Topping off the First Fridays Artswalk this series will feature premiere contemporary musicians from across the northeast combining art with music.
A panoply of contemporary American musicians, from folk, alt-country and rockabilly to garage, punk and psych-folk bands will bring the historic Chesterwood site in Stockbridge to life all summer long.
The Clark Art Institute is a beautiful museum spread across 140-acre of grounds which celebrates the arts in a beautiful rural setting. This summer Van Gogh and James McNeil Whistler welcome visitors at this Berkshire destination that is worth a trip all by itself, but it is only the first of many things you must do while here.
Triple Pulitzer Prize winner Stephen Kurkjian knows more about the Gardner robbery than just about anyone. In the 25 years since the Rembrandts, Degas and Monet disappeared, not one of the missing treasures has reappeared.
Engage with artists such as Nick Cave, Dean Baldwin, Clifford Ross, Edward Morris and Susannah Sayler at the hidden away Chalet Beer Garden at Mass MoCA. Open Thursday and Friday evenings during the summer.
Says Krawczyk: “I’m looking forward to spending the next few months cast drawing at Chesterwood, painting en plein air, and working on small studies for a series of oil paintings I have planned.”
Music can be immortal too as you will hear Saturday, May 30, at 2 p.m. at the Berkshire Museum when Jeff Roberts brings the ancient guqin back to life.