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November 2019

Rivers and reverence

The Hoosic River Watershed Association and the Clark Art Institute present Rivers and Reverence, an exhibit of photographs by Berkshire photographers exploring many ways the river, its tributaries, and watershed contribute to a sense of home here in the Berkshires.

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Fall art exhibits at Mass MoCA

Cauleen Smith is an internationally acclaimed artist, and she and artists in many of Mass MoCA’s shows this fall are celebrating who they are — even when they feel surrounded by forces that do not. They are challenging history and looking to the future.

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First Sundays Free: Play

Clark Art Institute opens free to all for a day celebrating free expression and creative play. The Conforti Pavilion transforms into the Game Room – challenge a friend to game of ping pong or hopscotch and hula hoop. Check out a board game, finger paint, or play a round of Wall Games in the galleries.

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Camille A. Brown and Dancers

Ink, the final installation of groundbreaking choreographer Camille A. Brown’s trilogy about identity (along with Mr. TOL E. RAncE and BLACK GIRL: Linguistic Play), celebrates the rituals, gestural vocabulary, and traditions that remain ingrained within the lineage of the African Diaspora.

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Museum Town

In 2017, Mass MoCA became the largest center for contemporary art in the world. This film tells the story of a unique museum, the small town it calls home, and the power of art to generate cultural and economic rebirth.

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Museum Town

In 2017, Mass MoCA became the largest center for contemporary art in the world. This film tells the story of a unique museum, the small town it calls home, and the power of art to generate cultural and economic rebirth.

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Museum Town

In 2017, Mass MoCA became the largest center for contemporary art in the world. This film tells the story of a unique museum, the small town it calls home, and the power of art to generate cultural and economic rebirth.

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Rivers and reverence

The Hoosic River Watershed Association and the Clark Art Institute present Rivers and Reverence, an exhibit of photographs by Berkshire photographers exploring many ways the river, its tributaries, and watershed contribute to a sense of home here in the Berkshires.

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