This corner of the mountains may look out of the way, but the world is looking at us — and coming to visit. Here’s what they’re saying …
Travel and Leisure has named the Berkshires as one of the 50 best places to travel in 2018.
The Boston Globe finds the Clark Art Institute’s winter 2018 exhibit, Drawn to Greatness, “a magnificant showcase” of 500 years of Western drawings.
The Washington Post praises “a wealth of dazzling works” in Drawn to Greatness as well.
Martyna Majok, the acclaimed playwright who brought The Cost of Living to Williamstown Theatre Festival in 2016, has just become the first woman ever to win the Greenfield Prize.
The New York Times wandered through Mass MoCA’s new Building 6 when it opened in summer 2017 and found it “a weird and wonderful place. … The stillness is eerie, the empty spaces luxuriant and seemingly all yours.”
Brigadier General Thomas Francis Meagher — Irish revolutionary, Civil War veteran and a friend of Abraham Lincoln’s — takes center stage in a new film produced by actor John Cusak … and a portrait restored by the The Williamstown Art Conservation Center.
Sawyer Library at Williams College has won a Library Building Award from the American Institute of Architects.