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06.14.14 - 05.26.15
It's Only Human
Mass MoCA
Kidspace exhibit features works by British artists Marilene Oliver and Nick Veasey that use medical technology to examine what goes on under the skin.
06.18.14 - 09.06.14
MadPride
The RLC
Cindi Oldham's solo art exhibit explores the gay pride movement.
06.21.14 - 08.31.14
Two- and Three-Dimensional Drawings by Glenn Ridler
Little Big House Gallery
Fifty years of drawings by Ridler.
06.23.14 - 10.15.14
Field Notes 4
Porter-Phelps-Huntington House Museum
Architects Stephen Schreiber and Sigrid Miller Pollin and landscape architect Jane Thurber exhibit drawings, paintings, collages, and sculptures.
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
kicks off a city-wide celebration of the creative arts, 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.
07.03.14 - 08.29.14
Nature Art Exhibit
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Kathleen Cox exhibits watercolors, prints and vintage jewelry.
07.07.14 - 09.01.14
Summer Show
Gallery in the Woods
Exhibits featuring works by Alicia Hunsicker and Tim Mahurin.
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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
The Space Between
A man in a baseball cap stares at nothing. He’s clutching paperwork. Down the bench from him,...
She’ll Be Sawing Down the Mountain
Carolyn Clayton built her own mountain. She put her personal peak together last year with synthetic...