Gallery 3 will be closed January 22 due to installation. We apologize for the inconvenience. 

Project Snowshoe

During snow season, the Clark’s campus is transformed into a winter wonderland. With 140 acres to discover, there’s plenty to see outside the gallery walls. Borrow a pair of our complimentary snowshoes and begin your adventure! 

What's Happening at the Clark

January – March 2019
Learn about upcoming exhibitions, lectures, family events and more! Download a PDF of our calendar of events. 

Renoir: The Body, The Senses

Opens June 8, 2019
Over the course of his long career, Pierre-Auguste Renoir (French, 1841–1919) continually turned to the human figure for artistic inspiration. In recognition of the centenary of Renoir’s death, the Clark Art Institute and the Kimbell Art Museum present Renoir: The Body, The Senses. Read the full press release

Ida O'Keeffe: Escaping Georgia's Shadow

Opens July 4, 2019
Ida Ten Eyck O’Keeffe (1889–1961) was a talented American modernist, whose paintings and prints of the 1920s and 1930s explore realism and abstraction in the service of a distinctive artistic style. Yet the fact that her older sister was the renowned Georgia O’Keeffe begins to explain why most people have not heard of her. On view at the Clark July 4–October 6, 2019, Ida O’Keeffe: Escaping Georgia’s Shadow assesses Ida’s work and life, including her training, technique, and travels—as well as the sisters’ sibling rivalry, prompted by Georgia’s interest in being the only painter in the family. Read the full press release

Turner and Constable: The Inhabited Landscape

On view through March 10
The works of Joseph Mallord William Turner  and John Constable, two of the most important landscape artists of nineteenth-century Britain, are considered in a new light in Turner and Constable: The Inhabited Landscape. The exhibition explores the significance of human figures and the built environment in the landscape. Read the full press release.
Great Fire at Boston, Nov. 9 & 10, 1872

Extreme Nature!

On view through February 24
Named "one of the top 100 shows to see this season" by The New York Times, Extreme Nature! explores how nature’s extremes—remote, fantastical, and unpredictable—permeated artistic imagery throughout the nineteenth century. Read the full press release

Days of Heaven

Saturday, Jan. 19, 2:30 pm
In conjunction with Turner and Constable: The Inhabited Landscape, Images Cinema and the Clark present The View from Here, a film series exploring the role of landscapes in cinema. Olivier Meslay, Hardymon Director of the Clark, introduces Days of Heaven (1978). Purchase tickets at Images Cinema, 50 Spring Street, Williamstown. 

Thomas Krens: The Manhattan Project

Sunday, Jan. 20, 3 pm
The Clark welcomes Thomas Krens, chairman of the Extreme Model Railroad and Contemporary Architecture Museum and Director Emeritus of Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, for the third in a series of four talks focused on the importance of art and architecture in shaping the life of cities and changing societies.

Martin Luther King Jr. Day at the Clark

Monday, Jan. 21
Visit the Clark on MLK Jr. Day and pick up a self-guide to explore themes of vision, leadership, and human kindness in the Clark’s collection. At a special reflection space in the Clark Center, take time to listen and reflect on King’s most iconic speeches.