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Hunt Slonem has been called many things. He is many things — artist, sculptor, designer. Most recently, he is a Berkshire homeowner. But not the ordinary kind. The kind who owns a castle — Searles Castle, in Great Barrington, or rather Kellogg Terrace, as it was originally called. On a recent Saturday, Slonem is in North Adams, at Eckert Fine Art, where gallerist Jane Eckert is hosting the opening of his exhibition, "Gate Keeper: The Art of Hunt Slonem." 

The oldest Shaker Village in New England, will sparkle in a new multi-sensory, month-long experience, Hancock Holiday Nights.

Visitors to Hancock Shaker Village, 1843 West Housatonic St., will be treated to "Luminous Wonder," five art light projections by Joe Wheaton as they stroll by lantern light  past candlelit buildings in this 19th-century New England community.