SculptureNow 2021 at The Mount, Lenox through October 13.
Self-guided tours on the grounds of The Mount. More info: https://sculpturenow.org/about-us/SculptureNow presents sculpture exhibitions and sculpture educational programs for students and visitors of all ages and abilities. Expand the experience and knowledge of art in general and sculpture in particular in the Berkshires, through exhibitions, presentations, artist-guided tours and sculpture workshop for visitors of all ages and abilities. Provide exhibition opportunities for artists, and support their careers. Participate in the cultural economy of our community.
Images Cinema: FAMILY FLICKS UNDER THE STARS is back at top of Spring St.!!
Free, outdoor films, watched together as a community… bring blanket, chair, show starts at 8:00pm on the green at top of Spring St. (in front of Morgan Hall)
Sunday, August 1: Charade
THANK YOU for Sponsoring: Camp Northwest Hill & the Williamstown Chamber of Commerce.
W’town Cultural District SUMMER SUNDAY is on for September 19, 3-6pm on Spring St.
Come downtown/Spring St. for FREE fun & creative activity in a street fair format. Musicians, Art, Art-making, Dance, vendors in the downtown Williamstown Cultural District. More info below…
All activity will happen against a backdrop of a vibrant local artist show, Coming Into The Light, displayed in shop windows along Spring and Water Streets. Many shops and restaurants will be open, and Spoon (frozen Delicacies, newly opened in 2020) will be offering a special Sunday Sundae for the day.
W’town Town Hall opens 3 days @ week – TUE/WED/THU starting July 20!
Town Hall reopens on Tuesday, July 20 for three days a week: 8:30a.m. – 4:30p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays. williamstownma.gov
W’town Theatre Festival opens July 6 w/ OUTSIDE ON MAIN: CELEBRATING THE BLACK RADICAL IMAGINATION: NINE SOLO PLAYS
Discover the power and intimacy of the solo play with this series of three shows centering and celebrating Black artists and their voices through theatrical storytelling. Each show consists of three, 30-minute world premieres, created by Black writers, written for actors of color, and brought to life by directors Wardell Julius Clark, Candis C. Jones, and Colette Robert on the Front Lawn of the ‘62 Center for Theatre and Dance. Guest curated by Tony Award-nominated director and playwright Robert O’Hara.
Buy tickets to all WTF 2021 Season: