Take a closer look at the Clark’s collection during Looking and Lunching, a half hour of discussion focusing on one work from the collection. This month, discuss the Allan Sekula Library.
Thursday, November 21, 2019
Exhibiting artist Genevieve Gaignard – whose work explores race, femininity, class, and their various intersections – discusses her extensive and topical practice.
Vocal performances inspired by time and space will be presented in conjunction with “Candle (from Earth into a Black Hole).”
It’s the musical adaptation of Fellini’s “The Nights of Cabiria” about diehard dancehall girl Charity Valentine. Shows on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays only.
Aizuri Quartet presents a concert titled “Locally Sourced” featuring Gabriella Smith’s “Carrot Revolution.”
From their origins in San Francisco’s Mission District, Front Country brings its American roots music to North Adams.
As winter sets in, we’re happy to be hosting the bright sounds of Sunshine Nights as our next Sing for your Slumber artists.
Meet Laura Sims author of “Looker” at the Williams Bookstore
This three-part series looks at books and periodicals made by modern and contemporary artists. Other dates for this series are in December.
Five days of firing and studio workshopping with two of the best in the field: Linda Christianson and George McCauley.
The Bennington Museum presents this exhibition, envisioning an opportunity for people to connect over shared experiences and to explore the impact of racism in their lives.
Celebrate the 100th anniversary of women winning the right to vote with this new exhibition at the Berkshire Museum. Come for this preview, a special event free to the public!
This show highlights underappreciated regional women artists.
Axis Mundo: Queer Networks in Chicano L.A. maps the intersections among a network of queer Chicanx artists and their artistic collaborators from the late 1960s to the early 1990s.
During the 1960s, Bennington College served as a rural epicenter for a group of artists who were pushing the possibilities of abstraction in works that have come to be known as Color Field.
Massachusetts-based artist Asa Cheffetz was inspired by the landscape of Vermont countryside. This exhibition features wood engravings of these Vermont landscapes.
Jon Van Alstine drawings on display at the Artist Book Foundation as part of the release celebrations for the upcoming book, Jon Van Alstine: Sculpture 1971-2018.
This exhibition takes visitors on a world tour through images from the early days of tourism prints and photographs.