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Free Admission January–March 2024
50 Years and Forward: Works on Paper Acquisitions
Open Through March 10, 2024
Paper Cities
Opening March 9, 2024
David-Jeremiah: I Drive Thee
Open Through January 26, 2025
As Told to G/D Thyself and Assorted Shorts
Thursday, February 29
Without Prints You Don’t Understand The Culture Of The World
Saturday, March 2
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WELCOME! BIENVENIDOS! BIENVENUE! 

Celebrate the winter season with free admission for all! Now’s the perfect time to explore our permanent collection galleries or snowshoe the trails across our 140-acre campus. Celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the Clark’s Manton Research Center, home to our extensive works on paper collection, with 50 Years and Forward: Works on Paper Acquisitions open through March 10. Don’t miss the chance to see these exceptional works that are rarely displayed! While you’re here, be sure to visit our new public spaces installation, David-Jeremiah: I Drive Thee, on view now. 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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EVENTS

Littoral Law
Littoral Law
February 27, 2024

In this Research and Academic Program lecture, Sora Han (University of California, Irvine / Clark Fellow) examines the colonial law of the high seas and its various doctrines regulating everchanging n ...

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As Told to G/D Thyself and Assorted Shorts
As Told to G/D Thyself and Assorted Shorts
February 29, 2024

Filmmakers like Jenn Nkiru and Bradford Young, who went to Howard University and were taught by Haile Gerima and other first-generation L.A. Rebellion filmmakers, have teamed up with a wide variety of ...

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New Parents Gallery Tour
New Parents Gallery Tour
March 1, 2024

Join other caregivers and their infants for a guided visit in the permanent collection galleries. This program is best suited for adults with pre-toddlers. Strollers and front-carrying baby carriers a ...

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Permanent Collection Gallery Tour
Permanent Collection Gallery Tour
March 2, 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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Without Prints You Don’t Understand the Culture of the World
Without Prints You Don’t Understand the Culture of the World
March 2, 2024

Looked at narrowly, prints may be a niche topic in art history, but for more than 500 years they have also been the lifeblood of the circulatory system of visual art. The title of art critic Susan Tal ...

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Print Room Pop-Up: Center Stage
Print Room Pop-Up: Center Stage
March 3, 2024

As part of First Sunday Free at the Clark, enjoy a special display of works on paper in the Manton Study Center inspired by March’s theme, “theater.” The selected prints and drawings will “set the sta ...

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Exhibition Tour: Collecting Works on Paper
Exhibition Tour: Collecting Works on Paper
March 3, 2024

A Clark educator leads a guided tour of 50 Years and Forward: Works on Paper Acquisitions, showing how the Clark's collection of prints, drawings, and photographs has grown and evolved over the last h ...

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Fun on First Sunday: Center Stage
Fun on First Sunday: Center Stage
March 3, 2024

Lift the curtain on a day of art, creativity, and fun! Transform a box into a miniature theater using special images from the Clark’s collection, and be sure to express yourself with comedy/tragedy ma ...

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Alexander Nemerov on Writing History and Making a World
Alexander Nemerov on Writing History and Making a World
March 5, 2024

The Research and Academic Program presents “The Magic Art of Framing”: Alexander Nemerov on Writing History and Making a World. In this episode of the Research and Academic Program (RAP) podcast In t ...

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Image Made Flesh
Image Made Flesh
March 5, 2024

In this Research and Academic Program lecture, Erica Moiah James (University of Miami / Clark/Oakley Humanities Fellow) provides a careful study of Portrait of a Young Woman using the material archive ...

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LIBRARY

Explore the Clark's library and digital assets collections.

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winter EVENTS

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MEMBERSHIP

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