Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse
An animated BIPOC story about Spider-People.
Live local talent for your enjoyment.
Join the artist to celebrate the exhibit "Darkening Ground."
A theatrical adaptation of author Karen Shepard’s mesmerizing novel.
Acoustic American Roots music live in the courtyard.
Celebrate the opening of The Clark's summer show!
Novelist Tom Piazza discusses his book "The Auburn Conference."
Experience a show with the Japanese-British pop star.
Celebrate the opening of this season's inaugural exhibit.
Learn about the Clark's new exhibit on Edvard Munch.
Enjoy dinner and jazz music on top of Mount Greylock.
Neo folk sound in the accoustically prime Studio 9.
Join artist Julia Morgan and learn to sketch a landscape.
Cookbook author serves up rhubarb treats!
Shop local food, products, and crafts.
A one-man show with music, comedy, and incredible visuals.
Blues and folk music at the Lunder.
A new daring version of Mozart's The Magic Flute live in HD.
A synergistic and rotating array of local artisan vendors.
Hike to one of the lesser-known waterfalls.
Experience Keane's neo folk sound in the accoustically prime Studio 9.
Williams College is a private liberal arts college founded in 1793. It has ranked first in U.S. News & World Report’s rankings of National Liberal Arts Colleges every year since 2004.
The college provides undergraduate instruction in more than two dozen academic departments and interdisciplinary programs. Students choose from majors in the humanities, arts, social sciences, and natural sciences. Williams offers an almost entirely undergraduate instruction. There are two graduate programs in development economics and art history.
Williams College supports about 2,000 undergraduate students. Williams is a highly selective school with an acceptance rate of 8% for the Class of 2025. The college provides grants and other assistance to meet the needs of all admitted students.