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Stockbridge, 5 p.m.
Author, illustrator, and theorist D.B. Dowd will present a talk about the themes in his latest book, "Stick Figures: Drawing as a Human Practice," at the Norman Rockwell Museum. Dowd, a Senior Fellow of the Museum’s Rockwell Center for American Visual Studies, will present an expansive look into the practice of drawing that resets the terms of an age old activity, and embraces drawing as a communicative practice and process for everyone. A reception and book signing will follow. The event is included with regular museum admission; or $10 for the program only.
Williamstown, 3 p.m.
Alexis Goodin, curator of the Clark Art Institute’s special exhibit "Turner and Constable: The Inhabited Landscape," presents the opening lecture for the exhibit in the Clark’s auditorium, located in the Manton Research Center. "Turner and Constable" is on view from Dec. 15 to March 10.
- Riggs Theatre 37 to Stage Laughing Stock
- Snowman Paint Party to support Taconic Hills Art Program
- Wreaths Across America - North Adams Cemeteries
- Santa’s Hat Knitting Workshop
- Banjo Master Tony Trischka
- 'Speed Sisters' screening
- Cocoa and cookies with Santa
- Dec, 11 - Inside Molecules
- Dec, 11 - Williams Seniors Receive Mitchell, Rhodes, Schwarzman Scholarships
- Nov, 07 - Adopt-An-Eph
- Nov, 05 - Biggest Little Challenge 2018
- Oct, 05 - It?s Mountain Day!