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Guillaume Lethière
Open through October 14, 2024
Kathia St. Hilaire: Invisible Empires
Open through September 22, 2024
Paper Cities
Open Through June 23, 2024
David-Jeremiah: I Drive Thee
Open Through January 26, 2025
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SUMMER STARTS NOW!

Summer is here in the Berkshires, along with an exciting new season of special exhibitions and events! Discover the remarkable story of Caribbean-born artist Guillaume Lethière, a leading neoclassical painter who has been all-but-forgotten today. The Clark is the first museum to present a monographic exhibition of Lethière’s work, featuring more than 100 paintings, drawings, engravings, and sculpture. Kathia St. Hilaire: Invisible Empires features the work of Haitian-American artist Kathia St. Hilaire, who combines printmaking, painting, collage, and weaving to create stunning works of magical realism. Visit Paper Cities, an exhibition that includes prints, drawings, and photographs exploring the wide variety of ways in which artists have depicted cities over more than 400 years. And don’t miss seeing our latest public spaces installation, David-Jeremiah: I Drive Thee, on view in the Clark Center and in the Manton Research Center. 

It’s also the perfect time to explore our permanent collection galleries or head out on the trails across our 140-acre campus. This season is bustling with a full schedule of events and activities for all ages and interests. Check out our events calendar to see what else we’ve got going on! See you soon!

ON VIEW

EVENTS

Reflections: Introspective Gallery Talk
Reflections: Introspective Gallery Talk
June 18, 2024

In this monthly gallery experience, visitors are invited to look contemplatively as they engage with works of art in the Clark’s collection. With a gentle tone that encourages investigation and audien ...

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David-Jeremiah: Drop-In Art-Making
David-Jeremiah: Drop-In Art-Making
June 19, 2024

Celebrate Juneteenth at the Clark and check out contemporary artist David-Jeremiah’s exhibition I Drive Thee, in which the artist reflects on his experience of Black masculinity in America through lar ...

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Minette and Eighteenth-Century French Caribbean Music
Minette and Eighteenth-Century French Caribbean Music
June 19, 2024

Kaiama L. Glover, professor of African American Studies and French at Yale University, discusses the theatrical life of the eighteenth-century French Caribbean, focusing on artists of African descent, ...

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Summer Solstice
Summer Solstice
June 20, 2024

Celebrate the summer solstice with earth-based rituals led by Wild Soul River. All activities are free. Picnic blankets encouraged. Finger food from Cricket Creek Farm available for purchase. For acc ...

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Member Exhibition Tour: Guillaume Lethière
Member Exhibition Tour: Guillaume Lethière
June 21, 2024

SOLD OUT. Curatorial assistant Sophie Kerwin leads members through the paintings and life stories of Guillaume Lethière. Born in the French colony of Guadeloupe, Lethière was the son of a white plant ...

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Clark Society Special Program: Opera Lafayette
Clark Society Special Program: Opera Lafayette
June 22, 2024

Soprano Ariana Wehr joins musicians from Opera Lafayette to present selections from Gluck, Philidor, and others, often performed by the Haitian soprano Minette in the years leading up to the Haitian R ...

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Permanent Collection Gallery Tour
Permanent Collection Gallery Tour
June 22, 2024

Join a Clark educator for an informative tour of the permanent collection galleries and learn more about the Institute's unique history and growth. Free with gallery admission. Capacity is limited. P ...

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In Focus: "What's Love Got to Do with It?"
In Focus: "What's Love Got to Do with It?"
June 23, 2024

A Clark educator leads a thematic tour of the Clark’s permanent collection exploring the many iterations of love on view in the galleries—romantic, brotherly, devotional, desirous, playful, unrequited ...

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Music on the Moltz Terrace: Garcia Peoples and Mountain Movers
Music on the Moltz Terrace: Garcia Peoples and Mountain Movers
June 23, 2024

The dynamic band Garcia Peoples, featuring guitarists and vocalists Tom Malach and Danny Arakaki, drummer Cesar Arakaki, bassists Andy Cush and Derek Spaldo, and keyboardist P.G. Six., was formed in R ...

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Foraging Walk
Foraging Walk
June 25, 2024

SOLD OUT. Naturalist and wild edibles enthusiast Arianna Alexsandra Collins from the Hoosic River Watershed Association and Offerings for Community Building leads a foraging walk. Collins guides visi ...

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LIBRARY

Explore the Clark's library and digital assets collections.

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SUMMER EVENTS

Click here to view and download the June, July, and August calendar of events.

CATA AT THE CLARK

A celebration of creativity and inclusion, CATA’s annual art exhibit "I Am a Part of Art" features vibrant paintings, drawings, and sculpture created by CATA artists with disabilities.