Daily, 3:15 pm
July 1 through August 31
Spend a half-hour with a member of the Clark’s staff at the El Anatsui exhibition at Stone Hill Center. These talks are free with gallery admission and will explore the artist's unique large-scale sculptures.
Tuesdays, 2:00 pm
July 5 through August 23
Celebrate the El Anatsui exhibition with traditional African folktales presented by renowned storyteller Eshu Bumpus. Free with gallery admission.
For more El Anatsui events, call 413 458 0524 or visit the calendar of events.
Learn about artists who re-use materials as their media. Beautiful, inspiring, interesting—and good for the Earth!
Look at this activity guide (PDF) and think about the objects around your house that will probably be thrown away or recycled. How could you use these things to create a work of art? Send your idea(s) or a photo of a piece you’ve made to the Clark with the subject line “El Anatsui Art Project,” and we’ll share your ideas on the Clark’s blog!
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