Pittsfield: Berkshire Museum opens Hite exhibit with talk, reception

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"Living on Earth: The Work of Robert Hite," a solo show of sculpture and photography, is co-presented this summer in a special collaboration by the Berkshire Museum and Hancock Shaker Village.

The exhibit opens at the Berkshire Museum on Thursday, June 30, with an artist talk and opening reception.

Hite will present "Imagined Histories" at 5 p.m., an illustrated talk about his creative process of construction, choosing the right site, and finally photographing his sculptures in the natural world.

The artist's reception begins at 6 p.m. in the Ellen Crane Memorial Gallery. The cost is $5, free for Museum members.

The exhibit opened at Hancock Shaker Village on May 26 and will be on view at both venues through Oct. 30.


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