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PITTSFIELD — Morgan Bulkeley's 50-year career retrospective, "Morgan Bulkeley: Nature Culture Clash," at Berkshire Museum, aims to bring hope — to an institution that is selling 40 … more
With the work of some big names (Picasso, Warhol, Frankenthaler) on display, an historic expansion to one of its foremost institutions and a major controversy, the Berkshires art world provided … more
WILLIAMSTOWN — In simple terms, one might say Williams College Visiting Professor Barbara Takenaga's work is out of this world.On a more complex level, Takenaga's work calls forth echoes of galaxies, exploding stars and dazzling orbs, which … more
WILLIAMSTOWN — The Williams College Museum of Art has recovered a vanished room.It feels like a mythical medieval place, with a floor of handmade tiles, dark plaster walls, oak beams and diamond-paned windows with inset stained glass. It was … more
Fall is a more serious time of year than summer, which is reflected in the movie schedule. Not that there won't be room for dumb comedies, there always is.It is also the time when Academy Award contenders begin arriving in theaters. It says here, … more
STOCKBRIDGE — Susan Merrill and her husband, Carl Sprague, are sitting under the grape vines on the terrace outside their old white house, with two corgis underfoot.Susan's grandfather lived in this house; it has been in the family almost 100 … more
WEST STOCKBRIDGE — Artist Sarah Brayer doesn't have many, if any, professional peers. The Kyoto, Japan, resident is primarily a paper artist, which is not to be confused with someone who simply uses the medium to create art. The production of … more
LENOX — Each summer during the late 1960s and early 1970s, young artists from schools across the country traveled to an eight-week drawing and painting course at Tanglewood held by Boston University in conjunction with Berkshire Music … more
NORTH ADAMS — After a whirlwind summer that included a massive expansion into Building 6 and a packed slate of performing arts, Director Joseph Thompson described the fall as a time for the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art to "take a … more
NORTH ADAMS — Tall mugs. Short mugs. Mugs with or without handles. Mugs with astronaut cats on them. "I'll Drink To That," a show of drinking vessels made by 25 local and national artists at the Eclipse Mill Gallery, has them all. And the best … more
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