Advance timed tickets are required for all visitors. Face masks must be worn indoors at all times. See clarkart.edu/covid for details.
Ground/work Walking Tour for Members
Friday, June 18, 2021
5:30 PM–6:30 PM
Horticulturist and Clark grounds manager Matthew Noyes leads a guided walk through Ground/work, the Clark’s first outdoor exhibition. Found in varied locations across the Clark’s 140-acre campus, these installations are embedded in a landscape that is ever changing—both daily and seasonally. The nature of this installation provides visitors with a rare opportunity to learn about this exhibition in person with plenty of space for social distancing.
The walk will take a little over an hour. Wear shoes appropriate for hiking on our trails, which cover varied terrain. Face coverings are required.
This in-person event is limited to twenty people. Reservations are required; walk-ins cannot be accommodated. This program is weather-dependent, and we will notify all registrants by email if this event is cancelled.
Please make your reservation by 9 am on June 17.
Image: Analia Saban, Teaching a Cow How to Draw (detail), 2020. Cedar wood. Courtesy of the artist and Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York / Los Angeles