his ...

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Member Rare Books Talk: It's About Time!
Member Rare Books Talk: It's About Time!
December 6, 2022

As the end of another year approaches, Collections Development Librarian Terri Boccia looks at the cyclical nature of time through illustrations in the library’s special collections. Reservations are ...

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Ruskin Unpossessed
Ruskin Unpossessed
December 6, 2022

In this Research and Academic Program lecture, Jeremy Melius (University of Oxford / Michael Ann Holly Fellow) explores the aesthetic and ethical parameters of John Ruskin’s watercolor practice. As in ...

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Hilton Als on Diane Arbus in Manhattan
Hilton Als on Diane Arbus in Manhattan
December 8, 2022

In this Research and Academic Program lecture, Hilton Als, writer and art critic for The New Yorker, one of the 2022 recipients of the Clark Prize, and the 2022–23 Clark Professor in the Williams Grad ...

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Drawing Closer: Far and Near
Drawing Closer: Far and Near
December 9, 2022

SOLD OUT Artists of all experience and skill levels are invited to work independently on thematic selections from the Clark’s collection of prints, drawings, and photographs. Unique themes guide each ...

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Fresh Takes: Emerging Art Historians Explore the Clark Collection
Fresh Takes: Emerging Art Historians Explore the Clark Collection
December 9, 2022

Take a new look at old favorites in the Clark’s permanent collection. A Williams College graduate student shares their thoughts on an object in the collection with the perspective of new scholarship. ...

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Start with Art: Shadow and Light
Start with Art: Shadow and Light
December 10, 2022

Get your preschoolers off to a creative start with themed painting talks, gallery guides, and art-making activities specially designed for this age group. December’s event is themed around shadow and ...

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Print Room Pop-Up: The Hours
Print Room Pop-Up: The Hours
December 10, 2022

During weekend pop-up hours, view a special display of works on paper from the permanent collection, themed to the afternoon Met Live in HD performance screening. Before the Metropolitan Opera’s broad ...

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Permanent Collection Weekly Gallery Tour
Permanent Collection Weekly Gallery Tour
December 10, 2022

On this informative walk through the permanent collection galleries with a Clark educator, look at featured works from the collection and learn more about the Institute's unique history. Free with ga ...

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The Met: Live in HD—The Hours
The Met: Live in HD—The Hours
December 10, 2022

The Met: Live in HD is the Metropolitan Opera’s award-winning series of live high-definition cinema simulcasts. Simulcasts feature the full performance along with backstage interviews and commentary. ...

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LIBRARY

Explore the Clark's library and digital assets collections.

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WINTER EVENTS

Click here to view and download the December, January, and February calendar of events.