In “Othering” art, the subject is the exclusion, marginalization and separation of people because of their race, religion, class, gender, sexuality, age, (dis)ability or neurodivergence. It’s the focus of the Berkshire Art Association’s biennial juried show at the Lichtenstein Center opening Friday, November 4th.
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Fun on tap Saturday includes a visit from Santa, free train rides from Roaming Railroad, live music featuring cast members of the Town Players of Pittsfield Christmastime in the City performance, face painting, a cookie decorating station by Dottie’s Coffee Lounge, and more!
The season will soon be upon us. A preview of holiday related November events.
From the traditional Bach, Mozart, Debussy and Schumann to the ‘Alma Brasileira’ (Brazilian Soul) by Villa-Lobos, this will be an afternoon of music to delight in.
From The Berkshire Eagle By Jenn Smith October 9, 2014 PITTSFIELD — This weekend the city will be filled with color, beauty and fun, and we’re not just talking about the fall foliage. Two new […]
(Pittsfield, Mass.) Mayor Bianchi and The Office of Cultural Development announce the Art + Industry cultural initiative, involving more than a dozen events at Cultural organizations around Pittsfield. Our Industrial Heritage 2.0 by photographer […]