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In Reach

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Tuesday, April 02, 2013
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Reaching into more than 25 spaces in nine venues throughout Easthampton and Holyoke, Reach Fest integrates visual art installations, sculpture, video, sound, movement and other performance-based works, Reach features 30-plus artists, musicians, dancers, photographers and videographers, including by festival curators Burns Maxey, Marjorie Latham, Denis Luziriaga and Maggie Nowinski.

April 13 brings Fest Day, featuring Holyoke performances by Matt Medeiros and Matt Waugh, Sarah June and Max Lord, Nyugen Smith and Marilyn Arsem at the Wistariahurst Museum, while Easthampton’s Eastworks presents performances by Alisia Waller, Seth Lepore, Jeff Huckleberry and Carolyn Clayton. Popcorn Noir in Easthampton also presents a One-minute Videofest that day, from 9-11 p.m.

Throughout the month of April, various locations in Easthampton and Holyoke. Visit www.reachfest.com for detailed schedules and information.

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