Posts Tagged ‘Storefront Artist Project’

Festival Fever: O Solo Mama Mia Festival, 5/5-15/11

Monday, May 2nd, 2011
Camilla Schade in 'Performing Therapy'

Camilla Schade in 'Performing Therapy'

WAM Theatre is wrapping up its spring season with O Solo Mama Mia, an ambitious theater festival of one-person shows. The festival of solo works written and performed by women will be presented from Thursday-Sunday, May 5-8 at Russell Sage College’s James L. Meader Theatre in Troy. And from Thursday-Sunday, May 12-15 the festival will move to the Storefront Artist Project in Pittsfield.

In conjunction with the theater festival, an exhibit of works exploring female empowerment created by a dozen artists from both the Capital Region and the Berkshires is currently on display at the Storefront Artist Project through Saturday, May 21.



ArtBeat: Selections from the Cultural Corridor V @ Storefront Artists Project, Pittsfield

Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010

Michael Oatman: Nutrition Error

Michael Oatman: Nutrition Error

Selections From The Cultural Corridor V, the current show at the Storefront Artist Project in Pittsfield, winds up this Sunday, and it looks like a not-to-be-missed exhibition.

In 2006 Peter Dudek, then Director of the Storefront Artist Project, branded the area between Beacon, NY and Bennington, VT the “Cultural Corridor”, with Berkshire County as the gravitational center.

This corridor is home to a large and diverse artist population along with an abundance of prominent cultural institutions. The annual Selections from the Cultural Corridor V exhibition presents a sampling of artists who work, live, and otherwise have connections to the area. The Storefront Artist Project, as the presenter of this exhibition, continues in its role of providing an outlet for contemporary art presented in a casual and accessible setting.

This 5th installment of the Cultural Corridor exhibition features the work of 7 regional artists:

Joshua Field, North Adams MA
Lisa Desrosiers, Pittsfield MA
Jessica Hess, San Francisco CA
Holly Lynton, Leverett MA
Michael Oatman, Troy NY
Jennifer Reeves, Callicoon NY
David Ricci, Lee MA

The exhibition closes Sunday, June 27.

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