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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.
04.30.14 - 08.31.14
The Art of Eric Carle: What's Your Favorite Animal?
Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art
Featuring collaborations with 14 illustrators, including Susan Jeffers, Steven Kellogg and Mo Willems.
05.02.14 - 08.23.14
Nye Ffarrabas—A Walk On The Inside—50-Year Retrospective
C.X. Silver Gallery
Exhibition and book launch for local Fluxus artist active since the 1960s.
05.02.14 - 08.23.14
Nye Ffarrabas - A Walk On The Inside: 50-Year Retrospective
C.X. Silver Gallery
Exhibition and book launch for local Fluxus artist active since the 1960s.
05.02.14 - 08.23.14
Nye Ffarrabas: A Walk On The Inside: 50-year retrospective
C.X. Silver Gallery
Exhibition and book launch for local Fluxus artist active since the 1960s.
05.13.14 - 08.14.14
Gifts from the Collection of Peggy and David Starr
Springfield Museums
Highlights the Starrs' passion for social justice, interest in history and art, and support of working artists. In the Michele and Donald D'Amour Museum of Fine Arts.
05.18.14 - 08.18.14
A Genius for Place
Wistariahurst Museum
Landscape photographer Carol Betsch and author Robin Karson curate this examination of historical landscapes representing the chronological development of key movements in American landscape design.
05.20.14 - 11.30.14
Harriet the Spy Turns Fifty
Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art
A selection of original drawings by Louise Fitzhugh from her book , which was published 50 years ago.
05.20.14 - 01.04.15
Norman Rockwell: Reinterpreting the American Tradition in the 21st Century
Springfield Museums
Examines 21 advertising drawings Rockwell did for MassMutual (the exhibit's main sponsor) in the 1950s and 1960s. Also features a Rockwell-inspired mural by local artist John Simpson. At the Lyman and Merrie Wood Museum of Springfield History.
05.24.14 - 10.13.14
An Oasis of Beauty: Photographs by Julie McCarthy
Chesterwood Museum
Photomontages and photographs of the possessions of Daniel Chester French's only child, Margaret "Peggy" French Cresson, who summered at the home as a girl and ceded the property and its collections to the National Trust for Historic Preservation in 1968.
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