"100 hours in the Woodshed" returns to MCLA Gallery 51! Masterminded by collage artist Daniel O'Connor, the fourth edition of this unique biennial event begins January 24, 2013 with a "Meet the Artists" reception from 5 to 7 pm. at MCLA Gallery 51. During the five days that follow, the galleries will be a flurry of collage of every sort: from paper and glue, to film and sound, if it can be cut apart, appropriated, moved around, and pieced together into a new form, it's bound to be happening in the "woodshed". Visitors are encouraged to stop by and watch the work in progress from 10am-6pm Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
100 Hours in the Woodshed IV- Opening Reception January 29
MCLA Gallery 51
51 Main Street (413)664-8718
Join the artists for "100 hours in the Woodshed" for the opening reception for the fourth edition of this unique biennial collective. After "100 Hours", see and celebrate the completed work. There will be food and drink available.
WEDNESDAY, JAN 2
Pre-School Story Time (Ages 3-6) North Adams Public Library
74 Church Street, 2nd Floor (413)662-3133 ext. 14
Come to play or come to watch! The North Berkshire Chess Club is open to all interested chess players from novice to expert. Instructions are available with sets and boards. The only thing you need to bring is a chess clock if you wish to use one.
THURSDAY, JAN 3
Trivia Pitcher's Mound Pub
218 Ashland Street (413)663-8390
Come on down and see what's going on! Good times and a great crowd! Sing with all your friends who are 21+. Great singers and even not-so-great ones will take the mic and sing their hearts out on the Crystal Hard Hat Stage!
FRIDAY, JAN 4
Public Skate Peter Foote Vietnam Veteran's Memorial Rink
1267 Church Street (413)664-8185
Adults $4/ Children $3/ Seniors $1/ Skate Rental $3
The Berkshire Hills Internship Program (B-HIP) is an intensive arts management internship program that combines hands-on work experience with classes taught by the arts administration faculty, TalkBacks with the area's leading arts professionals, and the chance to fully participate in cultural events throughout Berkshire County. B-HIP offers educational and career advancement opportunities that are hard to find elsewhere! B-HIP includes a full time paid internship in one of the many arts organizations in the area, housing and much more! APPLY NOW!
Terra Cafe in Williamstown, MA is looking for local artists to exhibit on the walls of their new coffee shop in the Colonial Plaza. Please Contact Holly Dwyer if interested at the phone number listed above or Holly.R.Dwyer@Gmail.com.
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