The Down Street Art Trolley will provide free transportation from Main St. to the Eclipse Mill along with a free guided tour of North Adams by local historian Paul Marino.
Four Studio spaces will be open to the public:
1. BRILL GALLERY – Studio 109
BRILL GALLERY represents world-class painters, photographers and sculptors. It is located along the Museum Mile and neighbors MASS MoCA, WCMA and The Clark. Exhibitions include “Nadine’s Couples” by Nadine Robbins, “Stephen Proctor Ceramics” by Steven Procter and “Powder Ridge” by Leonard Freed. All are for sale.
2. RIVER HILL POTTERY- Studio 104
Taking clay extrusions of their own design, Gail and Phil Sellers transform them into unique and one-of-a-kind woven clay baskets. Each piece is handmade with care and craftsmanship. For truly different works in clay, visit our gallery and see a working studio.
3. G.J. ASKINS: BOOKSELLER – Studio 108
A bookstore with a general used and antiquarian stock emphasizing the arts as well as history, natural science, gardening, literature, music, theatre, cookery and sport.
4. ECLIPSE MILL GALLERY – Studio 102
“Reflections on Melville” – In Celebration of the 160th anniversary of the publication of Moby-Dick, photographer Kay Canavino and Painter Arthur Yanoff show work inspired by Herman Melville’s relationship with the Berkshires.