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You won't want to miss seeing the work by our current artists-in-residence Aaron Terry and Jessica Harvey. Join us at the Studios at MASS MoCA next Wednesday between 5:00 and 7:00. ...

Open Studios at MASS MoCA, Oct. 25

October 25, 2017, 5:00pm - October 25, 2017, 6:00pm

Our new residents are eager to share what they've been working on in the Studios with you! Come and join us for a fall evening of art and conversation. We'll be serving up hot cider and pumpkin treats, too! All are welcome. Date: Wednesday, October 25th When: 5:00 - 7:00 PM Where: The Studios at MASS MoCA, Building 13, 2nd floor Taylor Apostol www.taylorapostol.com Douglas Breault www.douglasbreault.com Jessica Harvey www.thejessicaharvey.com Jae Na Kwon www.jaenakwon.com Evan Morse www.morsesculpture.com Ali Shrago-Spechler www.alispechler.com Aaron Terry www.aaroneliahterry.com Janet Thielke www.djthielke.com Victoria Udondian www.victoriaudondian.com Derick Whitson www.derickwhitson.com We look forward to seeing you there! Directions to the Studios: When you park in the main visitor lot at MASS MoCA, Building 13 is right in front of you. You’ll see Ferrin Contemporary and CYNTHIA-REEVES on the first floor. Enter through the side door (on the end of the building farthest from Rt. 2) and take the stairs or elevator to the second floor. RSVP appreciated: Email Krystal Henriquez at [email protected]

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The folks at Greylock WORKS in North Adams are launching a new holiday market. They're encouraging the best local makers to sign on. They put on great events in a beautiful space, so it's worth checking out. ...

Festive Holiday Market

November 18, 2017, 10:30am - November 18, 2017, 4:30pm

FALL INTO THE BERKSHIRES @ Greylock WORKS Immerse in beautiful and delicious handcrafted gifts at Greylock WORKS’ 2017 FESTIVE! A new holiday market celebrating the unique magic of the Northern Berkshires and beyond. Set in an expansive, light-filled mill, the festival marketplace will offer music, food crafters, local farmers, fermenters and distillers, and the region’s best artisans and textile curators. Come discover all your holiday gifts and desires, and stay for demonstrations and workshops that invite visitors to share in the stories and skills of our artisans. THE ‘FESTIVE’ MILKWEED A native species often seen along roadsides and hedgerows - the humble milkweed plant - holds abundant soft threads of interior light. It sustains what is poetic and necessary in the Berkshires, as a food source for both agricultural pollinators and monarch butterflies before their long migration. Milkweed in turn produces its own winged migration: in November, its seedpods burst with hundreds of silky parachutes that deploy with the late fall breezes. This ubiquitous pod has many purposes, and exemplifies brilliant design. FESTIVE, a celebration of what is simple and good, is a recognition that beauty with utility are the foundations of a content and limitless life. We hope that you will join us. --------- Advance tickets can be purchased online in blocks of FOUR for $20. Block tickets include one free Greylock WORKS tote bag when you arrive at FESTIVE. Single tickets will be available at the door. Children under 12 enter without charge. Unfortunately, pets are not allowed unless they are service animals. Visit FESTIVE for more information or contact us. www.greylockworks.com/festive/ Vendor application is now open. www.greylockworks.com/vendor-application/ ---------- Latent Productions and The Laurentia Project

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A group of poets came together in the Fall of 2015 at a Tupelo Press/MASS MoCA residency. On their last afternoon, they held a poetry reading in The Boiler House on the MASS MoCA campus, against Stephen Vitiello’s soundscape “All the Vanished Engines.” With that reading, The Boiler House Poets were born. The group returned for a residency in 2016 and will return in 2017. Members come from Arizona, Colorado, New York, and New Hampshire. They will hold a final reading October 4th at Makers Mill in North Adams.

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Reading Series: Boiler House Poets!

October 4, 2017, 7:00pm - October 4, 2017, 7:30pm

A group of poets came together in the Fall of 2015 at a Tupelo Press/MASS MoCA residency. On their last afternoon, they held a poetry reading in The Boiler House on the MASS MoCA campus, against Stephen Vitiello’s soundscape “All the Vanished Engines.” With that reading, The Boiler House Poets were born. The group returned for a residency in 2016 and will return in 2017. Members come from Arizona, Colorado, New York, and New Hampshire. They will hold a final reading October 4th at Makers Mill in North Adams. Refreshments will be served.

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Several of the current residents at MASS MoCA made some of their work over here at Makers' Mill. You can meet those artists and others tonight at the Open Studios at MASS MoCA. Check it out, and spread the word. It's free. ...

Open Studios at MASS MoCA, Sept. 26

September 26, 2017, 5:00pm - September 26, 2017, 6:00pm

Come see what’s happening at the Studios at MASS MoCA! We're hosting another Open Studios event to give you a chance to meet the artists currently in residence. Join us in the Studios for drinks and snacks, and check out what our artists have worked on. All are welcome. Date: Tuesday, September 26 When: 5:00 - 7:00 PM Where: The Studios at MASS MoCA, Building 13, 2nd floor Grace Sachi Troxell www.gracesachitroxell.com Michael Ruglio-Misurell www.mmisurell.com Orly Ruaimi www.orlyruaimi.com Felicitas Rohden www.felicitasrohden.com Landon Newton www.landonlnewton.com Kat Kohl www.katkohl.net Rachel Jendrzejewski www.rachelka.com Julianne Gadoury www.creativeground.org/profile/julianne-morse Rachelle Dang www.rachelledang.com Kiran Chandra www.kiranchandra.net We look forward to seeing you there. Directions to the Studios: When you park in the main visitor lot at MASS MoCA, Building 13 is right in front of you. You’ll see Ferrin Contemporary and CYNTHIA-REEVES on the first floor. Enter through the side door (on the end of the building farthest from Rt. 2) and take the stairs or elevator to the second floor. RSVP appreciated: Email Krystal Henriquez at [email protected]

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Our parklet has art cop approval! All are welcome to weave, this is a participatory project, so come on by! Bring fabric, yarn, paper--or use the materials in the parklet.
Up through September.
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