Clark educators lead ninety-minute outdoor experiences that inspire participants to write, draw, move, and more as they explore the unique natural settings of the "Ground/work" exhibition. All participants will be provided with a blank "field journal" and pencil to record their thoughts and creations.
The exhibit presents forty-four cliché-verre prints from a historic portfolio recently acquired by the Clark. The exhibition presents cliché-verre prints made by five French artists: Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot, Charles-François Daubigny, Eugène Delacroix, Jean-François Millet, and Théodore Rousseau.
Grandin's appointment provides a two-year postdoctoral fellowship, during which she will assist in the development of a planned 2022–23 exhibition of eighteenth-century French drawings in collaboration with the Bibliothèque nationale de France.
Admission to the galleries is free all day, but advance registration is necessary. Visitors are invited to experience the art of figure drawing in the exhibition "Lines from Life" and then try complimentary drawing activities inspired by the exhibition.
Two exhibitions previously announced for summer 2020 presentations at the Clark have been rescheduled for summer 2021. "Claude and François-Xavier Lalanne: Nature Transformed" will now be on view at the Clark from May 8 to Oct. 31, 2021. "Nikolai Astrup: Visions of Norway" will open at the Clark on June 19, 2021, for a three-month presentation, closing on Sept. 19, 2021.
The 30-foot-tall cast bronze, steel and soil sculpture of an upturned tree with a live eastern red cedar sapling growing from its inverted roots is a long-term installation on loan from a private collection and is situated on the lawn of the Clark's 1955 Museum Building.