Crochet with an Artist at Berkshire Museum
April 21 @ 2 - 4 p.m.
Not only does Huckleberry Delsignore have a unique and unusual name, she also has a unique and unusual way of using her crocheting skills. She creates masks and other interesting shapes, and this weekend the public is invited to crochet alongside Delsignore where her work is displayed at the Berkshire Museum. Try some masks on for size, chat with the artist about her love of math and check out her exhibit.
“Inspired the hands-on geometry materials in Berkshire Museum’s Feigenbaum Hall of Innovation, and the encouragement to pursue new ideas, I took the opportunity to make something larger and more complex than what I have made before,” Delsignore explained in a press release. “Taking cues from triangles, geodesic domes, zomes, platonic solids, Lou Reed, and Berkshire Museum’s rock and mineral collection, I sought to create a small geometric structure that one might be able to sit inside.”
Free with museum admission: $13 adults, $6 children, under 3 free
39 South Street