Masks are optional unless otherwise stated. Please do what's comfortable for you.

Open Mic Night – Free

It's August, so it's time for an Open Mic Night at the Sandisfield Arts Center. Bring your talent, or your receptive ears for the talents of your neighbors.  

Sold Out! Gala Annual Dinner with showing of “Two Gentlemen Folk”

Thursday September 7: We're sorry (but also happy) to say we are sold out for this event. Please join us at other events this fall! --------------------------------------- Enjoy a delicious dinner prepared by master chef Adam Manacher followed by a special showing of the PBS film, "Two Gentlemen Folk," with Bill Crofut and Ben Luxon in [...]


Postponed to 2024 – An Evening of Dance with Olivia Idella Martin

This event has been postponed to 2024. If you bought tickets, your payment will be refunded. Watch for the announcement of the 2024 schedule. -------------------- Presented by choreographer and teacher Olivia Idella Martin, a collective of work created by local dance artists showcasing a variety of styles. Wine and dessert to follow.  

Film: “Vow from Hiroshima” – Free

Showing of a spectacular, tragic film marking the 75th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima. An intimate portrait of Setsuko Thurlow, a survivor of the US atomic bombing of Hiroshima, who has devoted her life to ridding the world of nuclear weapons, as seen through the lens of her friendship with second generation survivor Mitchie [...]

Award-winning Andre Lambertson Documentary Photography

Sunday October 1 (rescheduled from Saturday September 23) in the Gallery from 4 to 6 pm is the free opening reception for “Andre Lambertson Documentary Photography.” Be sure to be there at 5 pm to hear Lambertson talk about his powerful work. The show runs until October 22. Andre Lambertson is an award-winning photojournalist, and [...]

Folk Duo Ari and Mia in Concert

Come hear New England's Americana sister act, folk duo Ari and Mia, perform music that honors the sounds of Appalachian cottages, rural dance floors, and urban concert halls. Their own compositions cross paths with older traditions making for a captivating sound. Ariel Friedman is a multi-genre cellist and composer. A winner of the Women Composers [...]


Foraging for Mushrooms – Cancelled due to death in family

Very sorry to announce this event is cancelled unavoidably due to a death in the family. We have issued refunds to everyone who purchased an online ticket.  You will also receive an email. ------------------- Join mushroom expert Matt Glushien for a walk to gather mushrooms, then continue for a cooking demonsration and optional natural wine [...]


Sandisfield without the Trees

What would Sandisfield look like if all the trees were magically removed? What did it look like when it was more farms than forest? See for yourself and learn about LIDAR (light detection and ranging) with Professor Will Ouimet of U Conn. The image shown here is a very reduced view — you’ll see and hear much [...]


An Evening with Carol Burnett – POSTPONED –

Unfortunately due to the availability of our actors, this event is POSTPONED until next season.  Join us next year to roll with laughter when you relive the magic and hilarity of Carol Burnett's comic genius as the Sandisfield Players present her classic comedy sketches.  

Simon Reads – Free!

Join us for a reading by Simon Winchester and a discussion of his 2023 book, Knowing What We Know: The Transmission of Knowledge from Ancient Wisdom to Modern Magic. “A delightful compendium of the kind of facts you immediately want to share with anyone you encounter . . . . Simon Winchester has firmly earned his [...]