Clark Art To Host Virtual Programming For Kids

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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. —The Clark Art Institute resumes its Start with Art program for families with young children with free online events on Feb. 13 and March 13.
 
The Start with Art program introduces young children between four and seven years old to art. These online programs allow preschoolers and their parents and caregivers to look, make, sing, and play with new friends as they look closely at art in the Clark's collection, including some art that can't be seen in the galleries. 
 
February's theme is Love of All Kinds, and participants are encouraged to bring something they care about to the online sessions to share with others on the Zoom call. 
 
March's theme is Flowers and Plants, so participants are encouraged to bring a flower, plant, or other treasure from nature to share.
 
Both live events start at 10:30 am and run until 11:15 am. Online registration is required, and space is limited. Registration closes at noon two days before the events, or when capacity is reached. Registrants will receive a welcome email with a private link to this live virtual family program before the event. Adults should book only one ticket per family.

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