The Northampton Arts Council is an organization whose goal is to support and promote the arts in Northampton. Originally created as a Local Arts Lottery Council, it began its work by administering a grants program in which proceeds from a state lottery are distributed to local artists, arts groups, and public schools.

Thursday, July 26, 2018

A Gathering for Gordy


WHAT: A GATHERING FOR GORDY
WHEN: August 12th, 2018, 5 pm
WHERE:  Bramble Hill Farm 593 S. Pleasant St. Amherst MA 01002
http://www.bramblehillfarm.com/contact--directions.html

Please allow plenty of time for the walk up the hill to the Gathering site. 4:30 is ideal!
Limited handicap parking available. Please arrive early if you need it.

RAIN OR SHINE
Please bring blankets and umbrellas.

Sandwiches served in the Blue Barn after the Gathering on the Hill.

For more information: 413.586.5553 or visit http://www.apearts.org/

Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Northampton Neighbors Summer Mix'n'Mingle



WHAT: 
Northampton Neighbors Summer Mix'n'Mingle
WHEN: Tuesday, July 31st from 5-7 PM 
WHERE: Hugo's, 315 Pleasant Street, Northampton 

Please join your Northampton Neighbors at Hugo’s
Pool tables & darts will be free & there’s a juke box, too. 
Hugo's has a full bar, but no food. If you like, bring a nibble in a bowl, to share.

We welcome our Northampton Neighbors, and your neighbors, too. 
Please bring a friend--we'll have membership and volunteer info on hand.                  

If you know a member who has trouble getting out of the house, 
please consider offering an invitation and a lift. 

Let's meet at Hugo's

Northampton Neighbors:  Empowering seniors to live independent, engaged lives at home.
Save the Date August 15, 2018 Northampton Neighbors Picnic at Look Park
413 341 0160

Tuesday, July 24, 2018

The Cardboard Sea Theatre Company - The Amendments By Jeff Donnelly


The Cardboard Sea Theatre Company
The Amendments
By Jeff Donnelly
Directed by Todd Weakley
Performed by Charles Holt, Lauren Williams, and Kirstin Leigh Daniel

Thursday, August 2 - Saturday, August 4, 2018, 8:00 PM
Anchor House of Artists
518 Pleasant Street
Northampton, MA. 01060-3997
(413) 588-4337
www.anchorhouseartists.org
Reserve tickets:  https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3527269

Northampton Jazz Workshop features guitarist and composer Freddie Bryant


WHAT: Northampton Jazz Workshop features NYC based guitarist and composer Freddie Bryant WHEN: Tuesday, July 31st, 7:30 to 8:30PM followed by an open jazz jam session until 10:30 PM
WHERE: The City Sports Grille at Spare Time Northampton, 525 Pleasant St., Northampton.

Back after a long hiatus from being a guest soloist at the Workshop, the fabulous guitarist, composer and educator Freddie Bryant is back. You should check out his website to listen and to read about all the fabulous musicians he has worked with. Straight ahead jazz, Brazilian, Afro/Cuban, classical guitar; an amazing player and great person. Hope you can join us for a very special night. http://www.freddiebryant.com

Upcoming Guest Artists:
7/31 - Freddie Bryant - guitar

8/7 - Cindy Scott and Brian Seeger on vocals and guitar
8/14 - Mark Lewis on alto
8/21 - Josh Bruneau on trumpet
8/28 - Giacomo Smith on clarinet

The concert set starts at 7:30, followed immediately by the jam session until 10:30. $5 per person room charge for the concert set. City Sports Grille at Spare Time Northampton, 525 Pleasant St., Northampton, MA. 413-584-4830

For photos and videos of past NJW shows and related news, events and buzz, please see (and Like us) on FB at: www.facebook.com/Northampt onJazzWorkshop

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Stash brings retail to Race Street


What: Stash, a pop-up retail store
When: July 5-31 (Th/Fri 10a-4p & Sat/Sun 12p-6p)
Where: 80 Race Street in Holyoke

The Holyoke Creative Arts Center (HCAC) is hosting a limited retail engagement in the Race Street Galley at 80 Race Street in downtown Holyoke. Stash is a collection of original, found and remade pieces for sale to benefit the HCAC. Just two week left, please spread the word.

www.holyokestash.org

Community Sing & Vocal Workshop with Elise Witt


WHEN: Friday, July 20 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
WHAT: Community Sing & Vocal Workshop with Elise Witt
WHERE: Florence Civic Center 90 Park St, Florence, MA.
(Corner of N Main St & Park St, next to Lilly Library)

Mary Witt (of The O-Tones)'s sister Elise travels all over the world leading community sings. Join us for fun! Songs from around the globe with harmonies and parts for all! No experience necessary!

"Impromptu Glorious Chorus"

Vocal Workshop Cost: $25 – 85 sliding scale, please be affordable and generous!

Low pressure, High pleasure!

Singers of all abilities, styles, and experience welcome, No music reading required

To register: email elisemwitt@gmail.com and bring cash or check to SING!

You don’t know how much I need exactly what you gathered and offered – musically and spiritually. ~ Lynn, Decatur GA

Elise is a master at guiding voices and opening hearts. ~ WomanSong, Asheville NC

Fun, creative and masterful teaching style. ~ Sue Robbins, Libana, Boston MA




















Monday, July 16, 2018

Water Color Adventure with visiting Mexican artist Veronica Rangel


WHAT: Water Color Adventure with visiting Mexican artist Veronica Rangel
WHERE: Wednesday July 1​8​ at ​2:00 pm​
WHEN: Fort River School Art room - 70 S East street, Amherst, MA.

Join our visiting Mexican artist Veronica Rangel in a water color adventure.

​This workshop is for adults but as we say it in Multi-Arts Every child is an artist and we know that that artist is still in you. Come and become again a creative artist.

​Veronica will lead you​ into a fun, creative and refreshing adventure of watercolor artwork.

This is a free workshop but donations are appreciated.

Space is limited, please, let us know you are coming - Catalina Arrubla, carrubla@gmail.com

Northampton Community Group Sing


WHAT: Northampton Community Group Sing
WHEN: SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23rd, 2018, sunset
WHERE: Forbes Library Lawn, 40 West Street Northampton, MA

Our Community Sing, September 23, 2018, on the Forbes Library lawn beneath the Harvest Moon.

Come to the Group Sings in Northampton this summer and learn the songs that we’ll sing this fall:

Group Sing, July 27 at 6:30pm, at the gazebo/bandstand in the back yard of Historic Northampton, 46 Bridge Street (another full-moon night), led by Jim Armenti.

Group Sing, Wed, August 1, 7:00-9:00pm at the Northampton Senior Center, led by Joe Blumenthal and the A-E-I-O-Ukes.

Group Sing, September 14 at 5:00pm at Memorial Hall, 240 Main Street (Arts Night Out Friday), let by Mary Witt and Tom Mahnken.

Always free and open to the entire community.

Community Sing in September

Forbes Library is beginning plans to commemorate its 125th anniversary. It is also the 100th anniversary of the end of “the war to end all wars,” so we invite the community to gather on the library lawn to raise spirits, support peaceful resolutions of conflicts, and confirm our sense of community by singing together.

The large group sing will combine voices of individual members of the public and local choral groups, choirs, and informal singing groups. Everyone will learn the same 3 songs and come together to sing in unison on the lawn, much in the way Forbes Library selects a book each year for the entire community to read and then to gather and discuss. This will not be a performance, but a participatory, community event.

Northampton partners who have already joined in support of the project include Historic Northampton, Northampton Senior Services, Northampton Community Arts Trust, A.P.E. Ltd., Northampton Community Music Center, and Smith College.
1918

During the summer of 1918 the trustees of Forbes Library granted use of the library grounds for several large gatherings of Northampton citizens for “Community Sings,” primarily of patriotic songs. The Daily Hampshire Gazette reported that the community sing of June 24, 1918, attracted a crowd of five to six thousand people! Spirits were high, automobiles were parked along West Street, and the view from the embankment on Smith College grounds was a maze of white blouses and long skirts, straw boaters and 3-piece suits, along with high school cadets and two drum corps.
1894 and now

In the fall of 1894 Forbes Library opened its doors for the first time. Its 125th anniversary in 2019 will be the occasion of multiple events and celebrations. It will all begin next fall with this joint celebration to both commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I in 1918 and to sing together with your friends and the entire community. We hope you will join us!

This year’s sing is set for September 23, around sunset and moonrise. It is still in the planning stages. Please send suggestions and comments to Faith Kaufmann, Forbes Library Arts & Music Librarian, 413-587-1013 or arts@forbeslibrary.org. This page will be updated with more information about Our Community Sing as it develops.

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Northampton Arts Council,
a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.


August Arts Night Out: Marilyn Cavallari at CLICK


WHAT: CLICK features the work of Marilyn Cavallari this August
WHERE: CLICK Workspace 9 1/2 Market Street Northampton, MA.
WHEN: Opening reception Friday August 10th, 6-8pm

Cavallari received her BA in Fine Arts from the State University College at Buffalo. She studied art at Penn State University and finished her degree at SUNYCAB with a concentration in Art History and Oil Painting. Her paintings grace private homes and collections in Vermont, Massachusetts, New York, Texas, Florida, California, New Mexico and the Bahamas.

ARTISTS STATEMENT:
"Simplistic is the word I would use to describe my style of art. My simplicity is extreme. In a brief moment you can see the entire image without any distractions. It is direct and profound while being very minimal. I use true colors that are bright and happy, yet when everyone views my paintings their comments are often that my work is very calming. In my landscapes the grass, the trees and the light source are the perfection of a Spring Day.

My life holds nothing extraordinary; I did not paint for most of it. I chose the life of a ballerina and ballet instructor. Finding painting has given me a new ability to translate what I see visually so that all are able to understand and enjoy. What I do see is happiness in the deepest sense. Now I can share it with all who have an interest."


Preview her work here: www.marilyncavallari.com

Opening reception will begin at 6pm, light refreshments and drinks will be served.

Sunday, July 15, 2018

Downtown Northampton Summer Concert Series: King Radio, Chandler Travis Three-O

WHAT: Summer Concert Series Featuring: King Radio, Chandler Travis Three-O
WHEN: Friday, July 27th, 5:30pm-7:30pm
WHERE: Pulaski Park, 240 Main St. Northampton, MA
How Much? FREE

About King Radio:
King Radio is a 7 piece band featuring Frank Padellaro, Brandi Ediss, Ken Maiuri, David Trenholm, Paul Pelis, Greg Saulmon and Patrick Timmons.  Spinning off in stylistic directions from orchestral pop to bossa nova, country to power pop and folk to garage punk, the songs all have one thing in common: delivering catchy hooks with erudite lyrics, usually in about 3 and a half minutes or less.  King Radio has been impressing critics and music fans in the Valley and around the world for over two decades.  "Looking at the heyday of Valley music, this is a primary source band...everything good about Valley music.” - Nicole LaChapelle (Mayor of Easthampton, MA)


About Chandler Travis Three-O:
The Chandler Travis Three-O started as a result of getting various offers from venues that weren't large enough to accommodate the 9 piece Philharmonic, that coincided more or less with the arrivals in the band of string bassist John Clark and saxophonist, keyboardist, and clarinetist Berke McKelvey. With these two, Chandler suddenly had two extremely talented and enthusiastic players who shared his passion for detailing, arranging, and rehearsing, and with the addition of vocalist and longtime supporter Fred Boak, aka The Valet (for what good is a Three-O with only three people?), the Three-O was born. At least two unexpected surprises followed: it gradually became evident that the Three-O could play just about anything the CTP could, plus a few things it couldn't; and it immediately became evident that audiences responded to the mellower approach and tighter focus quite well indeed. Accordingly, the Three-O's well received debut album was released in 2013, followed up recently with their latest, “Backward Crooked From the Sunset.” Life changed, slightly; almost in-perceptively.





Friday, July 13, 2018

Northampton Jazz Workshop features Boston based tenor saxophonist Benny Sharoni

WHAT: Northampton Jazz Workshop featuring saxophonist Benny Sharoni
WHEN: Tuesday, July 24th, 7:30 to 8:30PM followed by an open jazz jam session until 10:30 PM
WHERE: The City Sports Grille at Spare Time Northampton, 525 Pleasant St., Northampton.

Storming in from Boston next week will be the relentless swinger Benny Sharoni. His powerful and aggressive sound on the tenor saxophone is something to behold and is also a blast to play with. Guaranteed high energy with a thoughtful ballad or Bossa thrown in to give some relief. No joke, he'll smoke. http://bennysharoni.com

Upcoming Guest Artists:
7/24 - Benny Sharoni- tenor
7/31 - Freddie Bryant - guitar
8/7 -   Cindy Scott and Brian Seeger on vocals and guitar
8/14 - Mark Lewis on alto
8/21 - Josh Bruneau on trumpet with Benny Woodard on drums
8/28 - Giacomo Smith on clarinet

The concert set starts at 7:30, followed immediately by the jam session until 10:30. $5 per person room charge for the concert set. City Sports Grille at Spare Time Northampton, 525 Pleasant St., Northampton, MA. 413-584-4830
For photos and videos of past NJW shows and related news, events and buzz, please see (and Like us) on Facebook.

Cancer Connection Campout returns to downtown Northampton July 18-19


WHAT: Cancer Connection Campout: Summer Camp.
WHEN: July 18th at 6am to mid day July19th
WHERE: Hampshire County Old Courthouse Lawn at Main & Pleasant Street Northampton, MA.

93.9 The River and Cancer Connection are gearing up for Monte's 2018 Cancer Connection Campout: Summer Camp. The Campout raises funds for the Cancer Connection’s free non-medical services for people facing cancer and their families and caregivers.

“Monte's theme this year is Summer Camp. Think s'mores, singalongs, and activities. We’ll have live music from local performers like Rock Voices and national acts like Cracker and Haitian dance band Lakou Mizik,” says Cynthia Tarail of Cancer Connection. “We’ll dance into the night with a funky soul dance party with DJ Snack Attack. All this fun and games is in service of a serious message: helping people facing cancer.”

The Campout begins at 6am on July 18 and ends around mid day on July 19. All are welcome to stop by the Campout any time to enjoy the music, hear the speakers, make a donation and meet staff from Cancer Connection. The full event schedule is available at wrsi.com.

At least 7 tents set up by peer fundraisers will pepper the Old Courthouse lawn at the corner of Main and Pleasant streets.

Cancer Connection “create(s) a safe haven to talk about your cancer journey, if you choose, and their bodywork offerings are invaluable, especially when dealing with current and ongoing side effects of treatment,” says Aleeta Sasarak, participant and volunteer. “While no one ever wants to hear the words "you have cancer", it gives me comfort knowing the Cancer Connection will be here to support anyone should that fateful day come and they find themselves in need of their services.”

For more information about Cancer Connection, contact: Cynthia Tarail, communityrelations@cancer-connection.org, 413-586-1642. For more information about the Camp Out or WRSI, contact Mark Lattanzi, mark@wrsi.com, 413-586-7400.

To learn more about the event, visit wrsi.com.

Thursday, July 12, 2018

The Wilbraham Friends of the Library Annual Art Exhibit Call to Artists

WHAT: Wilbraham Friends of the Library Annual Art Exhibit
WHERE: Wilbraham Public Library 25 Crane Park Drive, Wilbraham, MA
WHEN:  Entry deadline: August 24
Show Runs: September 2 to September 28th
Opening Reception: Saturday, September 15th from 11:00 – 1:00

The Wilbraham Friends of the Library (WFL) will present their Annual Art Exhibit, taking place at the Brooks Room of the Wilbraham Public Library from September 2 to September 28 with a reception for artists and Friends Saturday, September 15 from 11:00 – 1:00. Artists will be able to sell additional unframed pieces at the reception. The library is located at 25 Crane Park Drive, Wilbraham.

The show is open for various art media, and Chairman Mary Bandouveres is now welcoming artist's applications. Respond early atwplartshow@gmail.com to insure your spot. Entry deadline is August 24.

The event is free and open to the public. This show is always popular and many of the artists will have pieces for sale.

The show is sponsored by the Wilbraham Friends of the Library which was established in 1973. The Friends of the Library fund programs for children, teens, and adults, as well as the library's popular Museum Pass program, furnishings, and other library equipment.

Wilbraham Friends of the Library, Inc.
Wilbraham Public Library
25 Crane Park Drive, Wilbraham, MA 01095
413-596-6141
www.wilbrahamlibrary.org

Established in 1973, the Friends of the Library fund programs for children, teens, and adults, as well as the library's popular Museum Pass program, furnishings, and other library equipment.

Shared Visions: Paintings by Karen Evans, Leni Gaudet and Jenny Tibbetts


WHAT: Shared Visions Exhibit: Paintings by Karen Evans, Leni Gaudet and Jenny Tibbetts
WHEN: August 2th-30th, public reception Wednesday August 8, from 5:30 - 7:30 pm
WHERE: Hosmer Gallery at Forbes Library, 20 West St. Northampton, MA

Shared Visions is an exhibit showcasing the work of three local women artists whose paintings explore the world around them. Karen Evans finds inspiration in the landscape, from farmland to the townships of Western Massachusetts. Leni Gaudet captures the reflections and light in still life and nature. Jenny Tibbetts explores light and color in urban and rural themes.


Gallery Hours: Monday 9-9 ; Tuesday 1-5 ; Wednesday 9-9 ; Thursday 1-5 ; Friday & Saturday 9-5 ; closed Sundays and holidays.

Iconica Social Club Presents: Parklet Music Series


WHAT: Iconica Social Club presents: the Parklet Music Series
WHEN: Friday July 13, 7:00-9:30pm
WHERE: Amber Lane Parklet, near 1 Amber Lane, downtown Northampton

How Much? FREE and open to the public

This Friday Featuring:
Doug Pi & Co
50's R-n-B


Like a Mother Bear: An Environmental Call to Action, Opens at the Ko Festival this Weekend


WHAT: "Like a Mother Bear," written and performed by Helen Stoltzfus
WHEN: Friday and Saturday, July 27th and 28th at 8:00 PM and Sunday, July 29th at 4:00 PM
WHERE: Holden Theater, Amherst College, 200 S Pleasant St. Amherst, MA

AMHERST, MASSACHUSETTS–What happens when the last grizzly bear dies? What happens to a sleep that is no longer slept by a bear? The Ko Festival of Performance continues a season of “Radical Acts” with one woman’s extraordinary journey to healing in which she encounters the Great Bear Mother of the imagination and the very real endangered bear of the wilderness. LIKE A MOTHER BEAR will be performed July 27-29 in the Holden Theater at Amherst College.

Based on the playwright’s personal story, this life-changing experience propels her on an odyssey that moves from the bear den of dreams to the office of an Elvis-impersonating acupuncturist to the Alaska wilderness. She relives her past illness and infertility, grappling with the “womb-knowledge” that insists that life continue even in the face of environmental devastation. In the wilds she comes to understand the connection between her own endangered health and that of the threatened grizzly bear – as well as the painful and exhilarating secret of what it means to become like a mother bear. In this groundbreaking call to action, personal healing and the welfare of future generations are inextricably entwined with the survival of the natural world.

Open Mic in Pulaski Park hosted by Pioneer Valley Workers Center


WHAT: Open Mic In Pulaski Park hosted by Pioneer Valley Workers Center
WHERE: Pulaski Park Main St. Northampton, MA.
WHEN: Thursday August 16th 5:30-7:30pm

Do you ever have the urge to vent or rant about your most ridiculous, frustrating, or outright hilarious boss stories? Well, now’s your chance! The Pioneer Valley Workers’ Center invites you to an Open Mic in Pulaski Park. Workers can share their art, music, and stories.

Come enjoy some icy beverages and delicious homemade pierogies, made by Irida Kakhtiranova. Support her family by donating or signing up to bring some pierogies home. We will also be holding a raffle with great prizes. All performers will be given a free raffle ticket to put towards an item of their choice.

We’ve got 15-20 spots open for people to share short stories. (3-6 minutes each.) If you are interested in signing up, please fill out this Google form:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdiSOoo9YJjL1cWtn2EbkY4gZ0qRxdVzhOTIYJi6eRy2jD4Pg/viewform?usp=pp_url

RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/886176164902198/

Sliding scale donations are appreciated ( $0-10.) All are welcome, and no one will be turned away for a lack of funds.

Un Micró Abierto en el Parque Pulaski

¿Alguna vez ha tenido la necesidad de desahogarse o despotricar de sus experiencias más frustrantes, graciosos, o francamente ridículas en el trabajo y sus interacciones con su jefe? Pues, ha llegado el momento! El Pioneer Valley Workers Center le invita a un Micró Abierto en el parque Pulaski. Los trabajadores están invitados a compartir su arte, música e vivencias.

Ofrecemos refrescos y pierogies caseros, hechos por Irida Kakhtiranova. Apoye a su familia registrándose para llevar algunos pierogies a casa y/o con una donación. También celebraremos con un sorteo con una variedad de premios. Todos los artistas recibirán un boleto gratis para el sorteo que se puede utilizar para el premio que quiera.

Tenemos 15-20 plazas abiertas para que los participantes puedan compartir sus historias cortas. (Cada historia durará 3-6 minutos.) Si quiere registrarse, rellene este formulario:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdiSOoo9YJjL1cWtn2EbkY4gZ0qRxdVzhOTIYJi6eRy2jD4Pg/viewform?usp=pp_url

Se agradece las donaciones de escala móvil ($ 0-10). Todas son bienvenidas y no importa si no tiene fondos para contribuir.

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

"RADICAL ACTS" in Five Minutes: Ko Festival Story Slam


WHAT: "RADICAL ACTS" Ko Festival Story Slam
WHEN: Saturday, July 21, 8:00pm
WHERE: Holden Theater at Amherst College, 200 S Pleasant St, Amherst MA

AMHERST, MASSACHUSETTS– Since 2011, Ko Festival of Performance has hosted story slams: a fast-paced evening of true stories. This year’s “Radical Acts” themed story slam can be seen for one night only on July 21 in the Holden Theater at Amherst College. For reservations please go to kofest.com, call (413) 542-3750, or email info@kofest.com.

Ko Festival Artistic Director, Sabrina Hamilton says, "each summer the Ko Festival is curated on a theme that we think is timely and of compelling interest to people in the Pioneer Valley. The festival becomes a kind of five-week think tank, each week we present a different show that offers a different and entertaining lens on the theme.  Most of the Ko Festival artists come from across the country - this year, Detroit, Pennsylvania, San Francisco - and yes, Amherst. But we like to get more local participation into the mix and thus, most of the Story Slam storytellers are local. The Slam is a chance to hear stories from our neighbors about their own experiences as they relate to the theme." Previous summer story slam themes have included: “Secrets,” "Age & Aging,” Courage,” “Work | Job | Career | Calling,” “Fish Out of Water,” and last summer’s “Tactics for Trying Times.”

This summer KoFest is focusing on “Radical Acts.” Stories must be true, first person (though they need not be about the storyteller, there does need to be some first-hand involvement or witnessing). Stories are told live and without notes and must be 5 minutes or under. A gentle warning tone is sounded at four minutes and a far louder chime at the cut-off point. Hamilton says laughingly, "storytellers are allowed to finish the sentence they’re in the middle of — but no run-on sentences!”  There are 3 sets of 5 storytellers. 

Many of the performers will be telling stories that they have worked on in the 6-day FIRST PERSON: Crafting Your Story for Performance” workshop that Ko offers each summer. The sold out class is taught by Jerry Stropnicky, a multi-faceted theatre artist (director, writer and actor) who has traveled widely, creating original large-scale, site-specific performances in communities facing trauma, crisis, transition, or change. For this work, as well as for his role in co-founding the national Network of Ensemble Theaters, Jerry was honored as a United States Artists Fellow in 2010. More information about Stropnicky available at kofest.com

Monday, July 9, 2018

A.P.E. presents THE SPACE BETWEEN: WEAVING AND FIBROUS CONNECTION


WHAT: “THE SPACE BETWEEN: WEAVING AND FIBROUS CONNECTION”
WHEN: August 3 – 17, 2018
Artist Reception: Friday, August 10: 5-8 pm, Northampton Arts Night Out
WHERE: A.P.E. Gallery 126 Main Street. Northampton, MA

A.P.E. presents its summer series: ARC.18 (Activate, Research, Create)

A.P.E.‘s third season of summer projects continues to expand the understanding of a contemporary art gallery as an active space within the community. A.P.E.’s current location in the center of Northampton, easily accessible to artists and audience alike, provides opportunities for innovative programming and increases the presence of contemporary arts within a community. ARC.18 consists of four distinct projects that run from June through August, 2018.

Project 3: “THE SPACE BETWEEN: WEAVING AND FIBROUS CONNECTION”

The A.P.E. Ltd Gallery is very pleased to present an exhibition of new and varied works featuring local artists Sarah Rose Lejeune, Anastatia Spicer, and Claire Hawley Crews.

Three hand-weavers whose work treads a line between craft and conceptual art will create an exhibition at A.P.E. that includes site-specific handwoven sculptures, fibrous drawings, and reflections on cloth-making today. These tactile manifestations create new ways of building kinship and connection, cultivating curiosity around how the process of hand-weaving serves as a metaphor for alternative ways of being in relation to one another. Patrons will be invited to weave with the artists on a loom in the gallery as well as interact with the work through sound installations.

About the Artists:

Sarah Rose Lejeune is a papermaker, weaver, sculptor, printmaker from Massachusetts. She graduated with High Honors in Studio Art from Oberlin College in May of 2015. She has been fairly itinerant since then, following various opportunities at The Morgan Conservatory in Cleveland, OH, The Women’s Studio Workshop in Rosendale, NY, The Dirt Palace in Providence, RI, Dieu Donné in Brooklyn, NY, and more.... She is currently a Core Fellow at the Penland School of Crafts in Western North Carolina.

Anastatia Spicer is a conceptual hand-weaver, seamstress and critical theorist with a BA from Hampshire College. She believes that we are in desperate need to imagine creative new ways of being in relation to one another, our environment and objects in our lives. Her way of going about this is through her artistic as well as teaching practice of handwork which grows alongside, through and within her academic and philosophical research on fibers role in our lives. Her current body of academic and artistic work is concerned with the fibrous knowledge cloth carries as a record of the ways fibers touch and are touched by the world.

Claire Hawley Crews is a weaver and printmaker. Crews has completed internships at Zea Mays Printmaking Studio, Big Wheel Press, Highpoint Center for Printmaking and the Minnesota Center for Book Arts. She received her BA from Hampshire College in 2015. Claire’s work interrogates digital technologies, memory and documentation, intimacy and ambiguity, from a growing technical knowledge of textile craft and intaglio printmaking.

Work by Jane Timken and Joan Dix Blair at Oxbow Gallery


WHAT: July Exhibitions at Oxbow Gallery: Jane Timken, Joan Dix Blair
WHERE: 273 Pleasant Street, Northampton MA 01060
WHEN: Artists' Reception: Friday July 13th 5-8 pm
              Gallery Hours: Thursday - Sunday Noon - 5 pm

Front Gallery:
Jane Timken

Back Gallery:
Joan Dix Blair

featured image:
Joan Dix Blair
“Blue Garden,” cyanotypes

413 - 586 - 6300
www.oxbowgallery.org
273 Pleasant Street, Northampton MA 01060


Pauline Productions presents THE ROOMMATE by Jen Silverman

WHAT: THE ROOMMATE by Jen Silverman
WHEN: Thursday, July 26 through Sunday, July 29 and Wednesday, August 1 through Saturday, August 4. Wednesday and Thursday performances are at 7:30 PM, and Friday and Saturday performances are at 8:00 PM. The Sunday matinee on July 29 is at 4:00 PM.
WHERE: First Congregational Church of Ashfield, Main St., Ashfield, MA 01330

Ashfield, MA–Pauline Productions continues their 11th season with Jen Silverman’s nuanced comedy THE ROOMMATE, starring Jeannine Haas and Lisa Abend. Performances will be July 26 through August 4 at the First Congregational Church of Ashfield.

Sharon, in her mid-fifties, is recently divorced and needs a roommate to share her Iowa home. Robyn, also in her mid-fifties, needs a place to hide and a chance to start over. But as Sharon begins to uncover Robyn’s secrets, they encourage her own deep-seated desire to transform her life completely. A dark comedy about what it takes to re-route your life – and what happens when the wheels come off.

"A refreshingly unique dramatization of an older female friendship that I don't think I've seen before.....Pleasantly quirky and surprisingly unexpected... Silverman has successfully penned a very natural yet still outrageous play that gets more and more compelling as it progresses." -Michael Quintos, Onstage LA

CALL FOR ARTISTS – pop-up art exhibition hosted by the Academy of Music

CALL FOR ARTISTS!
For a pop-up art exhibition hosted by the Academy of Music

(Un)Seen: Gender, beauty, and consent

We are seeking submissions for a Pop-Up Exhibition to be held in conjunction with Asking For It by Adrienne Truscott at the Academy of Music on October 27th. Truscott’s show uses comedy to explore the pain of sexual assault and challenge our fears of talking directly about the impact it has on our culture. Our intention with this exhibition is to invite our community to deepen the conversation and explore issues raised in Truscott’s performance.

How do we challenge or disrupt the persuasive narrative of female beauty, expectations of gender, form, and outright objectification?

How has female sexual availability been represented, misrepresented or misinterpreted through art history? How can contemporary artists intervene and provide an alternative vision? What exists in the space between the public/perceived self and one’s private identity? What stories about womanhood have not been told?

Saturday, July 7, 2018

Northampton Jazz Workshop features NYC guitarist Sheryl Bailey


WHAT: Northampton Jazz Workshop features NYC guitarist Sheryl Bailey
WHEN: Tuesday, July 10th, 7:30 to 8:30PM followed by an open jazz jam session until 10:30 PM WHERE: The City Sports Grille at Spare Time Northampton, 525 Pleasant St., Northampton.

One of our favorite guitarists and greatest person ever, Sheryl Bailey will be fronting the trio on the 10th. She brings joy and humor to the bandstand and flawlessly swings her way through beautiful melodies and swinging hard all the way, Here are a few quotes from her bio:
Sheryl's playing is unquestionably "sizzling". She has groomed incredible chops and impeccable taste with which she applies them. It's said (by Lee Metcalf, The Villager) that she can "go from zero to blazing in two beats", but she is continually praised for never sacrificing melody and lyricism for technique. "She balances superior technical skills with a strong lyrical sense and swinging touch..." continues Metcalf, and Joe Taylor of Soundstage says "Bailey combines an astonishing command of the fingerboard with a seemingly endless flow of melodic invention." http://sherylbailey.com

Also a reminder that Jazz In July at UMass, Amherst starts up next week and features several concerts with both students and the all-star faculty. Check out their website for all the details. www.jazzinjuly.com.

Upcoming Guest Artists:
7/10 - Sheryl Bailey - guitar with Claire Arenius on drums
7/17 - Erik Lawrence - sax and flute (Jon back on drums)
7/24 - Benny Sharoni- tenor
7/31 - Freddie Bryant - guitar

The concert set starts at 7:30, followed immediately by the jam session until 10:30. $5 per person room charge for the concert set. City Sports Grille at Spare Time Northampton, 525 Pleasant St., Northampton, MA. 413-584-4830

For photos and videos of past NJW shows and related news, events and buzz, please see (and Like us) on FB at: www.facebook.com/Northampt onJazzWorkshop

Ilan Stavans in THE OVEN at Ko Festival of Performance

WHAT: The Ko Festival of Performance Presents Scholar Ilan Stavans on an Unexpected Journey in the Oven.
WHEN: Friday and Saturday, July 13 and 14 at 8:00 PM and Sunday, July 15 at 1:30 PM
WHERE: Holden Theater, Amherst College campus in Amherst, MA

AMHERST, MASSACHUSETTS–“How does a mild-mannered scholar/writer/professor become a jaguar, kill and eat a deer?” raves Connie Congdon, playwright and author of Tales of the Lost Formicans, after seeing Ilan Stavan’s impulsive and transformative journey in THE OVEN. Ko Festival of Performance continues a season of “Radical Acts” with this humorous and poignant solo performance. THE OVEN will be performed July 13-15 in the Holden Theater at Amherst College.

On a State Department sponsored lecture tour of Latin American, internationally renowned public intellectual Ilan Stavans suddenly goes AWOL. A chance meeting with a shaman in Colombia sends Stavans into the Amazon rainforest, where he reluctantly agrees to participate in a religious ceremony that involves taking the hallucinogen ayahuasca. Even though he considered himself a skeptic and a rational intellectual, as someone whose worldview was defined by his education and his heritage as a Mexican Jew, Stavans finds that the ritual pushes him to reconsider many of his basic understandings, including his perceptions of indigenous cultures in Latin America, as well as his career as teacher, thinker, and artist.

This one-person show is delivered as an anti-lecture that mimics the author’s startling spiritual journey. “A compelling piece of stagecraft that documents the inner and outer workings of a mind on a narcotic trip, but it also documents the uncanny and serendipitous curiosity of a literature professor.”—William A. Nericcio, editor of Homer from Salinas: John Steinbeck’s Enduring Voice for California


New Exhibition at A.P.E. for ARC18

A.P.E. presents its summer series  ARC.18 (Activate, Research, Create)
A.P.E.‘s third season of summer projects continues to expand the understanding of a contemporary art gallery as an active space within the community.  A.P.E.’s current location in the center of Northampton, easily accessible to artists and audience alike, provides opportunities for innovative programming and increases the presence of contemporary arts within a community.   ARC.18 consists of four distinct projects that run from June through August, 2018.


July 5 - 29  "Gathering Light"
Artists: Ellen Augarten, Mary Ann Kelly, Jan Ruby-Crystal
A.P.E. Gallery is presents an exhibition of new and varied works featuring local artists Mary Ann Kelly, Jan Ruby Crystal and Ellen Augarten. Light with its infinite nuances from bright to dark, from quiet to buoyant, is the source of inspiration for show. “Gathering Light” is the culmination of a year's work keeping the idea of ‘light’ at the forefront of visual exploration. "Gathering Light" is reflected in Mary Ann Kelly's meditative metal vessel forms and her elegant, introspective paintings, in Ellen Augarten's photography using double exposure and camera movement and in Jan Ruby Crystal's detailed and complex drawn imagery that reflects and absorbs the impact of light.  LEARN MORE

Gathering Light events:
Reception: Friday July 13, 5 - 8pm during Northampton Arts Night Out
Reading: Friday July 27 at 7pm. Local poets speak on the theme of light.
All events are free and open to the public.                                         

Tuesday, July 3, 2018

In Memoriam: Gordon Thorne 1941-2018

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Being responsible for creating the future it is important that we keep alive our capacity to imagine what that might be lest we continue to recreate the present.

Reality is created by imagination moving with/in time, which moves clockwise.  Because the Random Windmill Mobile Unit can move in a counter clockwise direction it has the capacity to unwind time and like Merlin, who lived backwards, “Transform something real into something imagined.”

If we accept these premises, which as an artist I am somewhat obligated to do, it is easier to imagine a future in which we might actually want to live.


Gordon Thorne, from his installation at A.P.E., January, 2018


Monday, July 2, 2018

Golden Bird Shows in Ashfield, Northampton and Florence this month!

It's farmers' market season, which means great food and great music outdoors. Golden Bird will be playing at the Ashfield market this Sunday, Northampton's Tuesday Market on July 10th, and at the end of July you can beat the heat indoors at Freckled Fox for more family friendly music, delicious food, and a great play space.

Ashfield Farmers' Market Kids' Day
What: We'll be playing jazz tunes from 10 to 11 and a special kids'  show starting around 11:00. It's Kids' Day, so there will be other great activities for kids and families to enjoy as well.
When: July 7, 10am.
Where: Ashfield Farmers' Market- Town Common, Main Street, Ashfield

Northampton Tuesday Market
What: We'll be playing two sets for Tuesday Market on July 10th. Time and details to come soon.
When: July 10th, time to be determined
Where: Tuesday Market, 99 Armory Street, Northampton

Family Music and Brunch
What: We are so excited to play tunes for families at Freckled Fox Cafe in July. Come enjoy a delicious meal, check out the play space, and sing and dance with Golden Bird.
When: July 28th from 12:30-2:30
Where: Freckled Fox Cafe, 1 N. Main Street, Florence, MA

Want to check out some of our original family-oriented tunes? Find us on Spotify, Itunes, or your favorite streaming service.

Or snag our whole cd from one of these places:
Our online shop
A2Z Science and Learning Store in Northampton, MA
Nonotuck Community School in Northampton, MA ($5 of every purchase is donated back to the school)
Any of our live shows

Northampton Jazz Workshop features NYC guitarist Sheryl Bailey


WHAT: Northampton Jazz Workshop features NYC guitarist Sheryl Bailey
WHEN: Tuesday, July 10th, 7:30 to 8:30PM followed by an open jazz jam session until 10:30 PM
WHERE: The City Sports Grille at Spare Time Northampton, 525 Pleasant St., Northampton

Sheryl Bailey will be fronting the trio on the 10th. She brings joy and humor to the bandstand and flawlessly swings her way through beautiful melodies and swinging hard all the way, Here are a few quotes from her bio:
Sheryl's playing is unquestionably "sizzling". She has groomed incredible chops and impeccable taste with which she applies them. It's said (by Lee Metcalf, The Villager) that she can "go from zero to blazing in two beats", but she is continually praised for never sacrificing melody and lyricism for technique. "She balances superior technical skills with a strong lyrical sense and swinging touch..." continues Metcalf, and Joe Taylor of Soundstage says "Bailey combines an astonishing command of the fingerboard with a seemingly endless flow of melodic invention."   http://sherylbailey.com

Upcoming Guest Artists:
7/10 - Sheryl Bailey - guitar with Claire Arenius on drums
7/17 - Erik Lawrence - sax and flute (Jon back on drums)
7/24 - Benny Sharoni- tenor
7/31 - Freddie Bryant - guitar

The concert set starts at 7:30, followed immediately by the jam session until 10:30. $5 per person room charge for the concert set. City Sports Grille at Spare Time Northampton, 525 Pleasant St., Northampton, MA. 413-584-4830

For photos and videos of past NJW shows and related news, events and buzz, please see (and Like us) on FB at: www.facebook.com/Northampt onJazzWorkshop ​

Rock River Artists' Open Studio Tour

What: Rock River Artists' 26th Annual Open Studio Tour
When: Saturday July 21, 10-6 and Sunday, July 22, 10-5
Where: South Newfane, Vermont

Rock River Artists' (RRA) 26th Annual Open Studio Tour is slated for Saturday, July 21, 10-6 and Sunday, July 22, 10-5. A tour that has earned its following well beyond Southern Vermont, the two-day offering features 12 accomplished artists in a range of media from functional ceramics to thread on fabric.

Visitors can start their RRA Open Studio Tour at the old Schoolhouse on Dover Road in South Newfane village where participating artists present a group show. Pick up a map of artists’ locations and begin a self-guided tour of the studios, all within short driving distance. Admission is free all weekend. For more information, contact  802-348-7865, rs@rogersandes.com.

Pottery Amplifies Community: a Wood Fire Workshop with Sam Taylor and Mark Shapiro


WHAT: Wood Fire Pottery Workshop with Sam Taylor and Mark Shapiro
WHERE: Craigarden, 501 Hurricane Rd, Keene, NY
WHEN: Sunday October 21, 2018 6:00 PM to Saturday, October 2, 2018 10:00 AM

Join us for a week-long conversation that will be filled with inquiry, humor, and compassion as we focus on our lives as potters, makers, and human beings.

ALL SKILL LEVELS ARE WELCOME!

The idea that "together we can do it" started for Sam Taylor and Mark Shapiro 30 years ago when they built their first wood kiln together at the Stonepool Pottery. They’ve been at it ever since. In 2014 Sam and Mark joined with a group of potters to found POW (Pottery on Wheels!). In their own studio practices, Sam and Mark have been continuously evolving ways of bringing their work into communities, from rural classrooms, to inner city neighborhoods, to art centers and craft schools across the country.  They have been frequent exhibitors at every major craft venue in the US and renowned workshop presenters; many of their favorite experiences have involved collaborations together.

As Sam says, "Teaching with Mark is special. It's an ongoing conversation. I love to disagree with Mark [not because he is wrong (even though he is a lot) but...] because it leads to the next question. "  This workshop is a result of the dialog that Mark and Sam have been engaged in for years. 

This very special week-long workshop focuses attention on pottery as a tool for community building.  Participants will quickly create and strengthen their relationship to each other over the harvest, preparation, and enjoyment of many farm-to-fork meals, a wood kiln firing, and a team-building Pots To People project.  Through this project, participants will contribute to the strengthening of our local Adirondack community by designing and making pottery to give away to families in need. 

A Very Full Week:  Pots + Food + Community

Participants arrive on Sunday evening to a welcome meal harvested from our own farm and partner farms and prepared by our culinary artist-in-residence.  Each participant brings their own bisque-ware to be slipped, glazed, wadded and loaded on Monday under the guidance of Mark and Sam.  In addition to prepping for a Tuesday wood kiln firing, we'll source fresh, seasonal ingredients from the farm and farm store, divvy the chores, and meet the Craigardan staff that will assist in our journey to fire, make, and eat.

Tuesday's all-day firing will culminate in a kiln-side community BBQ dinner, curated and prepared by participants with assistance from Craigardan's professional farm and culinary staff.  Our Adirondack friends and neighbors will join us in celebrating the process and in sharing the feast.  While we wait for the kiln to cool, we'll spend Wednesday and Thursday teaming up to design and execute the Pots To People collective project in the studio + in the kitchen; watching demos, making pots, touring local farms, and eating beautiful, nourishing food. 

On Friday we'll unload the kiln, hold collective and individual critiques, and enjoy a closing, celebratory meal as a new clay community, strengthened by what we've created together in receiving and in giving. 

The Craigardan Experience

Participants are encouraged to experience Craigardan's interdisciplinary approach to life and art through hands-on participation in the on-farm harvesting of meat, eggs, fruits and vegetables, as well as through team culinary preparations, and complete access to a variety of studios, spaces, and perspectives during the week.  Accommodations are in the simple and elegant Farmhouse and Studiohouse; comfortable and spacious buildings with stunning views of the Adirondack's highest peaks.  Both houses have shared kitchen, living, and laundry rooms available for artists.  The kitchens will be stocked with farm-fresh ingredients for self-serve breakfasts and snacks.

Registration and Fees

*Two need-based, $600 scholarships are available!  Submit the application form below prior to registering.

$700 Day-Participant Only:  Monday through Friday  |  includes instruction, all materials and firings, and most meals (lunch and dinner, including Sunday eve welcome dinner)

$1200 In-Residence, Double Room:  Sunday eve through Saturday morning  |  includes instruction, all materials and firings, all meals, and a shared room with shared bath

$1600 In-Residence, Single Room:  Sunday eve through Saturday morning  |  includes instruction, all materials and firings, all meals, and a private room with private bath

All skill levels are welcome, and no farming or culinary experience is necessary.  We only require a willingness to be part of the group experience.

Maximum of 12 artists  |  Each participant may bring up to 8 cubic ft. of bisque ware for the wood/salt kiln firing.

To register, click the button below to make payment in full via credit card.  Full refunds will only made for cancellations at least 30 days prior to workshop date. 

REGISTER NOW!

*Two need-based, $600 scholarships are available!  Submit the application form below.  Application deadline:  August 1st

SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

July in the Hosmer Gallery

Andrew Quient: Architectural Drawings and Ceramics 
Kichung Lizee and Erika Lizee: The Fleeting, Floating and Transient World of “Unsui,” Cloud and Water 

Exhibit: July 2-30, 2018
Reception: Wednesday July 11, 5:30-7:30 PM


With a dual background in ceramics and architecture, Andrew Quient keeps his feet in both worlds.
As a potter he creates wheel-thrown vessels, many with complex geometric decoration, inspired by his architectural training. As an architectural draftsman he is working on a series of renderings, in pencil, ink and watercolor, of notable Beaux-Arts buildings in New England.
Currently he is applying his skills to creating architectural form in clay. In this exhibit he will also include the series of renderings he recently completed in Italy.


Kichung Lizee from Shelburne Falls was born in Korea and trained in Eastern Calligraphy and Abstract Art, has had art shows and workshops around the world, and was an ordained Zen Priest. Her work allows spirit to flow through the brush and onto mulberry paper for a fluid and spontaneous style. Her Los Angeles based daughter-in-law, Erika Lizee, is gaining recognition as a visionary installation artist whose work has been featured in the Los Angeles International Airport, and major galleries and public venues.
Kichung was invited to explore the archives of Historic Northampton to seek an Asian connection. She discovered a poem sent to the founders of Historic Northampton, Thomas and Edith Shepherd, by a friend in Japan. The poem reflects the peace and serenity of a statue of Great Buddha that the Shepherds had found compelling. They had travelled extensively and maintained journals and photos of their travels in Asia that are now kept in the archives.
The poem and the Shepherds’ travel mementos from Asia inspired Kichung and Erika to create an exhibit based on the Japanese concept of “Unsui”, or “Cloud and Water”. In Japanese Buddhism this concept is represented by wandering monks and nuns who practice being in the present moment by inviting spirit to float through them like water and clouds.
It is their hope that this exhibit will inspire you to experience Unsui in a meaningful way.


Gallery Hours
Monday 9-9 ; Tuesday 1-5 ; Wednesday 9-9 ; Thursday 1-5 ; Friday & Saturday 9-5 ; closed Sundays and holidays.

Sunday, July 1, 2018

Downtown Northampton Summer Concert Series: Kate Lorenz & the Constellations, Kimaya Diggs

WHAT: Summer Concert Series Featuring: Kate Lorenz & the Constellations, Kimaya Diggs
WHEN: Friday, July 20th, 5:30pm-7:30pm
WHERE: Hampshire County Courthouse Lawn, 15 Gothic St, Northampton, MA
How Much? FREE


About Kate Lorenz: 
Kate Lorenz has been singing ever since she learned to talk. An avid lover of classic rock and motown, she started off by singing what she heard on mix tapes and in her parents' vinyl collection and cut her teeth on the blues while studying abroad playing with a pub band in Ireland. Kate formed the nationally touring folk-rock band Rusty Belle with her brother Matt Lorenz (The Suitcase Junket) in 2006 and has recorded back-up vocals for fellow folk artists Chris Smither, Jeffrey Foucault, Caitlin Canty,  Hayward Williams, The Suitcase Junket and Zak Trojano.

Kate currently lives in Western MA and plays and sings with her rock-n-roll band Kate Lorenz & The Constellations (Ben Falkoff, Max Adam and Don McAulay) and with the Southern VT honky tonk band The Rear Defrosters. Her powerful voice has been compared to the gritty howls of Etta James and Janis Joplin and the tender country soul of Patsy Cline. Kate Lorenz's much-anticipated first solo album, "Sing When Lonely" was released  in January 2018 and is produced by Matt Lorenz.

Sing When Lonely is a collection of feel-good rockers, with detours into Nashville country and Memphis soul. Kate Lorenz’s big blast of a voice has never sounded better and her songwriting chops shine. On this disc, she shows us a different musical side than what we heard in Rusty Belle. She gets to scream, play guitar, sing about dive bars and is obviously having a whole lot of fun. It is contagious and the listener can’t resist turning up the volume and singing along. Who knew that this preschool teacher by day was such a rocker by night?" -Sheryl Hunter “The Greenfield Recorder”



About Kimaya Diggs:
Kimaya Diggs is a musician and teaching artist based in Northampton, MA. Her debut album, Breastfed, came out in April.

With influences spanning many genres, Kimaya Diggs melds the folky acrobatics of Joni Mitchell, the jazz stylings of Ella Fitzgerald, the catchy soul of Lianne LaHavas, and yet has something you can't quite put your finger on that makes her entirely unique. Her mastery of her voice is the focal point of each performance, and a transfixing experience

Her debut album, Breastfed, is a chronicle of bittersweet growing pains, expansive and generous. Whether roaring along with reckless urgency or irreverently recounting painful memories, Breastfed wrangles the growing-up narrative in a boldfaced, darkly humorous way.






Northampton Summer Concert Series 2018





The Northampton Arts Council believes bringing members of our regional community to downtown Northampton is really important. Providing diverse, live, and free arts programming is both central to downtown Northampton’s identity as a cultural district and a critical draw in encouraging residents from the Pioneer Valley and beyond to visit our unique city. We also believe you think it’s important, too.


How do we enjoy long summer nights in downtown Northampton’s Paradise City Cultural District? With free live music of course! Namely the Downtown Northampton Summer Concert Series! This year, the Northampton Arts Council will present FIVE live music concerts with FREE ADMISSION; THREE at Pulaski Park and TWO on the Hampshire County Courthouse Lawn. The concerts will take place on Friday July 20, Friday July 27, Friday August 3, Friday August 10, and Friday August 17. All the shows start at 5:30 PM.


How Much: FREE




When & Who: ALL FIVE SHOWS 5:30PM-7:30PM





Friday August 10th - Hampshire County Courthouse lawn
Mal Devisa
Topsy (from And The Kids)


Friday August 17th - Pulaski Park




Who Supports the Downtown Northampton Summer Concert Series?
Headline Sponsors: City of Northampton, Coca-Cola, Tea Guys
Organizational Support: Massachusetts Cultural Council



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