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LENOX — Each summer during the late 1960s and early 1970s, young artists from schools across the country traveled to an eight-week drawing and painting course at Tanglewood held by Boston University in conjunction with Berkshire Music … more
NORTH ADAMS — After a whirlwind summer that included a massive expansion into Building 6 and a packed slate of performing arts, Director Joseph Thompson described the fall as a time for the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art to "take a … more
NORTH ADAMS — Tall mugs. Short mugs. Mugs with or without handles. Mugs with astronaut cats on them. "I'll Drink To That," a show of drinking vessels made by 25 local and national artists at the Eclipse Mill Gallery, has them all. And the best … more
WilliamstownWCMA to receive gift of African ArtWilliams College Museum of Art (WCMA) announces a promised gift of over 340 objects of African art from Drs. Carolyn and Eli Newberger. The collection includes works from the late 19th through late 20th … more
LENOX — The narrative foundations for Shakespearean productions are centuries-old, built in the mind of William Shakespeare (or perhaps others) during the late 16th and early 17th centuries. But the physical ones don't have to be.Shakespeare … more
PITTSFIELD — It's been 17 years since Julianne Boyd first directed Stephen Sondheim's "Company" at her Barrington Stage Company.Those were the days when BSC was performing at Mount Everett Regional School in Sheffield. Times certainly have … more
STOCKBRIDGE — The relationship between a landscape artist and his or her surrounding landscapes is a sacred one. "Landscape artists are honestly dependent on, if not a healthy, then at least an aesthetically pleasing landscape," said artist … more
LENOX — Even when he's photographing nude people, Greg Gorman attempts to leave something to the imagination."I try to capture more the essence of who the person is but not necessarily answer all the questions," Gorman said during a telephone … more
STOCKBRIDGE — Before MRI machines, how did we visually represent the brain? Well, with a paint brush and paper, of course."When they first started out they just cracked the head open with a rock and then maybe draw it or some interpretation of … more
WILLIAMSTOWN — Superficially, Helen Frankenthaler's relationship to abstract expressionism resembled that of an obedient wife to an overbearing husband. She loved the movement, contributed to its growth and, when conflicts arose — say, … more
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