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Members help make the Clark a spectacular place to visit, enjoy, and learn. The crucial support provided by members enables us to:
•   Care for and grow our permanent collection
•   Produce new exhibitions
•   Provide a free school bus program that brings thousands of students to the Clark each year
•   Steward our 140-acre campus and hiking trails
•   Support a premiere art reference library
•   Create new ideas through the Research and Academic Program…and so much more!

It is a remarkable time to be a member. There are new spaces to discover, new trails to follow, and old favorites to visit. You will experience the Clark like never before through your membership benefits. Enjoy free admission, special access to our new buildings and exhibitions, members-only events and trips, discounts in the shop, and more.

Give the gift of membership! A membership to the Clark makes a meaningful gift for any occasion and can be enjoyed all year. Introduce someone special to the Clark this year and give the gift of membership. Call the membership office today at 413 458 0425 to purchase your gift of membership.

Member Feature

Bill Gillquist

Our members matter! Each quarter, we’ll feature one member’s story about their love of the Clark.  
His passion for art
Bill first visited the Clark in 1987 with a friend and quickly became an enthusiast of the arts. Soon after, he enrolled in art classes at his local community college and has since been making the two-hour trip from his home in Connecticut to visit the Clark at least twenty-five times a year. He especially enjoys finding the deeper meanings that art has to offer. “I think art can teach us to respect and even admire works from different cultures, beliefs, and backgrounds.”
His favorite painting
Winslow Homer’s Sleigh Ride, which resides in the permanent collection, is a painting Bill likes to revisit often to discover a new detail or emotion elicited by the work. “It’s a winter scene that evokes a story of a warm cup of cocoa by the fire after the sleigh reaches its destination,” he explains. “It’s not a depressing image; rather, it is a confident one.”
What he loves about the Clark
Aside from the beautiful paintings and extensive landscape and trails, among Bill’s favorite things at the Clark are the educational opportunities and public programs such as performances and concerts, which he often enjoys with friends. A member for nearly a decade, he notes that “at the Clark, I feel like I’m a part of something that not only helps people locally, but also inspires people worldwide.”
Do you have a story to share about your connection to the Clark? Send us an email at [email protected]
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