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06.27.14 - 10.19.14
Simms Taback: Art by Design
Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art
Nick Clarke curates this survey of Simms' eight major books, including and .
06.28.14 - 10.18.14
The Universe According to Josh Simpson
Westfield State Downtown Gallery
Works inspired by glass artist Simpson.
06.30.14 - 10.26.14
Road Trip-Themed Exhibits
Brattleboro Museum and Arts Center
Photographs by Amy Stein in , paintings by Park in , glass sculpture by Jen Violette in , photographs by Bordwin in . Plus and .
06.30.14 - 06.21.15
Stories from the Kitchen Sink: Bob and Phyllis Learn New Tricks
Springfield Museums
Sheffield artist Ricky Bernstein brings his self-created comic book imagery to life using glass and multi-media objects.
07.10.14 - 10.15.14
Undulated Inundations
Porter-Phelps-Huntington House Museum
Installation examines the flood planes as well as the fluctuation of the Connecticut River in Hadley over the past 100 years.
07.10.14 - 10.15.14
Field Notes 4: Transect
Porter-Phelps-Huntington House Museum
Three artists explore patterns found in cross-sections of the local natural and built environments.
07.19.14 - 10.13.14
Contemporary Sculpture at Chesterwood—Selected Works by Albert Paley
Chesterwood Museum
Paley received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Institute of Architects for his metal sculpting. With an artist lecture and opening reception July 19 at 4 p.m. Tickets $20.
07.19.14 - 10.13.14
Contemporary Sculpture at Chesterwood - Selected Works by Albert Paley
Chesterwood Museum
Paley received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Institute of Architects for his metal sculpting.
08.07.14 - 10.31.14
It Came To Pass
Jewish Community of Amherst
Mixed-media depictions of Lower East Side New York City synagogues, by Rochelle Shicoff.
08.09.14 - 09.01.15
Eclipse
Mass MoCA
Installation based on conversations between artist duo Sayler/Morris and writer Elizabeth Kolbert that looks at the extinction of the passenger pigeon, which occurred 100 years ago.
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A Poet at Play
Connolly Ryan aims his cunning verse at Northampton.
Bigger, Bolder, Darker, Deeper
Anselm Kiefer turns to the dark side.
Stagestruck: Revisiting Vengeance
The Visit at WTF: A revenge drama with music
Fade to Gold
Zing, a small studio in Westfield, makes big records.
Steaming Up a Phantasy
I n September, 1859, a British man named Joshua Abraham Norton stepped out of the offices of the ...
Catching a Coyote
A Q&A with Valley and fellow Publishing Genius Press author Christy Crutchfield