The Clark Art Institute sponsors annual exhibitions organized by graduate students from the Clark Art Institute–Williams College Graduate Program in the History of Art. Through this program, candidates for a Master’s in Art History undertake all aspects of exhibition development, including scholarly research and writing, installation design, art handling and preparation, and exhibition promotion. MASS MoCA provides space, technical support, and curatorial oversight along the way. With a deep, hands-on understanding of all aspects of exhibition production, participants have gone on to become leading curators and arts administrators. Beyond the graduate program, the Clark has also sponsored a wide array of exhibitions and projects, including Kidspace and Natalie Jeremijenko’s Tree Logic. (The first generation of upside-down trees is planted upright—and thriving—on the Clark’s 140-acre campus in neighboring Williamstown).