An illustrated talk and visual exploration of some of the most intriguing and breathtaking locations in the world
Opening Jan. 25 the exhibit has interactive elements,and a lot of passion from local collectors..
On October 26-27 Shen Wei Dance Arts synthesizes Eastern and Western aesthetics to craft dances of singular beauty and transcendence.
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.
EMPAC is where inquiring minds from the Berkshires go to discover, deconstruct, and discuss one’s perceptions in search of a deeper context.
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.
Henry Klein’s paintings capture how nature is ever reinventing itself in the Berkshires.
The Lift Ev’ry Voice Celebration is families, community, and the art and cultural heritage of the African American community in the Berkshires.
Another fabulous Mass MoCA dance party? Yes. But with some really interesting twists.
Earth Day is both a celebration and a report card. RPI invites the community to their campus to see how our planet is doing.
From comedian Bill Cosby and Pilobolus Dance, to the music of Bela Fleck, Taj Mahal and Natalie Merchant, it’s going to be a spectacular summer in Great Barrington.
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.
Diversity seems to the overarching theme in Pittsfield this week. Seen here: Memory Lane March 9-10.
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.…
Part music, part art, and totally electronic, My Robot Friend will light up Mass MoCA. Literally.
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
A classic selection of memorable black and white photographs – meticulously printed – will be at the Berkshire Museum until June 2.
The sheer variety of artists in Pittsfield is another reason to celebrate the arrival of February..
If you’re pretty handy with that Smartphone, you might want to try your hand at making a short film for the 10×10 Upstreet Festival.
The New Year is cause to get out of the house and celebrate winter’s bounty of great music and entertainment in and around Pittsffield!
The Holidays have a lot to offer if when you visit Pittsfield with happenings all over town.
Niicugni is a new dance performance centered on movement, story, and sound.
Nerd Night has become a hilarious way to spend an evening learning stuff you will never use….
Third Thursday becomes Super Thursday in Pittsfield on October 17.
In Lee, the Good Purpose Gallery and Spectrum Playhouse keep things hopping.
DId you know you can buy a work of ($200 or more) and get a $100 rebate? In Pittsfield this Friday.
It’s not just the painters and actors, it’s the carpenters and electricians, bartenders, groundskeepers and back office staffs too. Read More…
A true experimenter at the intersection of performance, media, and technology, Laurie Anderson will have the full resources of the state of the art EMPAC center at RPI in Troy, New York to work on her next major performance piece, ‘Delusion’. She will be Distinguished Artist in Residence for the next three years. Read More…