Led by veteran gallerist Geoffrey Young and joined by other artists featured in the exhibition, ‘It’s not easy being Green!’ will deal with subjects such as how the Berkshires’ environmental features impact the artists’ work
On the one-year anniversary of the iconic movement, Indivisible Pittsfield has organized another sister event to this year’s march – what it calls a “March into Action Resource Fair and Community Forum” at the Colonial Theatre on South Street.
Live Poets Society and the Berkshire Edge will be hosting a literary salon Friday, December 8, at Lauren Clark Fine Art on Stockbridge Road. Take the quiz to be eligible for an autographed book of poems by one of our authors.
In Berkshire County, we have a free indoor sister event in solidarity with the Women’s March on Washington at the Colonial Theatre on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event was organized by a local steering committee that includes Kristen van Ginhoven of Lenox-based WAM Theatre, which focuses on work by female theater artists and stories for women and girls, and volunteers Jayne Benjulian, Lynn Festa and Mary Lincoln.
Thanks to a collaboration with the Women’s March on Washington-national team and the Women’s March on Washington-Massachusetts Chapter, rally coverage from Washington will be live-streamed throughout the event at the Colonial.