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Clark Art Institute @the_clark Williamstown, MA USA

The Clark Art Institute is both an art museum and a center for research, critical discussion, and higher education in the visual arts.

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Grrrrr. Lin May Saeed’s “Panther Relief” is the definition of fierce. See the artist’s first solo museum show on vi… https://t.co/YjEY9GNYJ1
8/4
2020
Lin May Saeed’s first solo museum show includes old and totally new works, including a brand new piece, Seven Sleep… https://t.co/90pzAFligu
8/1
2020
"The exhibition is a behind-the-scenes look at the practice of well-known French artists, that yields a few surpris… https://t.co/RoPyoJNY1J
7/31
2020
Jennie C. Jones oversaw the installation of her new work, These Mournful Shores, @the_clark today as part of our Gr… https://t.co/yjytT5bB1N
7/30
2020
'Lines from Life: French Drawings from the Diamond Collection,' at @the_clark shows artists' challenges to academic… https://t.co/N0CpJJPm5A
Retweeted by Clark Art InstituteDavid D'Arcy writes on the "exquisite" sculpture of Lin May Saeed. On view at the Clark through October 25! https://t.co/vOtGaaFvHO
7/29
2020
"Saeed's works are deeply fantastical meditations of hope" - Murray Whyte, The Boston Globe Lin May Saeed: Arrival… https://t.co/OBZGDtOA36
7/27
2020
Take a cultural trip to @the_clark and @MASS_MoCA in the beautiful #berkshires writes @nytimeshttps://t.co/Xv90Nj2Pwm
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7/24
2020
The New York Times returns to the Berkshires to see timely new exhibitions, as well as old favorites at the Clark. https://t.co/1pTLlHbcrEMorning at @the_clark. https://t.co/dmr3Rhtsge
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7/23
2020
How about a summer road trip through the Berkshires? @TravelAwaitsNow https://t.co/HA588595gh
7/22
2020
Lin May Saeed’s first museum solo exhibition opens today! On view through October 25 at the Lunder Center at Stone… https://t.co/k6rxXSkgy1
7/21
2020
Hilaire-Germain-Edgar Degas, “The Rehearsal” (1879) @frickcollection “The Violinist: Study for ‘The Rehearsal’” (c… https://t.co/VQTygiM4h6
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7/20
2020
Curious about new visitor guidelines and protocols? Learn what to expect and plan your visit on our website! https://t.co/XoKlyU7aFN
7/17
2020
Welcome back to the Clark! Lin May Saeed: Arrival of the Animals opens on July 21. https://t.co/DZeDctkqf1
7/15
2020
As we tiptoe along this path to semi-normalcy, the Berkshires museums are back. 🙏🙏 @MASS_MoCA @the_clarkhttps://t.co/TF2MGMr7aK
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7/13
2020
Check out @TheMurrayWhyte’s take on the Berkshires’ reopening and see what he has to say about our @linmaysaeed sho… https://t.co/qoQGcfsdgVHello again! Our galleries reopen today and we can’t wait to welcome you back to the Clark. Advanced, timed ticketi… https://t.co/E2t376Dyc5Rainy weekend? ⁦@massmoca⁩ ⁦@the_clark⁩ and ⁦@NRockwellMuseum⁩ are great places to safely spend time - reopening st… https://t.co/8gfcOyMpvJ
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7/12
2020
Check out our new #ClarkConnects video! Curatorial Research Associate Alexis Goodin compares Jane Austen's Pride an… https://t.co/FcAQEjW2J0#Art + #Culture lovers visit @the_clark + other cool cultural places opening up in July/Aug #Williamstown +… https://t.co/rikZ8moqVP
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7/10
2020
Here's something to look forward to: the Clark will open Lin May Saeed's first museum solo exhibition this summer!… https://t.co/ybpPh7SVHQArt lover alert! The announcements are rolling in! 🖼🎶👩‍🎨Massachusetts Art Museums Are Reopening. Here's What You Ca… https://t.co/0hBHB9DsLh
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7/8
2020
The @NRockwellMuseum, @the_clark and @MASS_MoCA are all planning to reopen under phase 3 of the #Massachusetts reop… https://t.co/ndX1elfMqT
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7/6
2020
With Phase III of Reopening Massachusetts beginning Monday 7/6, museums and cultural sites will be permitted to reo… https://t.co/O6xvQaLdSl
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7/3
2020
Can’t wait until July 12 to say HELLO AGAIN!! https://t.co/sy6h38OAOWNorth Adams' @MASS_MoCA will reopen on Saturday, July 11th. The @NRockwellMuseum in Stockbridge and @the_clark in W… https://t.co/IlNWU2ygUi
Retweeted by Clark Art InstituteThe Clark, @MASS_MoCA, and @NRockwellMuseum just announced plans to reopen soon! We open our doors on July 12. Deta… https://t.co/3qhBg2czJnSpooky morning at @the_clark. https://t.co/RSB71fKpQt
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7/2
2020
Looking for a creative activities to fill a rainy day? Explore art projects, games, and coloring pages drawn from… https://t.co/Ps1LArxkd4
6/30
2020
Rubens, “Hercules Strangling the Nemean Lion” (1620) @the_clark https://t.co/B9UK8JD4rQ One of 12 labors as punish… https://t.co/KQqh8kNnPx
Retweeted by Clark Art InstituteThe Artist’s Palette with a Landscape 1878-80 by Camille Pissarro @the_clark https://t.co/5NGxbLEKjf
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6/28
2020
Catch a sneak peek of Ground/work, on our campus now! In this work, titled Teaching A Cow How to Draw, artist Anali… https://t.co/i2sC9lHZIU
6/26
2020
Among the $40million in #NEHCares grants: 19 organizations in #Massachusetts: @AmAntiquarian @plimothhttps://t.co/lfc5yMu6V3
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6/23
2020
Spring in Giverny (1890) by Claude Monet; oil on canvas, 64.8 x 81 cm. Collection of the Clark Art Institute.… https://t.co/SJWRIECjes
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6/22
2020
Fifteen lectures by the Class of 2020 from the @WilliamsCollege Graduate Program in the History of Art are now live… https://t.co/l5shhbUxJZ
6/17
2020
@MediumTeam1 Our acccount has not been hacked. This statement was posted earlier today by @the_clark. https://t.co/Txq0e62VKA
6/4
2020
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6/3
2020
#BlackOutTuesday https://t.co/27GpsRqWZw
6/2
2020
Don't think I have *a* favorite painting, but I'll certainly never forget seeing Boldini's "Return of the Fishing B… https://t.co/WbgOnJpuBM
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5/30
2020
Valerie Krall, Catalog Librarian, takes us inside the wondrous holdings of the Mary Ann Beinecke Collection, and sh… https://t.co/Ix1wjKCzFlClaude Monet, The Cliffs at Étretat, 1885 Oil on Canvas, 65.1 x 81.3 cm The Clark Art Institute @the_clark Williams… https://t.co/EgrQ9EjJaR
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5/29
2020
The Clark has a brand new online Museum Store! Looking for a unique gift? An art book? A print? Browse and shop no… https://t.co/HjLYJiUMBS
5/28
2020
Any bread artists out there? Who knew focaccia could be so inspiring?! 🎨 https://t.co/W7MY48RTis
5/27
2020
In our new #ClarkConnects video, collections development librarian Terri Boccia gives an introduction to the many r… https://t.co/VonmSEMMeM
5/26
2020
A patriotic view of Mrs. Clark on #MemorialDay, when we pause to remember those who have served to support the free… https://t.co/FAFdsCqZUl
5/25
2020
How about a walk through the mayflowers? Our 140-acre grounds are free and open from dawn to dusk. 📸: Teal Baskerv… https://t.co/wv0kHJF5kt
5/24
2020
Enter the world of Japanese ukiyo-e prints with Hiroshige's Awa Province: Naruto Whirlpools, a work from 1855 (the… https://t.co/5IejQivDVCThree new films at Images Online! Each rental from https://t.co/wMDd689Dc6 benefits Images. The Painter and the T… https://t.co/OkATUtf50F
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5/22
2020
To brighten your morning! 🐧 At least a few art-goers are able to enjoy our institutions during the shutdown. https://t.co/HAO5xw333O
5/21
2020
$30K available to theater professionals #intheBerkshires impacted by COVID-19, thanks to the GKV Foundation.… https://t.co/2JzEkJsmV3
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5/20
2020
This week, RAP in the Archives takes us back to fall 2016 Mellon Decade Fellow Stephanie Porras's lecture, "Maerten… https://t.co/NaQFCCwuwOOn #InternationalMuseumDay spring reflection @the_clark Phase #3 can’t come soon enough! #MuseumFromHome https://t.co/nmgejfK6Of
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5/19
2020
In our newest #ClarkConnects video, Keely Kempster Sarr, Coordinator of Family and Community Programs, explores the… https://t.co/YEwwBdcpg4
5/18
2020
"If I could have had my own way, I would have confined myself to black and white." Edgar Degas Happy… https://t.co/jgTLYPy1Ll
5/16
2020
From the Berkshires to the Musée d'Orsay, we're all loving art recreations! Thanks to the @BerkshireEagle for this… https://t.co/7nZICIReIaThanks @MassGovernor for supporting the #CulturalFacilities Fund! Your capital investment makes our state stronger. @masscultural
5/15
2020
Get creative with our new Alma-Tadema coloring pages! 🎨 We have more art-inspired games, activities, and coloring… https://t.co/hK1B9FyGqT
5/14
2020
Liven up your at-home happy hour on Friday with a virtual live performance from the Williams Percussion Ensemble! L… https://t.co/28PuY3jlUA
5/13
2020
To everyone working and volunteering on the front lines – 𝐭𝐡𝐚𝐧𝐤 𝐲𝐨𝐮 for never giving up! We appreciate you. Berksh… https://t.co/SuKHYmYpr9
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5/12
2020
In our newest #ClarkConnects video, Curatorial Research Associate Alexis Goodin digs into art storage to teach us a… https://t.co/DuIuqN6ic6
5/11
2020
Happy #MothersDay! 🎨: https://t.co/J7mlZ5FAba https://t.co/vOoNZoBOBf
5/10
2020
At-home art activities, games, and coloring pages, all for you! 🎨 Browse our Clark Connects page for collection-bas… https://t.co/XxIP8XzYdz
5/7
2020
While the Met Opera stage is dark, a different encore presentation from the company’s Live in HD series is being ma… https://t.co/s2kb5pK8TQ
5/6
2020
It's Tuesday afternoon, and that means it's time for RAP in the Archives! Check out 2016 Clark Fellow Martha Buskir… https://t.co/VyeUdfJlgVOn #GivingTuesdayNow, if you'd like to make a gift to help us remain vibrant, your support will be vital to our fut… https://t.co/wRM1fnJCZ3Very different from what I work on now, but I went to my first art gallery @the_clark age 9 and was captivated by W… https://t.co/5QpEgRLtUt
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5/5
2020
Thanks ⁦@the_clark⁩ for leaving the grounds open. https://t.co/4Nx6Q0p05f
Retweeted by Clark Art InstituteLast week, as part of a new series of live webinars for members, Chief Curator Esther Bell gave a talk on Pierre-Au… https://t.co/JjmXUSL826“Works of art take on roles as familial characters for me," said Esther Bell, chief curator at the Clark Art Instit… https://t.co/aqbAHpPog6
5/4
2020
We could all use some art to brighten up our quarantine. Turner's Rockets and Blue Lights (Close at Hand) to Warn S… https://t.co/jhOuAMWezi
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5/2
2020
A duel between a rhinoceros and an elephant? Hear about the contest held by Manuel I of Portugal in this deep dive… https://t.co/DEy54RzHS2. @the_clark has postponed — not canceled — two major summer shows. The museum still plans on opening three shows t… https://t.co/8mj25HfOW8
Retweeted by Clark Art InstituteHello, May! 🌷Bring on the warmth and sunshine! Edward Penfield, Girl in White with Maypole, May Harper’s, 1885–191… https://t.co/8SFmnglWXP
5/1
2020
@terryrobe1 This link should work on any device: https://t.co/lJ7c8qzjV6Today, we are pleased to announce our revised summer exhibition plan for 2020. Read the press release:… https://t.co/BfqmFvuMO2Ever wonder how art makes it on tv? Here are six art-filled shows currently streaming and get ready to play “Where’… https://t.co/IUDRBtKqfj
4/30
2020
In our latest #ClarkConnects video, Editor Kevin Bicknell revisits the production of the book Orchestrating Eleganc… https://t.co/cvEFAdmtCOLooking for some art-inspired activities? Try your hand with these downloadable coloring pages drawn from images in… https://t.co/dDdP7K4T0i
4/29
2020
I have decided to spend at least two minutes per day taking in a Winslow Homer painting, for the duration. I appre… https://t.co/a0xpeHYQeJ
Retweeted by Clark Art InstituteFinally, a sunny day for gardening! 🌸 How are you staying busy at home? Winslow Homer, Summer, 1874, gouache, wate… https://t.co/X1BdU8xA4s
4/28
2020
In our new #ClarkConnects video, Anne Leonard, Manton Curator of Prints, Drawings, and Photographs, shares the time… https://t.co/i9Sh9hLId5
4/27
2020
For today’s #MuseumMomentofZen, let’s bask in Corot’s Borromean Isles. The artist painted this nostalgic scene more… https://t.co/1GqHb2JQ5A
4/26
2020
Happy #InternationalSculptureDay! Discover @the_clark's diverse collection of sculptures on their online platform t… https://t.co/7aJ60DTN2N
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4/25
2020
"Between every two pines is a doorway to a new world" --John Muir. Happy #ArborDay! Pine Trees in a Roman Park, L… https://t.co/HShPxL5aHmCheck out our latest #ClarkConnects video, where Kristie Couser, curatorial assistant for works on paper, showcases… https://t.co/f7f4xvyOYQ
4/24
2020
@Beket_Aten Happy #isolationbirthday from the Clark Art Institute! How about a little John Constable to cure your… https://t.co/HPJHA9PJjx @SusanNelsPres How about a little something beautiful from our collection to brighten your day? Pierre-Auguste Reno… https://t.co/ds9wFK1rwiWe're thrilled to announce a virtual At-Home Gala, featuring more than 40 artists performing live around the world,… https://t.co/IIz4CHH3yI
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4/23
2020
The Knights' latest music video (recorded at Caramoor!) explores the enduring relevance of Paul Simon's "American T… https://t.co/DBhhJXhsaI
Retweeted by Clark Art InstituteDid you know that Fumée d'Ambre Gris by John Singer Sargent used to sit inside a different frame? Hugh Glover, reti… https://t.co/6IJO5e04YZAll four seasons are equally incredible in our backyard! Happy #EarthDay! 🌎 https://t.co/USnIMHjdC8
4/22
2020
It's #NationalLibraryWeek, and we're especially missing this view of the Allan Sekula Library! 📚 https://t.co/5YnZaQyKvPMissing our Performing Artists in Residence concerts! As our days at home continue, enjoy Edward Arron and Jeewon P… https://t.co/hpNkx0jhLG
4/21
2020
Here’s some more #MuseumFromHome inspiration from Ainsley, who recreated Helen Thesleff’s Echo! Anyone remember thi… https://t.co/DKZ3S1Z9p4In the first our Tales from the Vault series, Curatorial Research Associate Alexis Goodin reveals the surprising hi… https://t.co/ftuUGZqWsi
4/20
2020
The lively brushstrokes record a rich variety of textures, including the vibrantly patterned rug, the ruffled skirt… https://t.co/pPhV25WpK5
Retweeted by Clark Art InstituteI know that the roses are the headliner, but I'm hear for what Manet does with the water in the vase. From ~1882,… https://t.co/3inEy4Xt4T
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4/19
2020
@MDockrayMiller Glad to hear it! More to come 🙂Check out our latest #ClarkConnects video, where Kristie Couser, curatorial assistant for works on paper at the Cla… https://t.co/RPWLy3zQn1
4/17
2020

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