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Pillows worthy of a frame

This spring, The Annie Selke Companies launched The Cynthia Wick Collection, which includes 10 pillows featuring Wick’s paintings and a collection of eight fine art prints. The pillows, priced at $70 and up, come in a variety of sizes and materials —

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Will festivals, audiences return this summer?

Amy Brady expects to have a busy summer and fall at Kampfires Campground, Inn and Entertainment.

But what summer and fall will look like, when it comes to hosting events, depends on what COVID-19 safety precautions/restrictions are still in place, how many people

A cultural arts center pivots in order to survive

Saint James Place opens doors for socially distanced meetings, events By Jennifer HuberdeauGREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. In a normal year, the Sanctuary of Saint James Place is filled with sounds of jazz, chamber music and opera; of dancers on the stage, of actors

Cold filtered: Photographers train their lenses on ice shanties

Brattleboro Museum & Art Center exhibits offer a unique focus on winter By Kevin O’Connor BRATTLEBORO, Vt. Emmy Award-winning lensman Federico Pardo has circled the globe for such clients as National Geographic and Univision. But, in his recent downtime, he has focused

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11 festive events to celebrate the season

NightWood The MountLenox, Mass.Nov. 19 – Jan. 3 NightWood is a sound and light experience that will transform the property into a fantastical winter landscape for the holidays. Inspired by the natural beauty and architecture of The Mount, NightWood will immerse visitors

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20-20 Hindsight

Change does not come easy in New England. We, as a people, take pride in our traditions, our celebrations and our festivals. Our weather might change at the drop of a hat, but a true New Englander knows what season is upon

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At the corner of Main and art

Why would an artist, settled comfortably on a still life of a dirt road, want to invest all of one’s savings and sweat into creating an urbane downtown gallery?

Vermonter Petria Mitchell had a reason.

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