Week of Events
Botanical artist Carol Ann Morley will lead a workshop in making nature note cards, capturing moments of nature with pen and color.
Architectural historian Zeynep Çelik Alexander (Columbia University) will speak on the architecture of 19th-century storehouses of information in the British Empire.
Williams invites everyone to bring a friend and enjoy a midday and midweek concert series with a musical sampler.
Max Ajl, Associated researcher at the Tunisian Observatory for Food Sovereignty and the Environment, will speak in the Climate Justice Series on 'A People’s Green New Deal: Where to Now?'
The Egremont Barn welcomes all comers to perform on the tavern stage for a night of acoustic music in a friendly space.
Novelist Mary Beth Keane — author of The Walking People, Fever and Ask Again, Yes, will give a reading of her work, free and open to all.
New parents and caregivers are invited to bring their infants into the Clark's galleries for an informal guided visit.
The Manton Study Center for Works on Paper invites artists of all experience to work closely from themes in drawings from the Clark’s collection.
Berkshire Art Center offers creative multigenerational fun at their new Pittsfield center in the Brothership Building.
Grammy-winning classical guitarist Jason Vieaux will give a Southern Berkshire concert at Bard College at Simon's Rock.
Eavesdrop, an acoustic trio rich in collaborative songwriting — Kara Wolf, Laura Buchanan and Kerrie Bowden — will play live at the Egremont Barn.
One of New Orleans’ most celebrated modern brass bands, The Dirty Dozen, pairs up with the Squirrel Nut Zippers and their multi-platinum blend of 1930s jazz, swing and folk.
Mass Audubon naturalists Zach Adams and and Dale Abrams will visit Berkshire lakes in search of migrating waterfowl that stop over in the area.
Chocolate peanut butter cookies, fresh flowers, jams and pickles and cheeses ... the North Adams Farmers Market returns with more than a dozen farmers and makers.
Faith Deering will lead a hands-on workshop that celebrates the legacy of Shaker broom-making and share the rich history of broom-making in western Massachusetts.
Before the broadcast of The Met: Live in HD’s La Traviata, the Clark offers a sampling of prints, drawings, and photographs of 19th-century Paris.
Williams JazzDay presents the college’s active jazz scene with of smaller combos and an eclectic mix of soloists, guests, and presentations.
The Met: Live in HD, the Metropolitan Opera’s award-winning series, presents Verdi's classic La Traviata at the Clark Art Institute.
The Met: Live in HD, the Metropolitan Opera’s award-winning series, presents Verdi's classic La Traviata at the Mahaiwe.
Clarion Concerts presents Anthony Newman and friends in an afternoon of live chamber music, performing Bach and more.
Women have been singing the blues since the blues began, and Marylou Ferrante and Robin OHerin will celebrate those women, their music and their stories.
Eclectic multi-instrumentalist and singer/songwriter Rob Sanzone and the Familiars will perform at the Egremont Barn.
Sophie Allison, a.k.a. Soccer Mommy, performs pop-inflected indie rock live at Mass MoCA New York indie rock band Lightning Bug.
The leaves are falling, and it is starting to get cold. Put on your coat and celebrate the fall harvest at the Clark.
Berkshire Theatre Group presents a staged reading of Pia Wilson's The Things I Cannot Change in collaboration with Roundabout Theatre Company, directed by Stori Ayers, with Kurt Zischke, Hadi Tabbal, Tiffany Rachelle Stewart and Tasha Lawrence. The play follows two women who live in the Halcyon gated community as they […]
Tamar Muskal presents the long-awaited world premiere of her warmly diverse work for a rapper/beatbox artist, tabla player, string quintet and treble chorus.
Little Days will play the Egremont Barn — Jorgen Carlsson on bass (Gov’t Mule and Steve Lukather’s Nerve Bundle) and Mini Diaz lead vocals, ukulele and guitar.