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12/1

Joanna Smith lecture: Buried, Layered, Lasting, and Lost: Bronze Age Perspectives on the History of Art”

Clark Fellow Joanna Smith presents “Buried, Layered, Lasting, and Lost: Bronze Age Perspectives on the History of Art. Tuesday, December 1  5:30pm Hunter Studio, Lunder Center at Stone Hill, 225 South Street

12/8

Spyros Papapetros lecture: “The Prearchitectonic Condition: Architecture Before Architecture”

Clark Fellow Spyros Papapetros presents “The Prearchitectonic Condition: Architecture Before Architecture.” Tuesday, December 8  5:30pm   Hunter Studio, Lunder Center at Stone Hill 225 South St

11/10

Maureen Shanahan lecture: “The Orientalist and the Asylum: Gaëtan Gatain de Clérambault’s Veiled Photography”

Clark Fellow Maureen Shanahan presents a lecture: “The Orientalist and the Asylum: Gaëtan Gatain de Clérambault’s Veiled Photography.” Tuesday, November 10 5:30pm Hunter Studio,  Lunder Center at Stone Hill,  225 South Street

9/30

Jeff Speck: “Walkable City” Annual Whitney Stoddard Memorial Lecture

Speck, a graduate of Williams College, is a city planner and urban designer who advocates internationally for more walkable cities. He served as director of design at the National Endowment for the Arts from 2003 through 2007. “Walkable City” was …

10/27

Clark Lecture: Mary Roberts, Transcultural Objects: Islamic Art and Artist-Collector Networks

Robert Sterling Clark Visiting Professor Mary Roberts presents a lecture, “Transcultural Objects: Islamic Art and Artist-collector Networks, 1860–1890.” It will take place at 5:30pm Tuesday, October 27th in the Hunter Studio of the Lunder Center, Clark Art Institute, 225 South Street.

9/23

RAP Film Screening

The Clark’s Research and Academic program will be screening Madame B. at 5:30pm, Wednesday, September 23rd in the Hunter Studio at the Lunder Center at Stone Hill. Directed by Clark Fellow Mieke Bal and Michelle Williams Gamaker, the film explores the …