From Teresita Fernández’s aurelian makeover of the museum’s main galleries, to the solid gold talent on the museum’s multiplicity of stages, to Darren Waterston’s recently installed Filthy Lucre there’s gilt galore at MASS MoCA this summer.
As Spring chases away the remnants of winter, the sounds of summer begin to be heard in the increasing pace of Berkshire music and theatrical activity.
The future is bright for arts tourism in both Williamstown and North Adams despite being an hour further away from the big cities than Tanglewood.
Enjoy free admission and brick-wall-to-brick-wall programming at Mass MoCA on January 11.
From 5pm to 8pm the galleries and showplaces are all open, as the City of Pittsfield lights its tree and kicks off its seasonal celebration.
From artists Dmitry Paranyushkin and Diego Agullo we look at their ” Suspended act of simulated stimulation towards the environment.”
Teens often have great ideas but few resources. This collaborative summit aims to find ways to help make it possible for young artists and their creative gifts to grow and develop.
There’s a lot to see and do at ArtsWalk Nov. 1 in Pittsfield, and we think the theatrical masks and creative materials at Bisque, Beads & Beyond are worth the trip.
A spectacular farewell to Xu Bing: Phoenix is planned including a night viewing on Oct. 26, plus a mythical creature parade and a contemporary Chinese dance company.
The 10×10 Upstreet Arts Festival brings Pittsfield alive every winter, and now is the time to submit your ideas!
Ferociously undisciplined and rigorously unruly, Bureau de l’APA illustrates in fragments the concept of the “girlization” of the world. This is not Les Miz.
Not all artists work in oils and bronze, some write poems, others create collectible and utilitarian high end crafts.
The story behind the collaboration that brings three major and monumental works of Anselm Kiefer to North Adams is almost as interesting as the art itself.
Back for one night only is one of the most fascinating films about taking pictures ever made, and it tall takes place here in the Berkshires.
Now on DVD, we see how Gregory Crewdson created a series of haunting, surreal, and stunningly elaborate portraits of small-town American life in the Berkshires.
It’s time the Brits got over Bunker Hill, Concord and Lexington, and gave their former colony a little credit.
Henry Klein’s paintings capture how nature is ever reinventing itself in the Berkshires.
Another fabulous Mass MoCA dance party? Yes. But with some really interesting twists.
Jacob’s Pillow surveys Brazil, Israel, France, India, Germany and USA 350 free and ticketed performances, talks and classes offered — Dance once again moves its locus from the urban settings of the big cities of the world to the tiny woodsy hamlet of Becket, MA. There, a fresh air outdoor stage and natural setting amplifies…
With its first anniversary coming up May 3, the First Friday Artswalk in Pittsfield grows more interesting every month.
The Case for Safe Wildlife Crossings in the Berkshires gets intense discussion in Pittsfield this week, just one of 18 great things to see and do.
Alva Noë is a regular contributor to PBS’s Cosmos and Culture, and expands on the topic of art and perception at EMPAC.
It’s the end of an era, the counter-culture has lost its best voice.
The spirit of China’s foremost artist and the Berkshire’s leading art critic meet in a museum.
Far from a frill, the arts teach children many important skills that they will use every day of their lives.
Radiohole Returns to EMPAC as it seeks the next musical metaphor.
Making winter fun together in Pittsfield brought thousands together to celebrate the arts.
Pittsfield, MA – Berkshire Theatre Group is excited to announce it will begin accepting submissions beginning March 15, 2013 for the third annual Made in the Berkshires festival, which will occur October 11-13 at both the Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield as well as the Unicorn Theatre in Stockbridge. The deadline for submissions is May 15.…
“Sweet Dreams” will be screened as part of the Berkshire Festival of Women Writers in March 2013.
Art, music, plays and fun happenings all over town. Get out and enjoy some of them.
Greg Crewdson is as much a chronicler of the Berkshires as Norman Rockwell.
FREE day at Mass MoCA means Curious Art, Live Performances, Elevator Music Festival and Cake for All