The "Mill Children" exhibit reopens this weekend at its new location in the Berkshire Mill.
This weekend will be a soft opening with hours tentatively set from noon to 6 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Admission is free and the entrance is on Hoosac Street.
In 16th and 17th century Spain, many of the masterworks of Titian and Reubens were available only to the privileged few.
Starting Saturday, visitors to the Clark Art Institute have the privilege of seeing several of their important works, on loan for the summer from the Museo Nacional del Prado in Madrid.
The Oakland-based, socially-engaged artist Lexa Walsh creates experiences for her audiences, and that's exactly her current mission at Williams College on multiple fronts.
With her winter study program "Mapping The Museum," Walsh has worked with students to take over the Williams College Museum of Art for a night, in addition to creating two upcoming projects with her brother, painter Dan Walsh.