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04.12.14 - 05.03.14
A Moveable Feast
Paper City Studios
A showcase of work by more than a dozen artists, including paintings, photographs, mixed-media art and prints. Coordinated by the Gallery A3.
04.19.14
HCC Electronic Media Festival
Holyoke Community College
Area college and high school students are invited to submit their work for a competition celebrating the 20th anniversary of the HCC Electronic Media Program. Awards will be given out for high-school and college-level work in several categories, including Animation (2D and 3D), Video (narrative, experimental and documentary), Interactive Media and Digital Imaging. Entry information is available at www.hcc-cmta.org/emfestival.
04.19.14
Que Viva Lyman Terrace
Holyoke Public Library
An exhibit to celebrate efforts to protect one of Holyoke's historic neighborhoods. With photos and stories from Lyman Terrace community members.
04.19.14 - 12.28.14
Deerfield: A Community of Craftwork in the Early 20th Century
Historic Deerfield
Featuring more than 25 pieces from Historic Deerfield's collections of early 20th-century arts.
04.21.14 - 04.26.14
Open Hearth Cooking: Colonial Chocolate
Historic Deerfield
Learn how chocolate influenced life in early America.
04.23.14 - 05.05.14
Earthern Watercolors
Anchor House of Artists
Small grouping of watercolor using non-traditional pigments mixed with traditional gum arabic medium. Opening reception April 24 at 8 p.m.
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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...