The Clark’s First Sundays Free offers Admission and Activities
On Sunday, December 1, admission to the Clark Art Institute galleries is free all day as part of the First Sundays Free program.
Visitors can get hands-on experience with the creative techniques used by artists like Auguste Rodin, Albrecht Dürer, and Pierre-Auguste Renoir through family-friendly activities throughout the museum:
- Carve, print, or paint your own original work of art
- Tour the galleries and hear from a member of the Clark’s curatorial team as they talk about how they care for the collection and answer your questions
- Explore the specialized tools and techniques for creating etchings, engravings, lithographs, and woodcuts through a pop-up display of prints at the Manton Study Center for Works on Paper from 11 am to 3 pm
Also on this day, enjoy a discount at the Clark’s Museum Store. For the third consecutive year, the Clark joins more than 1,200 museums around the world by offering a twenty-five percent discount on all shopping during Museum Store Sunday. This annual initiative started by the Museum Store Association encourages consumers to support museums and their missions by shopping at museum stores.
First Sundays Free continues through May 2020. Upcoming themes are New Horizons (January 5), Improv (February 2), and Wellness (March 1). Learn more at clarkart.edu or by calling 413 458 0524.