The Clark Extends Hours for Summer 2014

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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Clark Art Institute will temporarily extend its hours to better accommodate visitors this summer and early fall.

The galleries will remain open on Friday evenings until 7 through August, and will remain open on Mondays through Oct. 13.

As in the past, the galleries remain open until 6 on Tuesdays in July and August to coincide with evening band concerts.

In a new program called Member Mondays, galleries open at 9 a.m. for members of the Clark. To learn more about becoming a member, visit clarkart.edu/support or call 413-458-0425.

On July 4, the Clark reopened its campus to approximately 8,000 visitors. The extended hours allow for more visitors to experience the new Clark Center, special exhibitions, and permanent collection while alleviating crowding in the galleries.

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