KEARNEY — Design, apparel, audio, dance — all of these elements of social existence tie the 1930s and 1940s jointly.
Berkshires Notebook: Dance At Jacob’s Pillow, Artwork At Mass MoCA And The Clark, Stay Audio At The Foundry
This summertime, the Berkshires arts period functions out of doors theater, dance and imagined-provoking exhibitions at area museums. Relishing the probability to get away from the city, arts and lifestyle writers Ed Siegel and Jacquinn Sinclair invested some time in the mountains to experience the rebirth of the local arts scene. In this article they discuss about the audio, visible artwork and dance performances they encountered. Study the very first installment of their Berkshires Notebook here.
Jacquinn Sinclair: Jacob’s Pillow was a person of the highlights of my 7 days in the Berkshires. However, the rain forced the initial