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Friday, October 8, 2010
OUT in the Berkshires
OUT in the Berkshires Gallery Exhibit
October 8 - November 6
Lichtenstein Center for the Arts
28 Renne Avenue
An exhibit featuring artists from the LGBT community, this exhibit kicks off a weekend full of LGBT-friendly events.
Artists featured in the Out in the Berkshires art show include abstract painter & printmaker Joe Goodwin, trans artists Autumn Doyle and justin adkins, mixed media artists Timothy Kushi and Donald Clark, photographers Susan Mikula, Bella Vendetta, the late Vaal London-Kane and Kit Restivo, sculptor Joseph Wheaton, painter Jaysin Eli, fiber artist Nathan Hanford, cartoonist Howard Cruse & more.
Pittsfield, Massachusetts is ripe with culture, from live music and theatrical performances at some of the region's most prestigious stages to enthralling art exhibits at one of its many galleries and museums. What are you waiting for? Discover Pittsfield!
Here to promote, support and initiate arts and cultural activities in the city of Pittsfield, the hub of Berkshire County in western Massachusetts. Pittsfield is home to the Tony Award-winning Barrington Stage Company; the impeccably restored gilded age Colonial Theatre, considered one of the ten best sound houses in the world; the groundbreaking Storefront Artist Project; Arrowhead, Herman Melville's historic home where he wrote the great American novel Moby Dick; Hancock Shaker Village, known as the city of peace and a living history museum that is home to the largest collection of Shaker artefacts in the world, and much more!