Apr 11 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Learner's Lab: Cheese-Making
10:00 am
Learn to make ricotta from one of Berkshire County’s very own cheese makers, Suzy Konecky from Cricket Creek Farm. Participants will learn the basics of milk and how that milk turns into cheese while going through the process of making cheese step by step. At the end of the program all participants will enjoy a[...]
Apr 18 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am
Cuba at the Turning Point
10:30 am
Award-winning photographer Sally Eagle spent three weeks traveling around Cuba in December 2014, photographing the everyday lives of Cubans from cities like Havana and Santiago de Cuba, to smaller villages like Baracoa and Remedios.  This program will present a visual journey of the evolution of politics, architecture, culture and society in a fascinating country that[...]
My Fair Ladies: Female Robots and Androids in Movies, Television, Photography and Art
10:30 am
Julie Wosk, professor and author of the new book My Fair Ladies, takes us on an amazing tour of artificial women—robots, dolls, mannequins—throughout history. From The Twilight Zone to The Stepford Wives to today’s robot females in television and film, these females reveal men’s fantasies about creating the perfect artificial woman who mysteriously comes to[...]
BeMuse Author Event: Master Thieves: The Boston Gangsters Who Pulled Off the World’s Greatest Art Heist
10:30 am
It is a case defined by superlatives – the largest art theft in history, carrying the world’s largest reward offer, longer on the FBI’s list of biggest unsolved art crimes than any other save one. Two men disguised as Boston Police officers trick their way into the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum after midnight, tie up[...]