The Clark is open 10 am–5 pm on Monday, November 11 for Veterans Day.

Rivers and Reverence

On view through Nov. 17

This fall, the Clark and the Hoosic River Watershed Association (HooRWA) partner to host Rivers and Reverence, a community exhibition of photography that explores how the Hoosic River, its tributaries, and its watershed contribute to the sense of home in the Berkshires. On view in the Hunter Studio at the Lunder Center at Stone Hill.

The Met: Live in HD

On sale now!
The Met: Live in HD is the Metropolitan Opera’s Peabody and Emmy Award-winning series of live performances transmitted to theaters in seventy countries around the world. Tickets for the 2019-20 season are on sale now! 

Visit the Permanent Collection!

Take a stroll through our permanent collection galleries and visit old favorites or make new discoveries. From American and European paintings to sculpture and decorative arts, there's plenty to see!

Travels on Paper

Opens November 16
Before our era of mass tourism and Instagrammable vacations, the opportunity to visit renowned sites and experience exotic locales was limited to a privileged few. Printed imagery meant that scenes of foreign lands, majestic monuments, and picturesque views could spread to a much wider public. This exhibition will take visitors on a world tour featuring prints, drawings, and photographs by Camille Corot, Alexandre-Gabriel Decamps, John La Farge, Robert Macpherson, Thomas Moran, Félix Teynard, and others. Read the full press release.

Summer 2020 Shows

The Clark just announced its summer 2020 exhibition schedule featuring a diverse program of exhibitions ranging from the exceptional work of one of Norway’s most revered artists to innovative projects highlighting some of the most exciting contemporary artists working today. The 2020 summer season includes the Clark’s first outdoor exhibition, Ground/work, featuring six site-responsive commissions in dialogue with the Clark’s 140-acre campus. Read the full press release.

Curating "Jerusalem Actual and Possible"

Tuesday, Nov. 12, 5:30 pm
Clark/Oakley Humanities Fellow Kirsten Scheid presents the free lecture, “Curating Jerusalem Actual and Possible: Political Lessons from a non-Euclidean City.” Kirstein Scheid is associate professor of anthropology at the American University of Beirut.

Gentle Yoga

Wednesday, Nov. 13, 10:30 am
Explore the confluence of yoga + art + awareness of the elements in this four-week gentle yoga class led by certified instructor Mary Edgerton. Drop-in rate per class: $12 ($8 members). Click here or call 413 458 0524 to register.

The Gleaners and I

Wednesday, Nov. 13, 6 pm
This award-winning film by Agnès Varda takes those on the margins, who subsist or even thrive on leftovers, as its subjects. The film begins with a brief introduction and is followed by light refreshments and conversation in the Manton Reading Room. Free.