|TOP STORIES AROUND THE COUNTY
|Clark Opens Galleries With Abstract 'Make It New'
"As a place for research, it's not that very different from what we've done before." — David Breslin
Rudd Art Museum Ready to Open Its Doors — A Little
"The museum wants to present to the public the art of the Berkshires." — Keith Shaw
Beloved Works of Art Coming Home to the Clark
"You simply can't imagine the level of oversight that our registrarial and curatorial staff go through as we move things from place to place." — Michael Conforti
Rockwell Museum Presents 'The Unknown Hopper'
"Like Norman Rockwell, Edward Hopper had an obvious gift for narrative painting." — Laurie Norton Moffatt 1 Comment
Clark Art Institute Gears Up to Make New Impression
On July 4, the world will be introduced to a work of art more than eight years in the making.
Berkshire Museum Bringing Butterflies Inside For New Exhibit
"What's not to like about butterflies? It's fun to do something so extraordinarily different." — Executive Director Van Shields
Williamstown Recalls 'Big Days' of Celebrations
"Commencement was like a small country fair in the early 19th century." — Dustin Griffin
Manning Seeks Out 'Mill Children' as Exhibit Comes to Adams
"My success astonished me, and the degree that it was an emotional search amazed me." — Joe Manning
North Adams Library Acquires 'Mill Girl'
"I think it's very exciting to have it." — Trustee Hulda Jowett
Artists' Work on Exhibit at North Adams Spitzer Center
"It's just my cup of tea." — Barbara Dolle
Adams Library Hoping to Host Historic Civil Rights Exhibit
"Artists and Pro-Adams groups are trying to generate traffic in downtown Adams, and this is part of the idea." — Eugene Michalenko
Museum Exhibit Showcases Diverse Interests of Local Collectors
"I just think this is going to be a very easy, casual, non-overly intellectual exhibition. It's just cool stuff that people collect." — Lesley Beck
Clark Reveals Lineup for First Summer on New Campus
"... Once inside you will encounter the art pieces that will warm your heart." — Tadao Ando
Clark Art Institute To Host Magna Carta
"We were asked if we would be interested, and we said, 'Wow!' " — Kathleen Morris
Clark Knocks Homer Out of the Park
"When he opened the building in 1955, there were seven works by Winslow Homer on display — more work than by any other artist in that initial installation." — Marc Simpson
Thunderbolt Display Opens Oct. 7 at Adams Visitor Center
The new display will include vintage skis, boots, clothing, pictures, film, awards and memorabilia.
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