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Events for September 17 - September 20

September 2019

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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Lion’s Den: Allen and Azaam

A regional duo on saxophone and piano perform standards and the not-so-standard with a bit of a twist in the pub at the Red Lion Inn. Regional musicians perform most nights year-round in the Lion’s Den Pub: Folk, blues, rock and jazz 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. Sunday to Thursday and 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

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Lion’s Den: Tony Bernardo

Tony Bernardo, a singer-songwriter who also sings the American catalogue of songs will perform in the Lion's Den pub at the Red Lion Inn. Regional musicians perform most nights year-round in the Lion’s Den Pub: Folk, blues, rock and jazz 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. Sunday to Thursday and 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

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IlyAIMY folk concert

IlyAIMY, three-time winners of the Washington Area Music Association Winners for Best Contemporary Folk Group, will perform at the Egremont Barn. They are known for combining award-winning songwriting, tight harmonies, intricate slap-style guitar work, ukulele and percussion into an eclectically humorous stage show.

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Log Lunch: Greg Watson on Equity, Land and Community

A tradition of the Center since 1972, Log Lunches are held on Fridays through the college year at noon at the Log at 78 Spring St. in Williamstown. Each week, Williams students prepare and serve a vegetarian lunch, followed by a talk on an environmental topic. Students and faculty speak, as well as local, national and international organizations.

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