Ground/work outdoor art walks
May 8 @ 11:00 am - 11:30 am
An event every week that begins at 11:00 am on Saturday, repeating until June 27, 2021
The Clark Art Institute will explore Stone Hill and their outdoor sculpture show, Ground/work, in outdoor, socially distanced talks on Saturday and Sunday mornings in May and June.
Each Saturday, Clark educators lead a guided walk and conversation about three Ground/work installations: Jennie C. Jones’s These (Mournful) Shores, Analia Saban’s Teaching a Cow How to Draw, and Haegue Yang’s Migratory DMZ Birds on Asymmetric Lens. Saturday walks meet on the Fernández Terrace.
Each Sunday, Clark educators lead a guided walk and conversation about three Ground/work installations: Nairy Baghramian’s Knee and Elbow, Eva Lewitt’s Resin Towers, and Kelly Akashi’s A Device to See the World Twice. Sunday walks meet outside the Lunder Center.
Both walks may involve uneven terrain. The museum suggests clothing and shoes for a moderate hike in the spring. These programs are open to all ages. You’ll need to a wear mask and keep a physical distance. Rain or will cancel the event, and space is limited, so you’ll need to sign up ahead.