The exhibit, designed by The Trustees of Reservations, tells the story of World's End's unique landscape, including its history, what it might have been, and what it is today. Featuring photographs, maps, records, and other archival material, the display follows the tale of this renowned property as it transformed over many years from a colonial-era farm, a 20th century noble farming estate, and a potential residential Olmsted-designed subdivision, to a possible site for the United Nations and even a nuclear power plant, all before local commitment and fundraising enabled its protection.
2017 Clemens Gallery Schedule
September 30 - November 2: Gail Nathanson
November 4 - November 30: Susie O'Brien
December 1 - January 4, 2018: Michael Metcalf
Application to Exhibit
The Clemens gallery is accepting applications for exhibiting in 2017-2018. Currently, the Dolphin Gallery is booked for the 2017 season. If you are interested in exhibiting in the Clemens Gallery, please fill out the following applications and submit them to the Library Director: