Columbus Day weekend is when dozens of artists and artisans will take part in this year’s Made in the Berkshires.
Creativity comes in many forms, and one hopes local cultural councils and state grantmaking programs are really open to creative ideas that are ready to share with a wider audience.
A beautiful shire was created from the descriptions in the Lord of the Rings book.
There’s little doubt that the Butterflies Pavilion at the Berkshire Museum will be a rainy-day attraction for families, but it will be the sunny, quieter days that many will prefer.
Joe Thompson says to expect a rollicking dance party with lots of friends and family returning to MASS MoCA, interesting food trucks and newly concocted drinks, a few surprises, and excellent art and music.
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.
The evolution of the biggest participatory art project in the world, the wildly popular ‘INSIDE OUT’ including Film clip and links.
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.”