The Berkshires has long been home to
internationally recognized cultural contributors to the arts.
Residents have included Daniel Chester French, sculptor of
the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC, and American illustrator,
Norman Rockwell. Many well known artists now make their homes
in the Berkshires and the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary
Art, located in North Adams, is one of the worlds largest
contemporary art museums and a major player in the international
art scene . Located within 3 hours of Boston and New York
City, this area attracts summer residents, vacationers and
weekenders by the millions throughout the year.
Downtown North Adams will again host Downstreet Art. 34 visual arts destinations include Gallery Haiti, showing the work of contemporary Haitian-American artists. DownstreetArt.org
Things to do in the Berkshires, June 30 Berkshire Eagle (subscription) Hang out at Dean Baldwin's "The Chalet," on Thursday evenings this summer at Mass MoCA in North Adams. In additions to drinks from the cash-only bar, river views, and art, there will be live music each Thursday, when it opens around 5:30 p.m. This week ...
CT Rep Names New Artistic Director; Garde Announces Next Season Hartford Courant Projet in Situ performed "The Round" in May at MASS MoCA in North Adams, Mass., and in August 2015 at the Vermont Performance Lab. The piece involves guided tours of gallery spaces, using cell phones, live movement, audience interaction and, judging ...
1/2 TIX Program to Offer Tickets to 10 Performing Arts Venues Broadway World ... tickets to performances at the four conveniently located ½ TIX booths which are located at Barrington Stage Company Box Office at 30 Union Street, Pittsfield, Lenox Chamber Visitors Center at 4 Housatonic Street, Lenox, MASS MoCA at 87 Marshall ...
At Mass MoCA, wondering about wonder The Boston Globe NORTH ADAMS — “They say,” wrote the British author Jeanette Winterson, “that every snowflake is different. If that were true, how could the world go on? How could we ever get up off our knees? How could we ever recover from the wonder of it?” Well ...