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Events for September 15 - September 18

September 2019

Sculpting the land

Valerie Balint, Program Manager of Historic Artists’ Homes and Studios, will lead a gentle two-mile walk in Sculpting the Land: Daniel Chester French’s Artist-Designed Landscape at Chesterwood — a Housatonic Heritage Walk to explore the landscape of the home, studio and gardens sculptor Daniel Chester French.

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Family picnic and children’s art afternoon

Bring the family to Naumkeag on a summer Sunday for fun and relaxation with the ones you love most. An artist will be on the grounds to create beautiful garden-inspired art with children. Art projects will change each week and will involve exploring the gardens for inspiration.

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Shimmering Flowers: Nancy Lorenz’s Lacquer and Bronze Landscapes

Experience the world of contemporary artist Nancy Lorenz with a gallery tour of the summer exhibit, Shimmering Flowers: Nancy Lorenz's Lacquer and Bronze Landscapes. Led by Berkshire Botanical Garden's art education summer intern, tours meet at the Center House Leonhardt Galleries on Sundays and Thursdays at 1 p.m.

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Hoosac Valley historic train rides

All aboard the Hoosac Valley Line — The Berkshire Scenic Railway offers historic train rides on weekends through September 22 at 1 and 3:30 p.m. Trains run between downtown Adams and North Adams, in a living history exhibit that explores the rich railroad history of the Berkshires.

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Hoosac Valley historic train rides

All aboard the Hoosac Valley Line — The Berkshire Scenic Railway offers historic train rides on weekends through September 22 at 1 and 3:30 p.m. Trains run between downtown Adams and North Adams, in a living history exhibit that explores the rich railroad history of the Berkshires.

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Evenings at Naumkeag

One of the best sunset spots in the Berkshires may be Naumkeag, the gilded age Choate family house and gardens now kept as a historic site by the Trustees of Reservations. This summer they are opening the property every night from 5 to 8 p.m. Find a drink and a snack at the concession stand, bring a picnic blanket and sit with friends.

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Clark Art talk: Jared Sexton on ‘Basic Black’

Beinecke Fellow Jared Sexton presents, “Basic Black.” At the Clark, he is studying black monochrome painting within the broader history of modern abstract art and the place of black artists working with and against these art movements. What would happen if we re-imagined and re-envisioned all color and all colors as blackness?

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Midweek Music at Williams College

The first Midweek Music of the year will present one piece – with many performers. Matthew Gold leads a group of Williams students, faculty, and friends in a performance of In C by Terry Riley. The minimalist work brings together people who might not otherwise get a chance to perform with one another.

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