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
Bach Project’s Day of Action to be held at First Street Common Pittsfield — Yo-Yo Ma’s Bach Project, in partnership with Hancock Shaker Village, will present a Day of Action with the world-famous cellist Saturday, Aug, 10, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the First Street Common. The event will feature a giant table-building
Co-curated by New York art world veteran Hope Davis and painter and musician Sharon Gregory, “ESCAPE” is multi-dimensional, exploring a wide range of visual expressions and media including paintings, drawings, prints and sculpture.
The Berkshire Museum in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, has mounted a major retrospective exhibition of the work of artist Morgan Bulkeley entitled ‘Nature Culture Clash.’ Videographer Jason Brown and Jim Frangione interview the artist at the museum for this EdgeCast. The exhibit will be on display through February 4, 2018.
Pops Peterson has gained prominence with his critically acclaimed series, “Reinventing Rockwell,” in which he is updating the iconic works of Norman Rockwell with contemporary social and political issues to celebrate the diversity of today’s America.
The Deborah Reich Trail, dedicated to long-time Land Trust board member and president Deborah Reich, is located on the former Cosgriff property off of Salisbury Road near the junction with Barnum Sreet (just east of the cemetery).
Northeast Utilities had proposed to construct the world’s largest pump storage hydroelectric facility, drowning Plantain Pond on the heights of Mount Washington and most of Sheffield south of the village under two lakes.