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01.21.14 - 06.08.14
El Anatsui: New Worlds
Mount Holyoke College Art Museum
Featuring six recent large-scale works by Ghanaian artist El Anatsui which bridge the gap between paintings, textiles and three-dimensional sculpture.
01.25.14 - 12.31.14
In Transit: Between Object and Image
Mass MoCA
Featuring the work of artists Dike Blair, Hugh Scott-Douglas, and collaborative duo Guyton and Walker.
01.31.14 - 08.31.14
The Eye is a Door: Landscape Photographs by Anne Whiston Spirn
Smith College Museum of Art
Spirn's work features images of locations, ranging from the fjords of Iceland to Buddhist gardens in Japan.
02.06.14 - 04.28.14
Etched In Time
Jewish Community of Amherst
Exhibit of etchings by Liz Chalfin, founder and director of Zea Mays Printmaking.
02.08.14 - 05.09.14
Paint Misbehavin'
The Invisible Fountain
A new showing of paintings by Luke J. Cavagnac.
02.08.14 - 06.15.14
Art and Identity in the Roman Near East
Williams College Museum of Art
A range of objects from Rome, put together in cojunction with Associate Professor Ben Rubin's course "Roman Cities in the Near East."
02.13.14 - 07.31.14
Native Voices/Native Books: Native American Literature
Amherst College
Featuring printed books and ephemera documenting over 200 years of Native American intellectual tradition. In the Frost Library.
02.17.14 - 04.27.14
The Attack on Port Arthur in Woodblock
Mead Art Museum, Amherst College
In commemoration of the 110th anniversary of Japan's surprise attack on Russian-held Port Arthur, the Mead presents work from the Russo-Japanese War.
03.01.14 - 04.28.14
Elice Davis Pieropan: A Life of Paintings
Salmon Falls Artisans Showroom
A retrospective of local landscape and still life in oil and watercolor.
03.01.14 - 05.18.14
Monika Baer
Williams College Museum of Art
Drawings and paintings from Baer, who says she approaches "the picture as a site of staging a performance."
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Steam Power
Steampunk Springfield revisits Industrial Era Innovations.
Steampunk Q&A
Bruce Rosenbaum, guest curator of Steampunk Springfield, steampunk designer
Good-nervous Elation
Publisher, editor and author Ariel Gore reads at Food For Thought
Paint and Emotion
Valley artist Rebecca Guay and the power of the human form
Uncorseted
A conversation with the late poet Maxine Kumin
Hats Off for Dr. Seuss
It’s often said that shoes make the man. It seems that Ted Geisel (aka Dr. Seuss) turned that...