Berkshire Museum is proud to announce an engaging lineup of screenings in Little Cinema. Through partnerships with Exhibition on Screen, National Theatre Live, and Great Art on Screen, Berkshire Museum brings exciting pieces of art and culture to Pittsfield.
In 1976, Andy Warhol, the portrait painter of the rich and famous, travels to Tehran to take Polaroids of the Shah’s wife.
Berkshire Concert Choir will present John Rutter’s Mass of the Children with chamber ensemble and soloists in collaboration with the Vocalis Youth Choir.
Written and performed by Alison Larkin, with original music by Gary Schreiner and directed by James Warwick. When you fall in love for the first time in your 50’s and the worst happens, you have a choice.
As part of the 2022 summer season of Great Barrington Public Theater (GBPT), patrons are invited to enjoy works created by 7 women artists residing in (and near) the Berkshires. Curated by GBPT’s Associate Artist, Elizabeth Nelson, PERSIST explores themes of erosion, trauma, reimagination, investigation, beauty, and violence.