DSA Thursday II Program

2-9 PM: EXHIBITION OPENINGS

2-4 PM
Art @ City Hall, curated by Diane Sullivan
City Hall, 10 Main St.

5-7 PM
A Glimpse of India by Thomas Mikelson
Adams Co-Operative Bank, 31 Eagle St.

6-9 PM
Icons, Symbols and Street Signs
NAACO Gallery, 33 Main St.

Reimagining Haiti, curated by Melanie Mowinski
Gallerie Haiti, 49 Main St.

Linda Mieko Allen, Young Ja Yoon
MCLA Gallery 51, 51 Main St.

Not For Sale by Ephraim & Saide Hatfield
MCLA Gallery 51 Annex, 65 Main St.

The Art of Dissent, curated by Ann Scott
Galerìa Inqilab, 5 Holden St.

The Little People from Somewhere Else
Avalon Seafood Gallery, 7 Holden St.

Larger Than Life – Large-scale Photography
Berkshire Artists Colony Gallery, 107 Main St.

Chapters – A Literary Exhibition
Art Space 2 @ Historic Flatiron, 46 Eagle St.

Real/Fantasy/Pink
Merritt Fletcher, 34 Eagle St.

8-9 PM
Light on Lewitt by Thomas Mikelson
Taylor’s Fine Dining, 34 Holden St.

6-9 PM: EVENTS AND HAPPENINGS

The Sunnyside of Main Street, 53 Main St.
Stop by and sketch your idea of a public artwork; view new additions to the Kidspace Project windows display by North Adams K – 2nd graders.

Be Your Own Placebo, 28 Holden St.
Live Music and performance by Jason Martin, Male Room and Jeremy Kelly. Video Screenings by Martha Coburn and Katherine Bauer. Artworks by Gabrielle Valenti, Jo
nathan Osofsky and Elina Malkin.

7 PM
The Artery, 26 Holden St
Pool tournament, anyone who wishes to play is welcome. Prizes will be awarded to the champions.

The Painter’s Vision film screening
William Oberst Studio, 22 Holden St.

8PM
Benito video screening
Local Color, 33 Main St.

Meet the artists also at Local Color, Maya III and Martha Flood Design.

7-9 PM: LIVE MUSIC

W!TH THIS F!RE
Under the Mohawk Marquis, Main Street and Eagle Street

Sons of Summer
In front of Berkshire Bank, Main and Holden Street

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