Wake your senses, explore your body, and appreciate the grounds with dancer Katie Workum, whose inventive work has been described as “whimsical” (The New York Times) and “delightful” (The New Yorker).
It’s here to Namaste. Bleat in. Bleat out. We kid you not. You’d better goat used to it.
Bring a mat, towel, and open mind.
Explore (and write in!) five studios that architecturally interpret the Berkshire studios of authors who wrote in Pittsfield and connect with the region’s literary history. Make a week day studio reservation.
Starting with raw lumber, in five days you will cut and raise the frame of a small building using 18th– and 19th-century tools and techniques in an exquisite outdoor setting.
Color, design, and the Shaker tradition of fine craftsmanship are celebrated in this show of 75 historical and modern quilts. Organized by the Quilting Friends of Hancock Shaker Village, the show includes quilting demonstrations, a pop-up quilt consignment shop, and other activities.