The Mortimer Lloyd Artist House

New Beginnings for the Mortimer Lloyd Artist House

The Mortimer Lloyd Artist House, previously known as The Thaddeus Clapp House was built in 1871, is an iconic Pittsfield home. Located on Wendell Avenue, this gilded-age home represents an important chapter in Pittsfield’s history. Berkshire Theatre Group is proud to maintain and preserve this historic home. In 2019, the $1 million restoration of The Mortimer Lloyd Artist House was completed thanks to the generous support of dozens of individual donors as well as the City of Pittsfield’s Community Preservation Act Program and the Massachusetts Cultural Facilities Fund, a program of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, administered through a collaborative arrangement between Mass Development and the Massachusetts Cultural Council. To learn more about the history of The Mortimer Lloyd Artist House and what it has to offer today, please click the links below!

Click here for more information about the history of The Mortimer Lloyd Artist House

Click here to learn about our naming opportunities for The Mortimer Lloyd Artist House

Click here to learn more information about renting The Mortimer Lloyd Artist House

For more information, please contact:

Kim Krautter
Director of Patron Services & Hospitality
(413) 448-8084 x44
kimkrautter@berkshiretheatre.org

The newly renovated Newly renovated artist housing. Naming to be announced soon.

The newly renovated Newly renovated artist housing. Naming to be announced soon.

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