By the Way Berkshires shares the global concerns around COVID-19. In Western Massachusetts, local organizations are paying careful attention to health and safety, and physical events are suspended until it is safe to meet again. But virtual events are growing — film, music, art, theater and more. Creative life in the Berkshires is very much alive.
You can dye eggs into vivid blue and gold with spices and foods you may already have in your kitchen, or think about what grows near you. Berkshire Botanical Garden is creating an online hub for virtual learning.
The Berkshires have connections to a broad collection of storytellers: actors and slam poets, bloggers and podcasters, spoken word and story slams, fiction and poetry. Here are conversations to share in a virtual world.
Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival will hold a virtual watch party for a PillowTalk with Director of Preservation Norton Owen and dance scholar Paul Scolieri, on Scolieri's new biography of the Pillow's founder, Ted Shawn.
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