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Events for September 26 - September 26

September 2019

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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Historic property walk

Enjoy a guided walk on the Norman Rockwell Museum’s 36-acre site and learn about Peter Rockwell’s sculptures, the Mohicans who have lived here for centuries, the museum's view of Monument Mountain, and the historic Linwood house, an 1859 Berkshire Cottage. The walk ends at Norman Rockwell’s Stockbridge Studio.

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We Hold These Truths

Gordon Hirabayashi fights passionately for the Constitution against an unexpected adversary: his own country. During World War II, he defies the U.S. government’s orders to forcibly remove and mass incarcerate all people of Japanese ancestry, launching a 50-year journey from college to courtroom.

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Book Club: BLK FMNNST Loaner Library

At Mass MoCA this fall, a book club will consider fiction and nonfiction that artist Cauleen Smith honors in her series paintings of the covers of books, beginning with Octavia Butler's Parable of the Sower. Gwendolyn VanSant Multicultural Bridge will lead the discussions.

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The Chalet

Mass MoCA serves grill favorites and local brews with live music on Thursday nights from July to October in the museum courtyards along the Hoosic River — a riverside beer garden with local music under the Berkshire stars.

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What the Jews Believe

Dave and his family still live in the old home built by his father in rural Central Texas, and they are still the only Jewish family in town, in What the Jews Believe, Berkshire Theatre Group's fall play in the Unicorn Theatre, a story about the loss of faith and the journey to find it.

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The Last Picture Show

The Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center screens a classic film, The Last Picture Show. It’s 1951 in small-town Texas and the local teenagers are coming of age in a stagnant setting. Starring Timothy Bottoms and Jeff Bridges, with an Academy Award-winning performance by Cloris Leachman and the film debut of Cybill Shepherd.

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Fighting Hate Speech / Defending Free Speech

Nadine Strossen, Professor of Law at New York Law School, former president of the American Civil Liberties Union, and author of 'Hate: Why We Should Resist It With Free Speech, Not Censorship,' will lead a conversation, interview and a panel discussion with Professor of Philosophy Jana Sawicki, Hamza Mankor ’22, and Essence Perry ’22. 

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Lion’s Den: Bruce Mandel

Bruce Mandel will perform an acoustic stew 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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We Hold These Truths

Gordon Hirabayashi fights passionately for the Constitution against an unexpected adversary: his own country. During World War II, he defies the U.S. government’s orders to forcibly remove and mass incarcerate all people of Japanese ancestry, launching a 50-year journey from college to courtroom.

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