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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.
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
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
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...