The Clark's Grand Tour
By Tom Loughman
In the fall of 2010 approximately seventy masterpieces from the Clark collection will begin to tour museums across the globe, providing opportunities to share these important works with more than two million visitors.
A Closer Look at the Manton Collection
By Jay A. Clarke
The Manton Curator of Prints, Drawings, and Photographs offers a firsthand account of some of the ways she is getting to know this new collection—from surprises in the conservation lab to conversations with other scholars.
The Clark in the World
By Michael Ann Holly
The Starr Director of the Research and Academic Program recounts her travels to seven countries in four weeks and the exciting programs that will result at the Clark.
By Curtis R. Scott
An impromptu conversation at Stone Hill Center gathered international scholars to discuss the repatriation of antiquities, new museum initiatives in the Middle East, and the future of the traditional Western art museum model.
Picasso Looks at Degas
By D. R. Bahlman
A sneak preview of the summer 2010 exhibition, which promises to present groundbreaking ideas about these two well-known masters.
The online photo-sharing site Flickr allows Clark visitors to share their own experiences of art in nature.
56 pages, 8 1/2 x 11 inches
Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute