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09:11AM / Thursday, January 31, 2013
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Head Upstreet This Friday for Artswalk!
 
Bring family and friends and enjoy art by over 50 local artists in 22 different locations this Friday in downtown Pittsfield's Upstreet Cultural District.Click here for a handy downloadable map and guide to the February 1st Artswalk, or pick one up upstreet! From 10X10 art show previews, to love mandalas and drumming, there's something for everyone!
 
First Fridays Artswalk | Friday, February 1st | 5-8pm | Upstreet Cultural District | 413-443-5601 | FREE

 

Kevin O'Hara & Missie the Donkey

Award-winning author and longtime Berkshire Medical Center employee Kevin O'Hara presentsTravels with Missie: The Photographs on Friday, February 1, from 3pm to 5pm in BMC's Main Lobby. Along with O'Hara's dazzling photo display, there will be a special appearance by Missie the Donkey from theBerkshire Carousel.

Berkshire Medical Center | 725 North Street |413-447-2776


 

Sharon Mongeon at Aerus Electrolux

Family Coordinator at Morningside Community School and part-time teacher of arts and crafts at the Boy's and Girl's Club of Pittsfield Sharon Mongeonfound her love of art while taking courses atBerkshire Community College. Now, she displays her paintings and ink drawings with rouged oils and watercolors.

Aerus Electrolux | 383 North Street | 413-442-1544


 

Amy Cohen Banker at Wild Sage

Amy Cohen Banker exhibits 10 original pieces in the spirit of the 10x10 Upstreet Arts Festival. Her works vary in size—from miniature to murals—and medium from acrylic, oil, pastels, aquarelle, oil sticks, varnishes, glazes, finishing and surface techniques. This show, titled Heuristic, features Banker's recent oil and acrylic paintings based on metaphors from nature.

Wild Sage | 333 North Street | 413-447-7000


 

10 Artists at Gallery 25

Gallery 25 features 10 well-known Berkshire artists exhibiting one piece each. Exhibiting artists includeLorraine KlagsbrunCarolyn Newberger,Franco PellegrinoGerard Natale, Jackie Kearns, Pat Hogan, Scott Taylor, Joan Ciolfi (at left), Dan Brody and Marguerite Bride.

Gallery 25 | 25 Union Street


 

10 Shaker Faces + Historic Doors of the Berkshires

An opening reception for a collection of photographs by designer Paul H. Hergenrother entitled Historic Doors of the Berkshires displays his interest and expertise in photography since a young age. Also featured is a photo exhibition entitled Ten Shaker Faces featuring ten portraits of Shakers with fun facts offered to bring these faces to life, organized by Hancock Shaker Village.

TREEHOUSE Children's Boutique | 305 North Street | 413-344-4435


 

Art Studios at Shire City Sanctuary

A lively evening of artwork and artmaking at Shire City Sanctuary includes photos, paintings and textile/wearable art by Jesse Tobin; hand screen printed calendars by the Dolphin Studio (see left); wearable art and home furnishings for purchase from used clothing alchemist Crispina ffrench; original sterling silver and gemstone designs by Wendy Darling; and the chance to make an open screened monoprint Valentine for a loved one (or yourself!) with artist Bill Clements.

SHIRE CITY SANCTUARY | 40 Melville Street |323-493-8247


 


 

Live Music + Art at Crawford Square & Pateez

Enioy live music by Nico Wohl and a variety of artists inside the lovely Crawford Square. Featured artists include Michael Dandley, Michael Vincent Bushy (that's his handcrafted journal at left),Richard Wey, and more! Nico Wohl is 12 and has played guitar at the Bitter End in NYC, and the Gypsy Joynt and the Brick House here in the Berkshires, as well as at a Third Thursday and a First Friday!

Pateez Boutique | 137 North Street | 413-499-0008


 

Here, There and (a little bit of) Everywhere with Nicolette Enhorning-Picton

Stop in for the opening reception for Nicolette Enhorning-Picton's photography exhibit, Here, There and (a little bit of) Everywhere on view for the entire month of February. The exhibit features a glimpse of some of Enhorning-Picton's award-winning photography of landscapes from around the beautiful Berkshires as well as parts of Europe.

Unusual Wedding Rings and More | 137 North Street/Crawford Square | 413-236-9300


 

TEN Spot at the Lichtenstein

Stop in and get a sneak preview of the second annualTEN SPOT, an invitational art show featuring 10 of the best artists in the Berkshires, including Tina Sotis (at left), Paul GraubardJoshua Field, Eric Korenman, Jarvis RockwellC. Ryder Cooley, Michael Boroniec, Susan Hartung, Joel Curranand Maggie MailerAnd mark your calendars for the artists reception Friday, February 15th during the10X10 Upstreet Arts Festival!

Lichtenstein Center for the Arts | 28 Renne Avenue | 413-499-9348


 

Mercier's Mandalas & a Native American Drum Meditation

You're invited to the opening reception for the Love and Meditation exhibit by artist and former priest Ron Mercier, showcasing his Mandala/Prayer Wheel paintings at Downtown Pittsfield, Inc.  At 7pm a special prayer and healing meditation for the community and families of Sandy Hook will be held facilitated by Fidel Moreno and the Red Road Drumming Meditation Circle.

Downtown Pittsfield, Inc. | 33 Dunham Mall |413-443-6501


 

Lisa Merullo: I Love Pittsfield

The Marketplace Café hosts an opening reception for a show of work by Pittsfield native and NU Arts Studios & Gallery artist Lisa Merullo. Entitled I Love Pittsfield, it includes photographic portraits  and recent large-scale mixed media paintings.

The Marketplace Café | 53 North Street | 413-358-4777


 

Sister City Jazz Ambassadors, 8 Foot River at Mission

Make an evening of Artswalk with dinner out and live music at Mission Bar + Tapas, where the Sister City Jazz Ambassadors will play from 5:30pm-8pm followed by 8 Foot River from 8:30pm-11pm, with no cover charge. Other upstreet restaurants and hotspots will be hopping too!

Mission Bar + Tapas | 438 North Street


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