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Wednesday, December 31 1969


Creative Economy Live!---UPDATED 3/21/13

For the first time, several Creative Economy Summit (CES) sessions will be streamed live on!  Greenfield Community Television will once again be filming many of the event’s "art meets business" workshops for future viewing online, and on Cable Channel 15, but this year you’ll be able watch a few of them as they happen---even if you can’t make it to Turners Falls this weekend.

Be sure to check our homepage beginning at 9:15am on Friday for the Opening Plenary, “What’s in it for Me?”  Afterwards, we’ll be streaming one of the workshops in each of the sessions at 11am, 2pm, and 3:30pm and again on Saturday at 10:30am, 1:45pm, and 3:15pm.  We’re really excited about this advancement in our coverage and hope you will be too.

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Traces of Seasons

We often walk along taking in the grand view of nature. Sacred Spaces offers a microcosmic look at the world of detail and beauty inherent in nature. From the smallest things we find the greatest magnificence.

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Feeling All Cooped Up?

Adapted from Coop Concerts publicity:

Come celebrate the almost-end-of-winter with Coop Concerts musicians at their annual "All Cooped Up!" concert on Saturday, March 16th, starting at 7pm at The Greenfield Grille (30 Federal Street, Greefield, MA).  Come early for dinner and then stay to hear music by Coopsters of all kinds; from bluegrass to swing and everything in between.

PVSO Immortal Masterpieces Concert Saturday

Adapted from a Pioneer Valley Symphony Orchestra & Chorus press release:

On Saturday, March 16th, at 7:30 pm, at Greenfield High School (1 Lennox Avenue), the Pioneer Valley Symphony & Chorus will present their "Immortal Masterpieces" concert featuring Dvorak's Cello Concerto with soloist Yehuda Hanani, Beethoven's Symphony No. 7, and Siegfried’s Death and Funeral March from Wagner’s Götterdämmerung.

Greenfield Woman Wins MCC Fellowship

Adapted from a Massachusetts Cultural Council (MCC) press release:

Congratulations to playwright Liz Duffy Adams on being named a finalist for this year's MCC Artist Fellowship Program!  Ms. Adams' plays have been performed all over the country and and she has won several other awards for her work.  This year, the MCC has recognized Ms. Adams along with 31 other Massachusetts artists for creating work of exceptional quality in the disciplines of crafts, dramatic writing, and sculpture/installation. The MCC's program has awarded $7,500 unrestricted grants to 15 of those artists, and one collaborative duo, and distinguished 15 others as finalists with $500 grants.

Places We Live Opening Reception

From a Hilltown Families press release:

For the month of January 2013, Hilltown Families and the Cummington Cultural Council will present a group exhibit titled "Places We Live, Play & Learn: Narratives of Life" by Western MA Youth Photographers, comprising of 20 Western MA youth ages 10-18.

All are welcomed to an opening reception on Sunday, Dec. 30th, from Noon-2pm at the Community House Gallery at 33 Main Street in Cummington, MA (rear of the Community House). Snow date: Jan. 1st from 2-4pm.

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A montage of images backed by music.

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Halloween Special

"Death is Not to Fear", a montage of images backed by music.

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Montague Cultural Council Seeks Funding Proposals

From a Montague Cultural Council press release:

The Montague Cultural Council has set an October 15 postmark deadline for organizations, schools and individuals to apply for grants that support cultural activities in the community.

According to Council Treasurer Jeri Bannister, these grants can support a variety of artistic projects and activities in Montague Center, Turners Falls, Millers Falls, Lake Pleasant, and Montague City -- including exhibits, festivals, field trips, short-term artist residencies or performances in schools, workshops and lectures.

Robert Strong Woodward Exhibit in Deerfield

Adapted from a Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association press release:

From September 15 to October 8, 2012, an exhibition of paintings by New England artist Robert Strong Woodward (1885-1957) will take place at the Memorial Hall Museum in Old Deerfield.  At the age of 21, Woodward accidentally shot himself while cleaning a gun and was permanently paralyzed from the waist down.  He settled in Buckland, MA, on his uncle's farm and turned to painting.  In his lifetime, Woodward painted around 600 oils and 285 known chalks.  Some were purchased by celebrities George Burns and Gracie Allen, Jack Benny, Oliver Wendall Holmes, Jr., poet Robert Frost, and actress Beulah Bondi.  Through his landscapes, barn paintings and window pictures, Woodward documented a passing New England.