Daily Archive: July 24, 2021

Berkshires Notebook: Dance At Jacob’s Pillow, Art At Mass MoCA And The Clark, Live Music At The Foundry

This summer, the Berkshires arts season features outdoor theater, dance and thought-provoking exhibitions at local museums. Relishing the chance to get away from the city, arts and culture writers Ed Siegel and Jacquinn Sinclair spent some time in the mountains to experience the rebirth of the local arts scene. Here they talk about the music, visual art and dance performances they encountered. Read the first installment of their Berkshires Notebook here.


Dance

Jacquinn Sinclair: Jacob’s Pillow was one of the highlights of my week in the Berkshires. Unfortunately, the rain forced the first performance we attended, “Contra-Tiempo,”

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Covid created new opportunities, lasting change in arts and culture (Guest Opinion by Travis Newton)

Travis Newton is associate professor and director of Arts Administration at Le Moyne College, in Syracuse.

Covid-19 has altered our landscape forever, with deaths recently topping 600,000 in the United States. Millions have been sickened, lives have been upended, and the virus has expanded societal gaps that were too large to begin with. Whether instigated by Covid-19, the shifting priorities of funders or their own recognition of the need to address inequities, arts leaders are listening to their communities. Many recognize that it’s no longer enough for arts organizations to be good — they must also do good.

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