Making News

This corner of the mountains may seem remote, but the world is looking at us and coming to visit. Here’s what they’re saying …

Barron’s offers a great guide to the area in a March 2022 article. Read their suggestions of where to stay, eat, and enjoy.

In case you haven’t heard, MASS MoCA welcomed a new director in 2021. Read Art in America‘s introduction to Kristy Edmunds.

The Boston Globe reviews The Clark’s exhibit Hue & Cry.

MASS MoCA’s exhibit, Ceramics in the Expanded Field, shows how ceramics fits into the arena of contemporary fin art. Read what a Boston Globe reviewer writes >>>

The New York Times explores how MASS MoCA and their program Assets for Artists invests in the future of regional artists.

The Clark’s North American debut of luscious paintings by Nikolai Astrup has captured the attention of WSJ, Forbes, and Peter Schjeldahl at The New Yorker!

Yep, that’s the Berkshires – named one of the top five places to visit in 2021 by Travel + Leisure magazine!

The Boston Globe is excited about WTF’s partnerships with Black playwrights and directors. It’s all coming to life this summer.

Read what New York Times critic (and Williamstown-based writer) Aruna D’Souza says about two timely and important exhibits at MASS MoCA.

MASS MoCA’s football-field length gallery holds a new installation by artist Glenn Kaino. Read the Boston Globe review.

ARTnews reviews Museum Town, a film about MASS MoCA becoming one of America’s biggest museums.

Wendy Red Star’s exhibition in Kidspace at MASS MoCA received this  informative review in The Boston Globe

The Boston Globe offers a great review of Ground/work, The Clark’s first outdoor art exhibit.

In the Boston Globe, art critic Murray Whyte reviews Shaun Leonardo’s poignant and timely exhibit at MASS MoCA.

Wendy Red Star has created an engaging exhibit for Kidspace at MASS MoCA, and Hyperallergic took notice.

Artfix Daily celebrates the re-opening of area art museums and introduces a map of outdoor sculptures. Visitors may want to take note!

Williamstown Theatre Festival didn’t cancel their 2020 season, they re-invented it! The New York Times takes a look.

Hyperallergic describes the rich poetry of James Turrell’s ethereal installations at MASS MoCA.

The New York Times relates how old mills, like the Norad Mill in North Adams, are turning into development opportunities in New England towns.

Architectural Digest gives high praise to local institutions in “A Perfect Fall Weekend in the Berkshires.”

Conde Nast begins their “Ultimate New England Fall Road Trip” right here in the Northern Berkshires.

Vanity Fair takes a look inside the new Tourists motel, the vision of Eric Kerns, developer Ben Svenson, Brooklyn Magazine founder Scott Stedman, and musician and Wilco bassist John Stirratt.

The New York Times wandered through MASS MoCA’s new Building 6 when it opened in summer 2017.

The Boston Globe explores the heights at Ramblewild.