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WINTER STORY TIME WITH GRACE LINLenox, 2 p.m.
|SATURDAY - NOVEMBER 30, 2019|
Winter Storytime with Grace Lin Saturday November 30, 2:00 p.m. Join award-winning and bestselling children’s book author and illustrator Grace Lin for an afternoon of storytelling at The Mount. Featuring A Big Mooncake for Little Star (Caldecott Honor book) and her new book A Big Bed for Little Snow. Included with admission. Reserve online at EdithWharton.org.
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DECEMBER 6TH FIRST FRIDAYS ARTSWALK!Pittsfield, 5 - 8 p.m.
|FRIDAY - DECEMBER 06, 2019|
December First Fridays Artswalk! Friday, December 6, 5 to 8 pm Enjoy sixteen different art shows featuring work by over two dozen accomplished regional and student artists in Pittsfield’s bustling Upstreet Cultural District during the First Fridays Artswalk and all month long! In most venues, artists will be present from 5 to 8 pm on Friday, December 6! Join us for a free guided tour beginning at 5 pm on December 6 at the Intermodal Center @ BRTA, 1 Columbus Ave.
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ART AND POLITICS FILM SERIESWilliamstown, 6 p.m.
|WEDNESDAY - DECEMBER 11, 2019|
The Clark Art Institute’s Art and Politics Film Series begins this fall with free screenings of two documentaries in the Clark’s auditorium, located in the Manton Research Center. The Art and Politics Film Series is organized by Robert Wiesenberger, the Clark’s associate curator of contemporary projects, and Horace Ballard, curator of American art at the Williams College Museum of Art. Each film begins with a brief introduction and is followed by light refreshments and conversation in the Manton Reading Room. On Dec. 11, view "Nightcleaners" (United Kingdom, 1975), directed by the Berwick Street Collective. Intending to make a straightforward documentary about the campaign to unionize the women who cleaned office buildings in central London at night, the filmmakers felt the need to turn—halfway through making the documentary—to experimental forms like confessionals and poetry to represent the tripartite relationship between the unions, the women, and established social orders. Run time is 90 minutes.
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