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Wednesday, December 31 1969


Artist Profile: Garry Longe

Garry Longe is doing his first presentation of images in 30 years at GCTV. Garry particularly liks capturing water and sky due to the calming nature of each element. He tends to try to capture the feeling of these spaces so he can relive the experience in his own home. Now you can experience these beautifully captured landscapes throughout the lobby and offices of Greenfield Community Television.

Click the READ MORE link to watch his full show!

Artist Profile: Youthful Vision

Meet the three young photographers, and their teacher, whose work now graces the walls of our first floor space.

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.

“Covering Familiar Ground” Opening Reception

From a Greenfield Savings Bank press release:

Join us on Saturday August 18th in the South Deerfield Office of Greenfield Savings Bank for our opening reception. Photographers from Franklin County will showcase their works based on their interpretations and appreciation of local landscapes taken from around Western Mass.

Wanted: Work by Young Photographers

From a Hilltown Families press release:

Youth photographers ages 8-18 are invited to participate in an upcoming exhibit titled, "Places We Live, Play & Learn: Narratives of Life by Western Massachusetts Youth Photographers."

Hosted by Hilltown Families with the the support of the Cummington Cultural Council, the exhibit will be on display at the Cummington Community House Gallery in the rear of the Cummington Community House during the month of September 2012. Participation is free and open to all youth living in Western MA.

All About the Arts

This was a busy week for the arts in Greenfield, and greater Franklin County, and we were right in the thick of it.  Promoting upcoming events, assisting local organizations with their preparations, and interviewing artists was done by both staff and volunteers over the past four days.