In the News

Clark’s New Contemporary Curator Expands Its Focus

The New York Times, July 19, 2018

A ThemToo Movement for Parisian Art

The Boston Globe, June 14, 2018

Larry Smallwood Named Deputy Director

Larry Smallwood, a veteran arts executive, will join the Clark Art Institute’s staff as Deputy Director on October 29, 2018. Smallwood succeeds Tony King, who is retiring from the Clark after a twenty-year tenure. Smallwood is the Deputy Director and Chief Operating Officer of the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) in North Adams. He played a central leadership role in the organization’s recent $40 million expansion and has been a vital part of MASS MoCA’s growth. 

“Larry Smallwood brings unique skills and boundless energy to his work and is a dynamic and creative team-centered leader. He joins our staff at a moment of great opportunity and will play a critical role in helping us to achieve many of the exciting projects we are planning for the future,” said Olivier Meslay, the Hardymon Director of the Clark. “We have deep respect and admiration for the important role Larry has played in shaping MASS MoCA and know that our region will be further enriched by the contributions he will make to the Clark in the years ahead.” Read the full release here.



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