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Parties & Openings


August 22 - W. Stockbridge
Panorama Opens At Six Depot
August 21 - G. Barrington
Makeup, Martinis & Moustaches

August 15 - Monterey
Hats Off To Bidwell House

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Storefront Artist Project 12 x 12 Auction

Rural Intelligence Parties and OpeningsSince its founding in 2002 by the painter Maggie Mailer, the Storefront Artist Project (SAP) has been a cornerstone of Pittsfield’s reincarnation as a creative center, offering residencies and mentoring programs that support a diverse range of artistic endeavors. The annual 12 x 12 auction features 100 twelve-by-twelve inch works—paintings, drawings, photograph, sculpture, collage—by local artists.  Guests pay $25 each for a chance to choose the work they want as their number is randomly picked. You don’t necessarily get your first or second choice of a piece of art, but nobody goes home empty-handed or unhappy, especially when your prizes are hand-wrapped by good-spirited volunteers like Chris O’Gara and Davinica Nemtzow (above.)

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Pittsfield Contemporary’s Jay Elling and SAP board member Reba Evenchik; Rebecca Weinman and artist Eric Drury, who is currently an artist in residence at SAP.
 
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Cultural Pittsfield’s Megan Whilden and photographer Sue Geller; SAP board vice president Colleen Quinn and SAP director Julia Dixon.
 
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The Berkshire Museum’s Maria Mingalone with lawyer and WBCR community radio station president Paul Rapp and Berkshire Living‘s Mary Garnish

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