AboutJennifer Huberdeau is The Eagle's features editor. Prior to The Eagle, she worked at The North Adams Transcript. She is a 2021 Rabkin Award Winner, 2020 New England First Amendment Institute Fellow and a 2010 BCBS Health Care Fellow.
Murray Hidary's immersive sound installation 'Distanced Together' is on view at Mass MoCA now through Feb. 4. "You can really interact with it however you need to. It really is a space for reflection, for catharsis, for healing and really reflecting on the experience we’ve all had over the last couple of years with the music as the soundtrack tracing the arc of the pandemic.”
Six years after “A Tree. A Rock. A Cloud." had its world premiere at the Manchester International Film Festival, Allen's short film is available to stream on Apple TV+, Google Play, YouTube and Kanopy, a streaming service for libraries, universities and high schools.
"Promenades on Paper: 18th-Century French Drawings from the Bibliothèque nationale de France," on view at The Clark Art Institute through March 12, features a selection of 84 works — studies, architectural plans, albums, sketchbooks, prints, and optical devices — aimed at expanding the viewer's understanding of drawing as a tool of documentation and creation
Holly Hardman found that her prescription anxiety medication was doing her more harm than good. But coming off the drugs wasn't easy or recommended. She found a community of people wanting to change how these drugs are prescribed and made a film about it.
“This is an absolute, can’t-put-it-down thriller." Actor Reese Witherspoon, founder and curator of Reese's Book Club, has named Ana Reyes' "The House in the Pines," a new thriller set in Pittsfield, as her first book club selection of the year.
What if Picasso, Braque and Gris were so radical, they weren't simply satisfied with deconstructing illusion, with teaching the art world to see reality in a new, abstract way? What if they embraced the illusion in its most highly realistic form — Trompe l'Oeil?
Jennifer Huberdeau shares her favorite art shows of 2022. "With all the art available, how does one pare down the list to 'the best of the best?' This year, my metric was based on the very reason I love art so much ... the power that art can have over us."
Have you ever made a collage? You probably have, but don't see it as an artistic practice. Don't worry, Melanie Mowinski will help you in her new book "Collage Your Life."
If created today, would the same bucolic landscapes grace the earthenware plates, platters and pitchers in shades of blue, red, purple and black? What would they look like if they depicted real scenes and events, instead of idealized picturesque views?