Art, Science, and History

OLLI: Resilience and Thriving in the Face of Adversity
10:30 am
Resilience and Thriving in the Face of Adversity, with Virginia O’Leary This course will consider a number of individual and community examples of adversity responses in order to identify the factors that in combination lead to positive outcomes in an effort to understand and apply what research has revealed about protective factors and support implicated[...]
The Evolving City: Patterns of Change, with Terry Moor
1:00 pm
The Evolving City: Patterns of Change, with Terry Moor From an architect’s point of view, this course will examine how cities around the world were shaped by their cultures and physical locations over time. It will explore the beginnings of urban form, show the wide variety of patterns that they can take (organic, gridded, formal,[...]
Lawrence of Arabia: The Movie, the Man, the Enigma, with Richard Matturro
2:45 pm
Lawrence of Arabia: The Movie, the Man, the Enigma, with Richard Matturro A brilliant Oxford scholar, a skilled archaeologist, a talented writer, and a master of guerilla warfare, T. E. Lawrence was also a tormented soul who eventually refused all honors, shunned his celebrity, and tried to lose himself in the lowest ranks of the[...]
Cancelled: PechaKucha Night #26: Fears and Phobias
6:00 pm
PechaKucha: Fears and Phobias is CANCELLED for October 17th. We apologize for any inconvenience and hope to host another PechaKucha soon! First held by architects in Japan, PechaKucha nights at Berkshire Museum feature a series of lightning-fast presentations, each composed of 20 slides for 20 seconds each. Enjoy light refreshments and a cash bar in[...]

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