ARTIST

When he talks about his friend Charles Miller, Michael Tillyer has a number of ways of describing the work of the iconic Northampton painter: It’s...

NORTHAMPTON — The Oxbow Gallery, the artists’ collective that has maintained a small but active space on Pleasant Street since 2004, is moving to...

HADLEY — Every Tuesday night when he was in high school in the 1940s, John Gnatek would go to the Amherst Boys Club and watch local artist Steve...

Smithsonian magazine once profiled him with a headline that suggested he might be “China’s most dangerous man.” ArtReview magazine declared him the...

Needless to say, it’s been a tough year-plus for artists of all stripes. Even visual artists, who could still do their work at home, were shut out...

Onward Kitchen Soldiers, by Rob Chirico When Charles Mitello, a promising young chef in a chic New York restaurant, loses his job because of food...

This past spring, children’s book author and illustrator Grace Lin got a disturbing report one day when her daughter, Hazel, came home from her...

It’s taken a while. But after 15 months of being closed to the public, the Yiddish Book Center in Amherst has reopened its doors, with a new art...

Before he developed a trademark style that merged a unique treatment of light, careful attention to detail and portraits of lush but lived-in...

EASTHAMPTON – Easthampton marked a new phase in its artistic life three years ago when it appointed its first-ever poet laureate, veteran wordsmith...

NORTHAMPTON — Last April, as the pandemic shuttered music clubs, art galleries, and other venues, depriving myriad local artists of vital income...

Moving from the late days of segregation in the Deep South to the new wave of activism inspired by Black Lives Matter constitutes a long...

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