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EGREMONT — Retired art teacher Jude Harrigan has little doubt that her husband of 40 years, Michael, knew "when he married me, he'd be in for a wild ride," she said by telephone from her studio … more
At a time when galleries are closed and large gatherings are not allowed, MCLA's Berkshire Cultural Resource Center is doing what it does best — supporting its community of artists. more
WILLIAMSTOWN — When the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute reopens for the summer 2020 season, it will do so with a revised program that pushes back by one year the opening of two major … more
If you pick up the May 2020 issue of "O, The Oprah Magazine" be sure to look for the artwork of local collage artist Daniel "Danny O" O'Connor. more
NORTH ADAMS — In the late 1970s, group shows, featuring women ceramists were few and far between. more
Update: Forefront 2020 and the individual gallery openings scheduled for March 20 have been postponed, with a date yet to be announced.  In 2020 — the "Year of the Woman" — is there still a need to shine a spotlight on women artists? The answer is, "Yes," according to a joint investigation ... more
STOCKBRIDGE — Norman Rockwell looked out the windows of his Stockbridge studio and saw a world of community; communities within communities — men, women; parents, grandparents, children. … more
WILLIAMSTOWN — Photography, despite its reputation as a truthful depiction of the world, allows for countless opportunities to distort and frame an image. more
DALTON — Walk the curtained corridors of Stationery Factory on Flansburg Avenue and enter a world of ice, exploration and art. more
NORTH ADAMS — Take a bright green triangle and give it round green ears, and it becomes an amiable bear. It's a bright abstraction made of simple shapes, like a picture in a children's … more

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