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Guillaume Lethière
Open through October 14, 2024
Kathia St. Hilaire: Invisible Empires
Open through September 22, 2024
Fragile Beauty: Treasures from the Corning Museum of Glass
Open through October 27, 2024
Edgar Degas: Multi-Media Artist in the Age of Impressionism
Open through October 6, 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. 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!

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EVENTS

Community Yoga
Community Yoga
July 23, 2024

Take a moment to reflect and refocus in this weekly class led by certified instructor Natasha Judson of Tasha Yoga in Williamstown. Community yoga is well-suited for both experienced practitioners and ...

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Foraging Walk
Foraging Walk
July 23, 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 vi ...

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Outdoor Concert: Lakou Mizik
Outdoor Concert: Lakou Mizik
July 24, 2024

This year, the July Outdoor Concert Series celebrates the French Caribbean with some of best musicians from Guadeloupe and Haiti. Lakou Mizik is a multigenerational collective of Haitian musicians un ...

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Guided by Glass: Weekly Drop-In Art-Making
Guided by Glass: Weekly Drop-In Art-Making
July 25, 2024

In celebration of Fragile Beauty, explore the unique characteristics of glass and learn about light, color, and transparency. Drop in anytime between 1–4 pm to decorate your own fun glass object to ta ...

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Exhibition Tour: Kathia St. Hilaire—Invisible Empires
Exhibition Tour: Kathia St. Hilaire—Invisible Empires
July 26, 2024

A Clark educator hosts an interactive tour of the contemporary art exhibition Kathia St. Hilaire: Invisible Empires. Through close examination and in-depth discussion, examine three artworks by St. Hi ...

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Fridays@3: Indigo Dreams
Fridays@3: Indigo Dreams
July 26, 2024

In partnership with the Williamstown Theatre Festival (WTF), the Clark hosts readings of new plays and works-in-progress. Spend the afternoon with a play in development, performed by professional acto ...

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From Ground to Cup
From Ground to Cup
July 27, 2024

Start your morning with herbalist and healing practitioner Rebecca Guanzon and explore local plant microcosms! Guanzon shows plants that have been foraged nearby and from the Clark grounds, explaining ...

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A Ten Year Celebration: Reflections on Tadao Ando at the Clark
A Ten Year Celebration: Reflections on Tadao Ando at the Clark
July 27, 2024

Michael Conforti, former director of the Clark (1994–2015), commemorates the tenth anniversary of the opening of the Tadao Ando-designed Clark Center in a talk that reviews the purpose and process of ...

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Sensing Nature at the Clark: From the Outside In
Sensing Nature at the Clark: From the Outside In
July 28, 2024

Clark educators lead a slow engagement with nature and art focused on enhancing wellbeing. This new program, offered seasonally, encourages visitors to connect with the landscapes on the Clark’s campu ...

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Music on the Moltz Terrace: Glenn Jones and Emily Robb
Music on the Moltz Terrace: Glenn Jones and Emily Robb
July 28, 2024

Glenn Jones is one of the leading proponents of American Primitive Guitar, a fingerstyle acoustic genre pioneered in the late 1950s by his friend and mentor John Fahey. Following his departure from le ...

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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.