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JOURNAL OF THE CLARK, VOLUME 21

JOURNAL OF THE CLARK, VOLUME 21

Contents

The Potential of Place: Sites/Grounds of Tranquility, Inspiration, and Connection

“More Conceptual and More Tender”: Artistic Experimentation on the Clark’s Campus 

An interview about the Clark’s first outdoor exhibition, Ground/work, with the show’s guest curators, Molly Epstein and Abigail Ross Goodman

Wandering Forms Relationships through Art and the Landscape

A reflection on building and extending community engagement through the Clark’s grounds


Across Time and Space: New Ways to Connect

“Programming Always Comes Back to Community”: Envisioning Events at the Clark

A conversation with the Clark’s head of public programs, Teal Baskerville, on the role of the arts in building community, understanding history, and sharing joy

Close Listening

Excerpts from the Research and Academic Program’s lively new podcast

Cooking Up Collaboration

How the library’s transcription project is bringing staff together through exquisitely handwritten texts 


Leading the Way: Realized Goals and New Vision

A Tribute to Andreas Halvorsen and Eric Cochran 

Recent Acquisitions

Upcoming Exhibitions

What We Have Missed

Notes from members and staff on the works of art, places, and events they are especially grateful for this year



46 pages, 8 1/2 x 11
Full color magazine
2020
Clark Art Institute

ISBN 978-1-935998-46-4

For a digital copy of the publication, click here.