Artweek is a wonderful celebration of all things artful in the Berkshires. There literally is all kinds of events going on all across the Berkshires.

Remember some events you may have to mask up.
Today we are featuring events in North Adams.

You will be bringing the outdoor indoors at this event. Check out Patricia Fietta September 18 & 19 and September 25th 26th or by appointment located at 13 1/2 Grove Street in Adams, Patricia’s Fietta’s does Earthwall Designs  Her biophilic wall artworks feature preserved mosses in various colors along with bark, fungus, nuts, pinecones, and many other natural elements that she will harvest in the Berkshire forests.

Leni Fried Printmaking at The Old Stone Mill Center September 18 & 19 11 AM-5 PM and September 25 & 26 12 AM-5 PM, The Old Stone Mill Center
Her ‘Trees of New England series of monoprints will be debuted at The Old Stone Mill Center, a former 1860 woolen’s mill. Affordable art, notecards, and handmade journals will be gratefully shared. Come celebrate art.

The Adams Theater OPEN HOUSE II, September 16-26 this is by appointment, 27 Park Street, Adams, Adams Theater will share design development with the community and host artist events.

This one I think is very creative it's the Art Vending North Adams, September 16 – 26, Open 24-7 for all of ArtWeek at the Courtyard A, Mass MoCA, in North Adams. Check this out Art Vending North Adams is a vending machine filled with art by North Adams Artists on the campus of Mass MoCA. The machine is a fun and a great way to support local artists, and bring a piece of the Northern Berkshires home!

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