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Environmentally radical views of Turner & Constable

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“The sun is God”
— (attributed to) J.M.W. Turner 

Yes! Turner & Constable, 19th century artists, present two environmentally progressive perspectives of the natural world on view at the Clark Art Institute. The exhibit, Turner & Constable: The Inhabited Landscape, compares and contrasts two entirely different styles of painting that both elevated the genre of

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Will Call Episode #58: Bang on a Can, Story Slam & DownStreet Art

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https://media.blubrry.com/cornbread_cafe/p/www.greylockglass.com/podcasts/willcall/gg_wc_20170725_ep058.mp3Podcast (will-call): Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSSpirit and Song tie both this episode and much of the creative community.
 
This is Will Call, #58—I’m your host, Jason Velazquez, and I thank you for tuning in. This episode is sponsored by the Williamstown Theatre Festival, which presents the brand new musical, “A Legendary Romance,” August

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TLC #44: Summer Delights at The Clark—Picasso: Encounters, Orchestrating Elegance & More

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https://media.blubrry.com/cornbread_cafe/p/www.greylockglass.com/podcasts/topleftcorner/gg_tlc_20170629_ep044.mp3Podcast (top-left-corner): Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSS | MorePicasso: Encounters looks at artist’s experimentation and collaboration in printmaking
Picasso’s prints and paintings on view at the Clark Art Institute Until August 27
 
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass.—Picasso: Encounters, on view at the Clark Art Institute June 4–August 27, investigates how Pablo Picasso’s (1881–1973) creative collaborations fueled and strengthened

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The Top Left Corner #26: Greylock Cultural Corridor, Pine Cobble Craft Fair

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https://media.blubrry.com/cornbread_cafe/p/www.greylockglass.com/podcasts/topleftcorner/gg_tlc_20151211.mp3Podcast (top-left-corner): Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSS | MoreTammy Daniels, managing editor of iBerkshires.com joins TLC to talk about the proposed developments to the Greylock Cultural Corridor. First though, we hear from Katherine Cortes, who describes the first ever “Craft Fair on the Hill” taking place at Pine Cobble School December 12.
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