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We look forward to welcoming you during your next visit to our galleries and grounds.

Advance ticket purchases are required. Click here to purchase timed tickets. Clark Members do not need advance reservations. 

Facemasks are required for all visitors at all times while inside our facilities (except when dining in Café 7), and outdoors when social distancing is not possible. More information on our health and safety protocols can be found here.

Please note that from October 12 to November 12, several permanent collection galleries will be temporarily unavailable due to on-going renovation work. During this period, the Clark's regular admission will be reduced to $10 per day. Click here for more information.

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EVENTS

Reflections: Introspective Gallery Talk
Reflections: Introspective Gallery Talk
October 19, 2021

Engage with the Clark’s collection through the lens of current events and personal interpretation in this series of introspective discussions focused on one or two objects in the galleries. On select ...

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Dancing Altars: Embodied Visualities in Togolese Sacred Arts
Dancing Altars: Embodied Visualities in Togolese Sacred Arts
October 19, 2021

Through layered visual displays, Ewe people in Togo map histories of cultural exchange with Indian merchants and African Muslims onto contemporary social relations. Some communities perform memories o ...

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OLLI at the Clark: Artistic Visionaries: Frank Gehry and Christo
OLLI at the Clark: Artistic Visionaries: Frank Gehry and Christo
October 20, 2021

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) brings its popular education programming to the Clark with a series of five lectures on two of the dominant figures in twenty-first-century art and archite ...

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Member Rare Books Talk - Show and Tell: New Library Acquisitions
Member Rare Books Talk - Show and Tell: New Library Acquisitions
October 20, 2021

Collections Development Librarian Terri Boccia shares an up-close look at some of the special books that entered the Clark’s collection in 2020 and 2021. Highlights range from a 1541 illustrated volum ...

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Almost Forgotten: Marginalized Histories in Bahamian Art (1950–1960s)
Almost Forgotten: Marginalized Histories in Bahamian Art (1950–1960s)
October 22, 2021

Circling themes of marginality, oral history, and cultural heritage, this talk examines the urgency of traditional and emerging archival practices and addresses a shift in the framing of historical na ...

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Living with Les Lalanne: a conversation with Brian McCarthy and Edith Dicconson.
Living with Les Lalanne: A Conversation with Brian McCarthy and Edith Dicconson
October 23, 2021

Kathleen Morris, curator of Claude and Francois-Xavier Lalanne: Nature Transformed, moderates a conversation between Kasmin gallerist Edith Dicconson and designer Brian McCarthy, both of whom knew Cla ...

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Member Talk: Saying Farewell to Les Lalanne
Member Talk: Saying Farewell to Les Lalanne
October 27, 2021

SOLD OUT. As the Clark’s Lalanne exhibition draws to a close, project curator Kathleen Morris will share some favorite stories of her work on the exhibition, including archival discoveries, “aha” mome ...

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OLLI at the Clark: Artistic Visionaries: Frank Gehry and Christo
OLLI at the Clark: Artistic Visionaries: Frank Gehry and Christo
October 27, 2021

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) brings its popular education programming to the Clark with a series of five lectures on two of the dominant figures in twenty-first-century art and archite ...

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Advice, Revision, and Obliteration in the Carolingian Manuscript of the Utrecht Psalter
Advice, Revision, and Obliteration in the Carolingian Manuscript of the Utrecht Psalter
October 29, 2021

If the Utrecht Psalter (UP-Utrecht Univ lib Ms 32) can be described as a performative, lively manuscript with active, dynamically sketched images that set good against evil, prophet against people, fa ...

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Fire Shut Up in My Bones
Fire Shut Up in My Bones
October 30, 2021

SOLD OUT. Sorry, no walk-in tickets available. The Met: Live in HD is the Metropolitan Opera’s award-winning series of live high-definition cinema simulcasts. Simulcasts feature the full performan ...

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OCTOBER EVENTS

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LIBRARY

Explore the Clark's library and digital assets collections.

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