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November 2019

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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Festival of Trees

Berkshire Museum's winter holiday Festival of Trees 2019 will celebrate heroes this year — more than 100 holiday trees will fill the galleries with lights.

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Finding Home

Artwork from awardwinning artists and illustrators Frances Jetter, David Macaulay, James McMullan and Yuyi Morales appears in a group show at the Norman Rockwell Museum, Finding Home: Four Artists’ Journeys.

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Clark Art Talk: Graphic Content

A three-part book talk series, Graphic Content looks at books and periodicals made by modern and contemporary artists and considers how artists have used typography and the book form—from avant-garde journals of the early 20th century to artists’ books of the last 20 years—to advance their aesthetic and political programs.

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Genevieve Gaignard artist talk

Exhibiting artist Genevieve Gaignard, whose work focuses on photographic self-portraiture, sculpture, and installation to explore race, femininity, class, and their various intersections, will give a free talk about her extensive and topical practice, at Mass MoCA.

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Winterlights at Naumkeag

Winterlights returns to Naumkeag, and 100,000 lights will glimmer in the winter gardens at the Choate family’s Gilded Age home in Stockbridge.

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Ameranouche — flamenco swing

The awardwinning trio Ameranouche plays a passionate style of 'flamenco swing' music influenced by the legendary Romani-French jazz guitarist and composer Django Reinhardt.

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Aizuri Quartet at Williams College

Aizuri Quartet presents Locally Sourced — a concert of Gabriella Smith’s Carrot Revolution; String Quartet in B Minor, Op. 64 No. 2 by Haydn; Armenian Folk Songs by Komitas; and String Quartet in D Minor Voces Intimae by Sibelius. The composers in this concert drew inspiration from the world around them.

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