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“After the Thaw,” Guild of Berkshire Artists show

We are delighted to host a second annual Guild of Berkshire Artists exhibition, "After the Thaw", with an opening reception Saturday May 4, 4 - 6 pm. The Guild of Berkshire Artists (GBA) is a vital, active, nonprofit visual arts  rganization that supports and promotes its members through education, exhibits and community events while contributing [...]

Notes from the Interior – Opening Reception and Gallery Show

Group show featuring works on paper. Opening reception  June 8 4 –6 pm. The show runs until July 7 and is open Saturdays and Sundays 11 am to 3 pm except for June 29 and 30.  "Art, to me, is an anecdote of the spirit.”   - Mark Rothko The act of creation is often a solitary one. [...]

Tomáš Kubínek: Certified Lunatic and Master of the Impossible

Tomáš Kubínek - Certified Lunatic and Master of the Impossible (90-minute performance, mature audiences) London's Time Out calls him "Hilarious and enormously talented." Billed as a Certified Lunatic and Master of the Impossible, Tomáš Kubínek (Toh-mawsh Koo-bee-neck) is a comic genius, virtuoso vaudevillian, and all-round charmer who gives audiences an utterly joyous experience they'll remember for [...]

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Chris Brubeck’s Triple Play

Chris Brubeck’s Triple Play featuring Joel Brown on Guitar, Peter Madcat Ruth on harmonica is (to quote the Los Angeles Times ) ”rollicking fun, led by bassist, trombonist and pianist Chris Brubeck the vocal trio stole the show with their flair and virtuosity!”  The group met decades ago when they all recorded and performed with the unique [...]

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Pick Up the Pen: Start Your Writing Project

The Arts Center is pleased to host Lara Tupper's community writing workshop. In this 60-minute workshop, you will learn practical tips and easy prompts that will allow you to develop a writing routine and complete your writing project. No prior writing experience necessary; all adults are welcome to attend. Please bring a notebook, a pen, [...]

Lunchtime at the Ormond: An Excerpt from James Joyces’ Ulysses

An excerpt from James Joyce’s Ulysses brought to life with narration by Ben Luxon, Irish songs sung by tenor Dan Luxon, piano accompaniment by Josh Luxon-Robinson, and Lucy Bardo on the cello. Join us for this unique special event that vividly brings the world of Joyce’s – and Bloom’s – 1920’s Dublin – onto the [...]

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Open Mic Variety Show – Free!

Bring your jokes, poems, songs, and other talents to share with your neighbors over light refreshments. If you're contributing, please arrive 15 minutes early to sign up. Free.

Romance in the Afternoon: Piano Recital with Josh Luxon-Robinson

Young pianist Josh Luxon-Robinson returns by popular demand after his terrific recital here last summer. Some of the Romantic piano favorites Josh will be playing this year include works by Brahms, Bernstein, Liszt, Rachmaninoff, Delius, and Metner, a Russian composer and pianist from the same period as Rachmaninoff.  

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Constitutional Limits and the Role of the Supreme Court: Lessons from Franklin Roosevelt’s Struggle with a Conservative Court

We are proud to continue the Bill Cohn/Val Coleman Series on American Society and Culture with this timely talk by Kenneth Cohen, who will discuss what we can learn about today'Constitutional issues from Franklin Roosevelt's struggle with a conservative court.  Ken Cohen has taught and practiced law in Boston.  After law school, he clerked for [...]

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