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.
The NY Premiere of “Finks” and then Giovanna Sardelli returns to Barrington Stage for “Muckrakers” in June..
Whether called a homecoming, a reconciliation, or a marriage made in heaven, the return of the NYC Opera to City Center is good news.
Far from a frill, the arts teach children many important skills that they will use every day of their lives.
Billsville House Concerts and Images offer an evening with Christopher Porterfield and his Field Report band.
Actor Daniel Beaty begins in the world of slam poetry as “Emerigency” expands into a colorful parade of unforgettable characters.
Howard Sherman worries that not-for-profits are off-message talking about ticket sale grosses instead of their artistic products.
A cult favorite with lots of theatrical twists and really mad music.
Jonathan Croy directs this popular touring version of the Shakespeare classic, which ends with performances in Lenox.
An appealing trio of guitar, voice and cello will bring a lively program to the stage of the Mahaiwe.