No Boundaries in Art

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Originally a web series featuring artists expressing various points of view and social commentary, the No Boundaries in Art series continues on and off the stage.

Spring Interlude Art Exhibition

April 24-June 19
at The Colonial Theatre

Berkshire artists Scott Taylor and Stephanie Cohen help us transition into spring with their vibrant paintings. Through the myriad of colors in their art they visually lead us into that brief time between Berkshire winter and Berkshire summer, a spring interlude. A portion of all sales will benefit BTG PLAYS! Art may be purchased at the Colonial Box Office throughout the duration of the show.

Opening reception:
Friday, May 10 from 5:30pm-7:30pm

A portion of each sale benefits BTG PLAYS!

BTG PLAYS! Berkshire Theatre Group's Year-Round Education Program

 


Far, Far Away Art Exhibition

July 15–September 9
at The Colonial Theatre

Travel farfar away in your mind with a variety of magical interpretations of what constitutes “far, far away” with art created by selected members of the Guild of Berkshire Artists. This opening reception is part of First Friday’s ArtsWalk, and the exhibition is free and open to the public. Art may be purchased at the Colonial Box Office throughout the duration of the show. A portion of all sales will benefit BTG PLAYS! and Berkshire County Kids Place.

Opening Reception:
August 2 • 5pm–6:30pm

A portion of each sale benefits both BTG PLAYS! and Berkshire County Kids Place

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So This Is My Family: Mr. Green Part 2

by Jeff Baron
directed by Jeff Baron

Friday, July 12 at 2pm
at The Unicorn Theatre
The Larry Vaber Stage


Evidence of Things Unseen

by Katie Forgette
directed by Kale Browne

Friday, July 26 at 2pm
at The Unicorn Theatre
The Larry Vaber Stage


Gwenn Evitts: Spoken Word Curator • Stephanie Cohen: Visual Art Curator

No Boundaries in Art is sponsored by WealthE from Berkshire Money Management.

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