There’s a toy piano extravaganza, a theatrical oratorio about Van Gogh, plus music by Philip Glass, Christian Marclay, Meredith Monk, 2015 Pulitzer Prize Winner Julia Wolfe as BOAC reveals its plans for three weeks at Mass MoCA this summer.
A fond farewell to Leonard Nimoy whose accomplishments went further than Star Trek. He will be remembered for his work in Holocaust remembrance, the arts and the environment.
Twelve dancers will join the composer, designer and choreographer for three intimate work-in-progress performances in the Hunter Center of Mass MoCA.
On view January 30 to March 29, 2015, the iconic work of photographer Dana Gluckstein opens with a reception and talk on January 29 at 6pm.
Rare insights into Gordon Parks’ segregated beginnings in rural Kansas and the migration stories of his classmates, many of whom, like him, left in search of better lives.
Always a fun morning or afternoon for families getting into the holiday spirit, the Berkshire Museum’s Festival of Trees is back – with a fun twist that everyone will enjoy.
Several arts event are built around a six-hour centerpiece that combines live music, text, and video taking place in a capsule made of two-way mirrors that the audience can see through..