monday, APRIL 15 through FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 2024

Looking for a fun and creative way to spend your spring break? Look no further than the Clark! Families can participate in fun art-making activities and opportunities to connect with art, ideas, and nature. 

Pick up a drawing pad at the Admissions desk to explore the galleries and sketch or journal about favorite works of art. Don't miss the chance to visit our ArtLab in the Manton Research Center, where you can create your own art after exploring our newest exhibition, Paper Cities. As always, our permanent collection galleries are filled with wonderful paintings, sculptures, and more!

Outside, explore the beauty of spring by wandering the miles of campus walking trails. From short paths suitable for children and beginners to more challenging trails for experienced hikers, there's lots to see and discover. Click here to access our campus trail map

On Wednesday, April 17, join Clark educators for an art-making activity that incorporates indigenous pollinator seeds that you can take home and plant. Take care of the Berkshire bees with your seed creations that help support a resilient ecosystem, and have fun with family and friends along the way! 

And on Friday, April 19, head out on one of three family-friendly guided hikes of the Clark campus alongside dogs brought by the Berkshire Humane Society! Advance registration suggested. Personal pets are not permitted. 

Admission is always free for students of all ages and for everyone age 21 and younger.