Williams, the Clark, and allied institutions offer an exceptionally rich range of academic lectures, seminars, and symposia in the visual arts. The Graduate Program participates in many of these events, from public conferences on topics of high art historical interest to working seminars by visiting scholars and researchers. Among them, the cultural institutions of Williamstown and its vicinity offer a rich array of intellectual, artistic, and academic programming.
Clark Research and Academic Program Events
The institute sponsors lectures by Clark Fellows, as well as conversations, colloquia, symposia, conferences, and other events relevant to students of the history of art.
Clark Public Lectures and Events
The Clark sponsors an array of lectures and events attached to its collections and its active exhibition program.
WCMA Public Lectures and Events
The Williams College Museum brings to campus artists, curators, and art historians in support of its active exhibition and academic programs.
Williams College Events
Williams sponsors an array of academic and cultural events, from music, theater, and avant-garde film to lectures and conversations by a wide range of artists, performers, curators, and other visitors.
MASS MoCA Events
MASS MoCA brings to its campus numerous artists, performers, and curators on the cutting edge of contemporary practice. The museum also has an active music, film, and theater program.