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Clark Welcomes Masterpieces from the Prado

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.

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WCMA Artist Facilitates Unusual Museum Perspectives

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.

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Bennington Museum Marks Year Filled with Acquisitions

"It's going to take us many years to start to wrap our minds around [the collection]." — Jamie Franklin

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Adams' Topia Arts Center & Mill Children Back On Track

"There is a lot of negativity in town towards this project ... people from outside look at this project and see its potential and value." — William Kolis

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'Mother, May I:' Summer Season in North Berkshire

"When you get tired of looking at his dour mother, you can come over to WCMA for a sexy painting of his mistress." — Tina Olsen

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Clark Art Unveils Super Bowl Prize

"I'm sure there's a lot of connections we can make between fine art and football, I'm sure you agree." — Richard Rand

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New Clark Exhibit Marries Contemporary, Traditional Art

"It's a perfect marriage between our traditional Impressionist bent at the Clark and our burgeoning interest in modern and contemporary art." — Richard Rand

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Clark Opens Galleries With Abstract 'Make It New'

"As a place for research, it's not that very different from what we've done before." — David Breslin

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Rudd Art Museum Ready to Open Its Doors — A Little

"The museum wants to present to the public the art of the Berkshires." — Keith Shaw

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