The Clark is pleased to offer Meet Me at the Clark, a free community education program designed for people living with Alzheimer’s disease.
This special event, featuring saxophone and live electronics by artist, musician and composer Neil Leonard, celebrates the Autumnal Equinox.
Anthony Grafton presents the free lecture, “Images in the Margins: Renaissance Readers Draw the Meanings of their Texts.”
Darby English, the exhibition scholar for the American Pavilion at the 2019 Venice Biennale will discuss Swallowed Sun, part of the exhibition by artist Martin Puryear, the 2019 U.S. Representative to this year’s Biennale.
Celebrate with WCMA this fall as they return to the newly renovated museum and showcase several outstanding exhibitions.
Kenturah Davis will be the featured speaker at the annual Plonsker Family Lecture in Contemporary Art at WCMA this fall. Davis uses language in her art to explore how it shapes our understanding of our place in the world.
Joining the North Adams annual Fall Foliage Parade, artist Cauleen Smith’s procession features a local marching band, a color guard, music, and choreography.
Enjoy a day of free admission to the Clark along with specially designed activities to engage visitors with the “Rivers and Reverence” photography exhibition and the theme of sustainability.
In consideration of the 24-hour news cycle and the ever-presence of rapid-fire technology, this two-day gathering of artists and thinkers asks what it means to be human today. The event is museum-wide.
In this event hosted by MASS MoCA, Cauleen Smith discusses her exhibition “We Already Have What We Need” and her practice in general, which is often described as an exploration of “the everyday possibilities of the imagination.”
Exhibiting artist Genevieve Gaignard – whose work explores race, femininity, class, and their various intersections – discusses her extensive and topical practice.