August 25, 2014

North Adams news



Peter Dudek is moving from his longtime Pittsfield studio to a cavernous Beaver Mill space in North Adams, where space is cheap. But before he goes, he's having a big open studio on Saturday, August 30, from 12-5pm. Stop by 2 Fenn Street, second floor, Pittsfield, MA, and say hello. Buy something so he doesn't have to move it. Call 917-568-3712 for more info.

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Speaking of North Adams, Mass MOCA just got a $25.4 million grant from the state and plans to double their space. Clearly Massachusetts understands how supporting and investing in the arts generates economic growth. Perhaps artists demoralized by New York real estate woes should consider relocating to North Adams. Read more  here. 

Image above: Installation of Anselm Keifer's paintings in MASS MoCA's new 10,000 square-foot building dedicated to his work.

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