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LENOX — Each summer during the late 1960s and early 1970s, young artists from schools across the country traveled to an eight-week drawing and painting course at Tanglewood held by Boston University in conjunction with Berkshire Music … more
STOCKBRIDGE — Before MRI machines, how did we visually represent the brain? Well, with a paint brush and paper, of course."When they first started out they just cracked the head open with a rock and then maybe draw it or some interpretation of … more
LENOX — Singer-songwriter Emmylou Harris has been great almost since the day she picked up a guitar. No these are not the overhyped musings of a folkie fanboy. Let us, as they say, check the record. more
WILLIAMSTOWN — In simple terms, one might say Williams College Visiting Professor Barbara Takenaga's work is out of this world.On a more complex level, Takenaga's work calls forth echoes of galaxies, exploding stars and dazzling orbs, which … more
WILLIAMSTOWN — The Williams College Museum of Art has recovered a vanished room.It feels like a mythical medieval place, with a floor of handmade tiles, dark plaster walls, oak beams and diamond-paned windows with inset stained glass. It was … more
PITTSFIELD — It's been 17 years since Julianne Boyd first directed Stephen Sondheim's "Company" at her Barrington Stage Company.Those were the days when BSC was performing at Mount Everett Regional School in Sheffield. Times certainly have … more
LENOX — The narrative foundations for Shakespearean productions are centuries-old, built in the mind of William Shakespeare (or perhaps others) during the late 16th and early 17th centuries. But the physical ones don't have to be.Shakespeare … more
WEST STOCKBRIDGE — Artist Sarah Brayer doesn't have many, if any, professional peers. The Kyoto, Japan, resident is primarily a paper artist, which is not to be confused with someone who simply uses the medium to create art. The production of … more
NORTH ADAMS — After a whirlwind summer that included a massive expansion into Building 6 and a packed slate of performing arts, Director Joseph Thompson described the fall as a time for the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art to "take a … more
Fall is a more serious time of year than summer, which is reflected in the movie schedule. Not that there won't be room for dumb comedies, there always is.It is also the time when Academy Award contenders begin arriving in theaters. It says here, … more
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