Lauren Mabry will discuss several of her processes from start to finish, creating a one of a kind Cylinder while students observe.
Sunday, May 5, 2019
Enjoy our last First Sunday Free program of the season with a day celebrating the summer ahead. Admission to the galleries is free all day; activities related to the Clark’s summer exhibitions and programs will be hosted from 1–4 pm. Excited for Renoir: The Body, The Senses? Try your hand at figure drawing from a […]
Organized by Tracie Hotchner, the New York Dog Film Festival celebrates through film the love between dogs, their people, and the animal welfare groups that bring them together. This is a BYOD (Bring Your Own Dog) event. Dog tickets are $5, with the exception of service animals. Stray dogs abroad, adventure dogs in sidecars, dogs […]
New York Times bestselling author B. A. Shapiro, author of the new novel The Collector’s Apprentice, presents a free book talk and signing. Shapiro has made the historical art thriller her own with such novels as The Muralist and The Art Forger, which The Washington Post praised for its “skillful balance of brisk plotting, significant […]
Celebrate spring and meet our newest additions – lambs, piglets, calves, chicks, and kids in the Round Stone Barn from April 13th through May 5th. Explore the hands-on Discovery Barn, make things, and stay for story time. Visit the Shaker Schoolhouse. Hear the Shakers’ story of sustainability. Have fun on the trail. Come for live […]
What’s On at the Williams College Museum of Art: Schedule of Exhibitions for Winter/Spring 2019 Schedule of Exhibitions: possible selves: queer foto vernaculars On view through April 14 This first major exhibition about the global impact of queer identities on the evolution of portrait photography brings together works from WCMA’s collection alongside over two-hundred images […]
New work by Jane Hudson. Gouache and acrylic paintings. Opening reception March 16, 2-4
We celebrate fifty years of Africana Studies, an interdisciplinary field of study that emerged during the 1960s Freedom Movements.
The village will open a new permanent site-specific sound art installation in a historic silo, created by Grammy-award winning composer Brad Wells, singer and conductor of the ensemble Roomful of Teeth.
MIND OF THE MOUND: CRITICAL MASS Trenton Doyle Hancock grew up in Paris, Texas, to a family of evangelical Baptist ministers and missionaries. Supplementing his religious upbringing with comic books and Greek mythology, at the age of 10 he invented Torpedo Boy — an alter ego/superhero he still uses today. At this young age, Hancock already began […]
B6: THE ROBERT W. WILSON BUILDING Dawn DeDeaux and Lonnie Holley Thumbs Up for the Mothership On view through May 2019 Jenny Holzer On view, at least through 2020 Laurie Anderson On view, at least through 2020 Louise Bourgeois On view, at least through 2020 Robert Rauschenberg Lurid […]