Why do we want magic? What do we need it to do for us? We will explore charms, curses, amulets, rituals, and witches to find a fascination that never fades
Join artist Melanie Mowinski at Zion Lutheran Church in Pittsfield for Making as Consolation.
Though best known for his painted magazine covers and illustrations for stories, books, and advertisements, Norman Rockwell was also a prolific and masterful draftsman who utilized drawing as an essential underpinning of his art.
On the Horizon: Art and Atmosphere in the Nineteenth Century examines how artists and image makers incorporated new scientific and technological understandings of the atmosphere into their works and creative practices.
The Clark Art Institute’s Research and Academic Program hosts a talk by Hilton Als, art critic for The New Yorker and one of the 2022 recipients of the Clark Prize for Excellence in Arts Writing.