Join a member of the Clark’s education team for an in-depth look at special exhibition Women Artists in Paris: 1850–1900. Learn more about the incredible female artists who worked in France during the second half of the 19th century and about the obstacles they overcame to pursue their careers in the arts. This talk is […]
Vocalist Karen Adelman and experimental percussionist Corey Fogel will join Liz Glynn in a durational activation of her installation, The Archeology of Another Possible Future, inserting live music, spoken text, and performance.
Gerald Sheffield: “Pride” presents a collection of collages, drawings, and prints inspired by the artist’s service in the United States Army and deployment to Baghdad, Iraq.
Hang out with artist and play-master Wes Sam-Bruce (whose whimsical work is now on view at Kidspace) and Sara Auster to create a fantastical outdoor sculpture beneath the upside-down trees.
Celebrate two spring shows with the artists: Taryn Simon’s Assembled Audienced and A Cold Hole, and Arab-American artist Etel Adnan’s visual art and poetry in A yellow sun A green sun a yellow sun A red sun a blue sun.
Mass MoCA is free for North Adams residents on the 4th of the month through June 2018.
The Clark turns into a grand Parisian boulevard with street performers, music and champagne as two summer exhibitions open: Women Artists in Paris, 1850–1900 and The Art of Iron.
Curator Esther Bell considers the influential, often-overlooked work of women artists in Paris in the 19th century, as well as the barriers they encountered to their artistic education and expression, in celebration of the Clark’s summer exhibit.
A two-day workshop on making Shaker oval boxes: Learn to carve swallowtails, prepare wood for bending, bend the boxes, and fit wood onto drying forms and more.
Inspired by Jean Renoir’s Picnic in the Grass and by the pastoral paintings of the French Impressionists, Le Bonheur is a wry social satire that subtly questions the ideal of the modern, happy family.
A workshop on. atraditional basketL Woven in reed, this shorter version of a traditional Shaker cathead basket is 4” deep and 9” across with pointed or “cat ear” feet.
Varda’s second film follows young pop singer, Florence “Cléo” Victoire, through two extraordinary hours in which she drifts through 1960s Paris, awaiting the results of a recent biopsy.
Horticulturist and Clark Grounds Manager Matthew Noyes joins beekeeper Dave Thayer to discuss the delicate balance between aesthetic and sustainable landscape management on the museum’s sprawling 140-acre campus.
The Clark Art Institute and Pastor Mark Longhurst of the First Congregational Church of Williamstown present a StorySLAM in celebration of the Clark’s exhibition, Women Artists in Paris: 1850–1900.
Before the advent of modern building materials, iron was used for everything from architectural gates and grills to household implements. Exhibition curator Kathleen Morris discusses some of the extraordinary objects in the exhibition.
Learn basic blacksmithing skills by making several projects using traditional blacksmith’s tools and techniques in a coal-fired forge.
Eighty-nine-year-old Agnès Varda, one of the leading figures of the French New Wave, and acclaimed thirty-three-year-old French photographer and muralist JR teamed up to co-direct this documentary/road movie.
In celebration of the exhibition Women Artists in Paris 1850–1900, the Clark hosts a summer book club exploring three novels set in 19th-century France, each centering on remarkable women, and beginning with George Sand’s ‘Indiana.’
Senior Curator Esther Bell welcomes Jennifer Steinkamp for a one-on-one conversation with the exhibition Jennifer Steinkamp: Blind Eye, the video installation on view in the Lunder Center at Stone Hill.
Artists opening reception for new work new work inspired by the village and the Shakers who lived here: Abelardo Morrell, Henry Klimowicz’ At Home in the World, and Marko Remec’s Monodic Flow.
Explore the ways the Shakers used the power of S.T.E.A.M. with talk-and-walks, hands-on activities, and programs devoted to water power, solar power, textile technology, medicinal herbs and more.
In celebration of the exhibition Women Artists in Paris 1850–1900, the Clark hosts a summer book club exploring three novels set in 19th-century France, each centering on remarkable women, and continuing with Émile Zola’s ‘L’Assommoir.’
Hear the bellows blow, smell the coal smoke, and watch hot iron worked by hammer and anvil as New England blacksmiths converge on the Village. Talk with blacksmiths and see them at work.
Learn about iPhone camera modes, focus and focus lock, exposure compensation, photo composition, long exposures, high dynamic range (HDR), editing and post processing.
Explore the the exhibition and experiment with stencils, watercolor and pencil on folded paper books and heart shaped paper to make a gift drawing.
In celebration of the exhibition Women Artists in Paris 1850–1900, the Clark hosts a summer book club exploring three novels set in 19th-century France, each centering on remarkable women, finishing with Colette’s ‘Chérie.’