Berkshire Art Museum

189 Beaver St, North Adams, Ma 01247, Usa
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Our missionThe Berkshire Art Museum’s mission is to showcase engaging contemporary art through rotating exhibitions as well as to preserve and examine five decades of artwork by Eric Rudd in the museum’s permanent collection. Rescuing two historic former churches, the Berkshire Art Museum exemplifies the adaptive reuse of architectural space for cultural purposes.
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Berkshire Art Museum’s postponement of the 2020 season.

Berkshire Art Museum’s postponement of the 2020 season.

Berkshire Art Museum

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About usThe Berkshire Art Museum was established by the Barbara and Eric Rudd Art Foundation in 2012 and first opened to the public in 2014. The museum presents changing and permanent art exhibitions in 25,000 square feet of space within two repurposed buildings. The main building at 159 E. Main Street, North Adams has changing exhibitions each season in addition to exhibitions from the permanent collection - including Rudd’s Lexan/Iceberg and Robotic sculptures. The museum’s Annex – A Chapel for Humanity - the Chapel first opened to the public in 2001 and contains a contemporary sculptural epic that includes more than 150 life-sized figures, 250 low-relief figures and a 9/11 memorial. The Berkshire Art Museum offers guided gallery tours for adults and youth groups, as well as special programs and lectures, public receptions, and sponsors the annual Eagle Street Beach. The museum is open mid-June to mid-October.
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