Clark Art Gallery Talk With Emerging Art Historians

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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — On Friday, March 10, a Williams College art history graduate student will lead a conversation on the Clark's permanent collection. 
In this program, Fresh Takes, students in the Williams College/Clark Graduate Program in the History of Art share their thoughts on an object in the collection through the perspective of new scholarship. 
Tours begin in the Museum Pavilion at noon. 
Admission to the Clark is free through March 2023. No registration is required.

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Williamstown Conservation OKs Five Corners Roundabout Project

By Stephen DravisiBerkshires Staff
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Conservation Commission last week gave the green light to a long-discussed roundabout for the Five Corners intersection in South Williamstown.
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation was before the commission with a notice of intent to undertake a multiyear project to reconfigure the intersection of Routes 7 and 43.
Since the work takes place near the north branch of the Green River, the Con Comm has the jurisdiction of ensuring the project will not disturb the resource area.
Prior to last week's local hearing, MassDOT already received a review from the commonwealth's Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Program, which found that the work would not "adversely affect the state protected resource area habitat of rare wildlife species," Sara Kreisel, a civil engineer with of BSC (Build, Support Connect) Group of Boston, told the commission.
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