Looking at Lunchtime: A Personal Look at a Clark Favorite
For Immediate Release
August 26, 2013
Williamstown, MA—On Thursday, September 12 at 12:30 pm, the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute invites visitors to the auditorium to spend a half hour with Curatorial Assistant Laurel Garber for a discussion about Albrecht Durer’s early sixteenth-century print The Rhinoceros.
Looking at Lunchtime is a free event held on the second Thursday of each month. Members of the Clark's staff select their favorite works in the collection to discuss with visitors to the museum.
About the Clark
Set amidst 140 acres in the Berkshires, the Clark is one of the few major art museums that also serves as a leading international center for research and scholarship. The Clark presents public and education programs and organizes groundbreaking exhibitions that advance new scholarship. The Clark’s research and academic programs include an international fellowship program and conferences. Together with Williams College, the Clark sponsors one of the nation’s leading master’s programs in art history.
The Clark is located at 225 South Street in Williamstown, Massachusetts. The galleries are open daily in July and August (open Tuesday through Sunday from September through June), 10 am to 5 pm. Admission is $15 June 1 through October 31; free November through May; and free year-round for Clark members, children 18 and younger, and students with valid ID. For more information, visit clarkart.edu or call 413 458 2303.