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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.
07.02.14 - 07.30.14
Recent Works by Diane Harr, Martha Ebner and Lisa Henry
Hosmer Gallery
Paintings by Harr, are inspired by Italy, monoprints and drawings by Ebner, and charcoal drawings by Henry.
07.02.14 - 07.28.14
Sweet Sixteen
Shelburne Arts Co-Op
A group show celebrating the co-op's 16th anniversary, featuring works by 50 members and artists.
07.03.14 - 08.02.14
First Open Juried Show
Gallery A3
Juror Loretta Yarlow, director of the University Museum of Contemporary Art (UMCA) selects works from artists throughout the Valley.
07.03.14 - 08.29.14
Nature Art Exhibit
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Kathleen Cox exhibits watercolors, prints and vintage jewelry.
07.05.14 - 07.26.14
Open Hearth Cooking: Hot Weather, Cold Hearth
Historic Deerfield
Learn how people in early New England kept cool during the hot summer with beverages such as switchel, and how they preserved summer produce.
07.05.14 - 08.14.14
A Botanical Journey: Exploring Plants and People in the Past
Historic Deerfield
Explore Historic Deerfield walking in the footsteps of past residents who cultivated, used, studied and collected plants for food, medicine, and materials.
07.07.14 - 09.01.14
Summer Show
Gallery in the Woods
Exhibits featuring works by Alicia Hunsicker and Tim Mahurin.
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.
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