Discussing Latinx representation beyond artists in an exhibition, reaching towards the curators and historians who organize and document work.
Above: Pierre-Auguste Renoir. "Two Nude Women (Study for 'The Great Bathers')" 1884-87. The Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Mass. opened two su
Kiki Vassilakis captures some fire images of Tank and the Bangas at MASS MoCA's 20th-anniversary celebration
How to see local theater every night of the week without going into debt
Jacob’s Pillow Director Pamela Tatge shares what it takes to organize and maintain the notable international dance festival
E.S. Cormac shares how the punk band formed in North Adams and plays between the Berkshires and Capital Region
The music, literature, community and visual arts events on Hudson artist Sarah van Buren's radar.
The band leader talks about her love of DIY recording and the power of self-critique in Speedy's latest album.
The Clark Art Institute's first video installation
North Adams boasts MASS MoCA, baseball, trains, the Mohawk Trail, and a cool spot for hops lovers.
This article first appeared in The Alt on January 23, 2017. photos by Leif Zurmuhlen In just a few short months, on Memorial Day weekend, one of the