“Trends in Philanthropy: Here, Nationally and Worldwide” by Abbie Von Schlegell, CFRE, nationally known development consultant. She is the editor of Women as Donors, Women as Philanthropists, a best-selling handbook about women’s giving.
Both could be called “celebrity foundations” but there is a big difference. All told, the facts suggest that the Clinton family has—at least over the last several years—donated more money (and at a far higher proportion of their wealth) than the Trump family.
Scholars, curators, actors, authors, designers, beneficiaries, and a diplomat will share insights into The Bakelite Masterpiece following many performances by WAM Theatre.
It’s the return of Kite Day, a beloved Williamstown tradition. Bring a kite to fly atop Stone Hill and celebrate the Clark’s exhibition Sensing Place: Reflecting on Stone Hill on Sunday, October 2 from 11 am–3 pm.
The ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance unveiled its twelfth season of diverse and challenging theatre and dance programming for the Williams College community and beyond. Continuing its mission to contextualize arts within scholarly inquiry, the Center will be presenting an impressive body of work that sets student work side-by-side with professional artists. This season…
The largest free outdoor event series in the Berkshires, 3rd Thursday is family friendly and open to all. On September 15, North Street will be closed to vehicular traffic from West Street to Linden Street and will be filled with music, performance, food and community activities.
Cutting edge concerts, film screenings, dance performances, talks, and events are everyday fare at the nation’s most technologically advanced university performing arts center, RPI’s Experimental Performing Arts Center (EMPAC).