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Arts Briefs: A Sojourner Truth biographer comes to the Valley, a new take on a noted play, and more
06-06-2024 3:36 PM

Truth biographer comes to townFLORENCE — Historian Nell Irvin Painter, the author of an acclaimed biography of Sojourner Truth, will visit the town where the famed abolitionist once lived to talk about her newest book and about some of the ideas that...

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Rendevous with the paper of record: Northampton artist Katy Schneider paints official portrait of New York Times publisher
05-17-2024 2:23 PM

By STEVE PFARRER

Growing up in New York City, Katy Schneider recalls that the New York Times was pretty much sacrosanct in her home. Her late parents read the paper closely, her father often cutting out articles he particularly liked, and both referred to the...


The creative vibe in the hills: Hilltown Open Studio Tour will profile the work of 32 artists in seven towns
09-22-2023 9:53 AM

By STEVE PFARRER

The Hilltown 6 Pottery Tour, in which potters in the region open their studios to visitors, has been a staple in the Valley for almost 20 years.Now the Hilltown Open Studio Tour is making its move to become a mainstay annual event.The Hilltown tour,...


More than ‘The Scream’: New exhibit at Clark Art Institute considers the artwork of Norway’s Edvard Munch
07-24-2023 8:57 AM

By STEVE PFARRER

Even if you don’t know much about art, at some point you’ve almost certainly seen Edvard Munch’s “The Scream,” one of the most iconic artworks of the modern era: a strange, skeletal figure clutching its agonized face, its mouth an oval of horror,...


Arts Briefs: Comedy in Northampton, striking visual art in Amherst and Easthampton, and more
01-20-2023 10:36 AM

Compiled by STEVE PFARRER

Laughing for a good causeNORTHAMPTON — A number of regional comedians, joined by another who’s worked the national circuit, will host a fundraiser Jan. 21 at Northampton’s Academy of Music for The Literacy Project, the western Massachusetts group that...


Extraordinary Paintings of Ordinary Gals: The pioneering work of Isabel Bishop
01-10-2019 4:49 PM

By STEVE PFARRER

In the early 1900s, few young American women were allowed to go about unchaperoned. Fewer still would likely have been permitted to attend college on their own, almost 500 miles from home, and at the tender age of 16.But the painter and printmaker...

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