Facemasks are required for all individuals age 5 and older regardless of vaccination status. See for details.

The Clark presents special exhibitions throughout the year on a wide range of topics. Click the links below to explore current, past, and upcoming exhibitions. 

The Clark’s collection features masterpieces of European and American painting, sculpture, works on paper, and decorative arts from the Renaissance to the early twentieth century.

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The goal of the Clark’s Education Department is to engage the public with our collections, exhibitions, and grounds through programs that create valuable, meaningful, even transformative experiences.

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Through catalogues, essay collections, and an annual journal, the Clark’s publication program furthers discussions and appreciation of art—beyond the institute’s walls.

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The Clark is delighted to offer a new program of digital engagement with our collections and exhibitions.

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The Clark hosts a number of long-term artworks and installations across its 140-acres of lawns, meadows, and walking trails. 

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Located in the Manton Research Center, the Manton Study Center for Works on Paper provides access to the Clark’s collection of more than 6,500 prints, drawings, and photographs that spans the history of the graphic arts from the fifteenth century through the early twentieth century. 

The Study Center is open by appointment to individuals, classes, and groups of up to 24 people. Public programs, including collection highlights talks and open hours, are offered seasonally. Please check the Events calendar.

To arrange an appointment or for more information, please call 413 458 0560 or complete this form.

study guides for american DECORATIVE ARTS GALLEries

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Lauzon Glass Study Gallery PDF Booklet

Burrows Gallery Study Cases PDF Booklet