THE ARTFULMIND AUGUST 2013 3
museums & galleries510 WARREN STREET GALLERYhudson, nY 518-822-0510recent Paintings by linda Clayton, "BeinG in The MYS-TerY", Aug 2-25
ALLIUM RESTAURANT And GAllerY42 railroad St, Gt Barrington, MA 413-528-2118 /opentable.comAllium will feature the selected works from Berkshire-based artistSean riley beginning Tuesday, May 21. riley will be showing anew body of work that includes paintings on panel as well asdyed-paper collages. These colorful works evoke certain qualitiesof fabric and use patterns that fold in upon themselves in origami-like fashions that give rise to a tension between flat and three-di-mensional space.
A.P.E GALLERYnorthampton, MA 413-529-1895A PriZe eVerY TiMe!Sally Curcio, Amy Johnquest, AnnelaPrade Seuthe. September 6th thru 29th, 2013
BERKSHIRE ART GALLERY80 railroad St, Gt Barrington, MA 528-2690www.berkshireartgallery.com19th and early 20th Century American & european art and sculp-ture, contemporary artists
CATA CATA GALLERY70 railrd. St. Gt. Barrington, MASolo exhibit of work by Berkshire artist Pat hogan from August15 through August 29. The public is invited to a reception August17 from 5 to 7 pm.
FRONT STREET GALLERYfront St., housatonic, MA 413-274-6607 / 413-528-9546, orcell at 413-429-7141housatonic Gallery for students and artists. featuring watercolorsby Kate Knapp (Saturday and Sunday 12-5pm or by appointment)
GALLERY 25311 north Street, Pittsfield, Studio #9 413-442-7718, or 413-841-1659 margebride-paintings.com/ firstname.lastname@example.orgSolo exhibit of watercolors by Marguerite Bride entitled Pass-ports during the entire month of August; an opening reception willbe held on friday, August 2 from 5-8 pm. (by appointment only)
GOOD PURPOSE GALLERY40 Main Street, lee, MA / www.goodpurpose.org A retrospective, showcasing John K. lawsons recent and previ-ous works of art will be on display til September 2.
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF AMHERST742 Main St., Amherst, MA 413-549-5115Gallery: no One is home: Barcodes, Suburbia and the holocaust.Simone Alter Muri and harriet Graicerstein. Mother - daughtercollaboration. Aug - Oct 25
NEUMANN FINE ART65 Cold Water St., hillsdale, nY www.neumannfineart.comOpening July 6th and running through September 2nd will featuretwo painters, Ken Young and Jeffrey l. neumann
NORMAN ROCKWELL MUSEUMrte 183, Stockbridge, MA .8 413-298-4100Snow White and The Seven dwarfs: The Creation of a Classic.Thru Oct 27. enjoy this mischievous and unique retelling of theclassic Snow White tale by Adam Gidwitz, bestselling author ofin a Glass Grimly and A Tale of dark and Grimm. Book signingto follow. Maya and Beyond:An evening with Jarvis rockwellThursday, August 15, 5:30 p.m.
ART ON MAINTHE GALLERY AT BARNBROOK REALTY271 Main Street, Great Barrington, MA. ruth Kolberts studio413-229-0380 / rkolbert email@example.com
exhibit by ruth Kolbert, "friends, Artists and Special Places:new Paintings from June 29 to August 29.
OXBOW GALLERY275 Pleasant Street, northampton, MA 413-586-6300 www.oxbowgallery.orgPainters Mark Soderling and liz Wilson, thru Sept. 1
R&F ENCAUSTICS845 Ten Broeck Avenue, Kingston, nYa solo exhibition of paintings by Visiting Artist, Gregory Wrightentitled, forces. This exhibition will be on view from August 3rdthrough September 21st,
SCHANTZ GALLERIES3 elm St, Stockbridge, MA 413-298-3044 www.schantzgalleries.com. A destination for those seeking premier artists working in glass.(11 - 5 daily)
SYBIL PERRYThe GAllerY AT KinderhOOK GrOuP19 Main Street (route 41), Salisbury, CT Savor the Seasons, a solo exhibition of new landscape paintingsby Sybil Perry, Cornwall artist, will be on view at The Gallery atKinderhook Group in Salisbury from August 1 to August 31.
ST. FRANCIS GALLERY1370 Pleasant St, rte 102, lee, MA 413-717-5199Freedom of Expression, June 28 - August 12. Closed Weekendof August 17; PrinT and PASTe: Aug 23-Sept 30, reception:Aug 31, 3-6pm; COlOr and line, Oct 4 - nov 18, reception:Oct 12, 3-6pm. inSPirATiOn of the SPiriT, nov 22 - Jan 6,reception dec 7, 3-6pm
THE HARRISON GALLERY39 Spring Street, Williamstown, MAJane Bloodgood-Abrams, Aug 3 - 31
THE WELLES GALLERY @THE LENOX LIBRARY18 Main st, lenox, MA 413-637-2630Art exhibit: The Art of Sol Schwartz. Over 60 paintings, drawingsand artists proofs, thru Aug 11.
THE STERLING AND FRANCINE CLARK INSTITUTE255 South St. Williamstown, MA150th anniversary of edvard Munch's birth with a screening of"Munch 150," part of the "exhibition: Great Art on Screen" se-ries.
UNIVERSITY ART MUSEUMAlbany, nY / www.albany.edu/museumSummer exhibitions at the university Art Museum feature Sculp-ture, drawing, and Video.William lamson: A Certain Slant oflight / Michelle Segre: Antecedents of the Astra hamster, June27 through September 14
music/theatreGLORY, THE CIVIL WAR WORLDPittsfield Cemetery, 203 Wahconah St., Pittsfield, MA"Glory," The Civil War World of Pittsfield is a new historic Pitts-field play by Sally filkins, author of "The Melville Trilogy." Theplay, presented by VOiCeS Theater Company, in collaborationwith Berkshire historical Society.
JACOBS PILLOW DANCE - TED SHAWN THEATRE358 George Carter road - Becket, MA 413-243-9919
KENDALL STUDIO THEATERMt. holyoke College, South hadley, MAAug 9, Aug 10, 8pm: Blind dreAMerSensemble-created physical theatre with song, text and live music
MASS MoCA1040 Mass MoCA Way - north Adams, MA 413-662-2111July 11: learn how the experience of Kidspace exhibiting artistroger Shimomura in a World War ii Japanese-American intern-
ment camp influenced his pop-art style imagery. The work andthemes of this nationally recognized, prolific artist will make fora lively discussion.
SALLY-JANE HEITS VAUDEVILLE The Guthrie Center, 2 Van deusenville rd., Great Barrington;413-528-1955 / www.guthriecenter.org/ www.sallyjaneheit.comSally-Jane heit will return for her 4th Annual Benefit Perform-ance at the Guthrie Center on August 17 at 7 pm. This year shellbring something entirely new to the stage, or entirely old depend-ing how you look at it: Vaudeville A Valentine to an Old TheatreArt form
TANNERY POND CONCERTSnew lebanon, nY 888-820-1696www.tannerypondconcerts.org / firstname.lastname@example.orgAug 17, 8pm: Vassily Primakov, piano; natalia lavrova, piano;Sept 7, 8pm: Parnas Piano Trio; Sept 21: Brentano String Quar-tet
5TH ANNUAL WORDXWORD FESTIVALPittsfield, 10 a.m. - Midnight wxw365.orgThe 5th Annual WordXWord festival takes place August 11-17,2013 in Pittsfield. Some of the biggest names in poetry will beparticipating all week: Jon Sands, robbie Q Telfer, Cristin O'-Keefe Aptowicz and Adam falkner,among others. Go to forthe daily schedule of events.
workshopsBERKSHIRE BOTANICAL GARDENS5 West Stockbridge road, Stockbridge, MA Botanical illustration: drawing fruits and flowers with ColoredPencil (Wednesday, Thursday and friday, August 14, 15 and 16,10am - 4pm). Standing Stones in the GardenStone-Carving Workshop with Karin Sprague (Thursday, August15, 10am - 5pm)
BERKSHIRE WRITERS ROOM WORKSHOPPittsfield, MA 413-842-5014 / email@example.com workshops will be offered at the lichtenstein Center for theArts throughout the summer.
SABINE VOLLMER VON FALKNERPhOTOGrAPhiC WOrKShOP 413-298-4933 www.sabinephotoart.com, firstname.lastname@example.orgVieW liGhT WiTh A CriTiCAl eYe dates: September 21and 22, 2013.
festivals / events22ND ANNUAL STOCKBRIDGE SUMMER ARTS & CRAFT SHOWStockbridge, MA Stockbridge. email@example.com.The Stockbridge Summer Arts and Crafts Show, now in its twentyfirst year, will be held August 17 and 18 on 50 Main Street,
filmIMAGES CINEMA Williamstown, MA www.imagescinema.orgThursday, 8/8, 7pm: The Way Way Back, 9pm: The Way WayBack
FITCHBURG ART MUSEUM25 Merriam Parkway, fitchburg, MA / www.fitchburgmuseum.orgWorld Premier, Wed, Aug 14, 8pm: At the Sommerville Theatrein Somerville, MA.: Q and A with former fitchburg Art Museumdirector Peter Timms and film director emily driscoll
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