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Paper Cities
Open Through June 23, 2024
In Focus: British Art at the Clark
Sunday, April 21
Yarn/Wire And Patrick Higgins
Sunday, April 21
David-Jeremiah: I Drive Thee
Open Through January 26, 2025
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WELCOME! BIENVENIDOS! BIENVENUE! 

Spring is slowly emerging here in the Berkshires, along with an exciting new season of special exhibitions and events. Featuring artworks ranging over more than 400 years, Paper Cities explore how artists transformed cities from objective subjects into creative expressions within their work. Our public spaces installation, David-Jeremiah: I Drive Thee, is 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. We’ve also got a busy schedule full of events and activities for all ages and interests. Check out our events calendar to see what else we’ve got going on! We hope to see you soon.

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In Focus: British Art at the Clark
In Focus: British Art at the Clark
April 21, 2024

A Clark educator leads a thematic tour of the permanent collection examining how British artists and artists working in nineteenth-century Britain used realism and compelling storytelling in their art ...

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Classical Music Concert: Yarn/Wire and Patrick Higgins
Classical Music Concert: Yarn/Wire and Patrick Higgins
April 21, 2024

Acclaimed new music ensemble Yarn/Wire plays the US premiere of “Three Lines of Flight” by composer Patrick Higgins, a multi-movement work of adventurous new classical music written for two pianos and ...

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Foraging Walk
Foraging Walk
April 23, 2024

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 visitors across ...

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At Home in the Woods
At Home in the Woods
April 23, 2024

In this Research and Academic Program lecture, Daegan Miller examines the complex history of race and the idealized image of the wilderness of the nineteenth-century Adirondacks. The wilderness often ...

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Member Gallery Tour: Paper Cities
Member Gallery Tour: Paper Cities
April 24, 2024

Allison Marino, curatorial assistant for works on paper and exhibition curator, examines select works from Paper Cities. Advance registration required; capacity is limited. To register, email members ...

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Film Viewing and Discussion: Warner Friedman—A Postmodern Journey
Film Viewing and Discussion: Warner Friedman—A Postmodern Journey
April 25, 2024

Join us for an exclusive event with Warner Friedman, a prominent artist in the Berkshires for over fifty years. After viewing the short documentary Warner Friedman: A Postmodern Journey (2023, directe ...

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Writing Closer: Art and Writing
Writing Closer: Art and Writing
April 26, 2024

The Manton Study Center for Works on Paper invites writers of all experience and skill levels to be inspired by thematic selections from the Clark’s collection of works on paper. April’s theme, “Art a ...

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Music at the Manton: Myriam Gendron and P.G. Six
Music at the Manton: Myriam Gendron and P.G. Six
April 26, 2024

Born in Canada, Myriam Gendron sings in both English and French. She is an interpreter of classic folk forms, breathing new life into century-old Quebecois, French, and American ballads and traditiona ...

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Permanent Collection Gallery Tour
Permanent Collection Gallery Tour
April 27, 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. V ...

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1874: A Significant Year
1874: A Significant Year
April 27, 2024

As part of the celebration of the 150th anniversary of the Williamstown Public Library, art historian Jock Brooks presents a gallery tour exploring works of art that were made in 1874, the year of the ...

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LIBRARY

Explore the Clark's library and digital assets collections.

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SPRING EVENTS

Click here to view and download the March, April, and May calendar of events.

 

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