Clark Art Presents Writing Closer: Art and the Senses

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WILIAMSTOWN, Mass. — On Friday, Sept. 22 at 10:30 am, the Clark Art Institute welcomes writers aged sixteen and older of all experience and skill levels to the next installment of its Writing Closer program. 
The session takes place in the Manton Study Center for Works on Paper.
September's theme, "Art and the Senses," features prints, drawings, and photographs evoking sensations of touch, taste, sight, sound, and smell. Whether it's poetry or prose, fiction or non-, and a story-in-progress or something completely new, allow the works to inspire your writing.
Free. Basic materials will be provided. Only graphite pencils are allowed in the Study Center and museum galleries. 
Advance registration required; capacity is limited. To register, visit

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