Meet Butterfly Host Amanda!

If you visit our new Butterfly Pavilion you might run into Amanda Le Barron, a biology student at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA), and one of our Butterfly Pavilion hosts. We sat down with Amanda to get to know her: What brought you to the Berkshire Museum? I heard about the Berkshire Museum through MCLA, [...]

Meet Butterfly Host Amanda! 2016-10-25T16:29:56+00:00

Little Cinema Special Event: The Theft of the Mona Lisa

Little Cinema Curator Nannina Stearn brings her knowledge, thoughts, and perspectives on film and more to the pages of our blog: Documentary film has always been a big part of the Little Cinema experience. Films like Finding Vivian Maier and Dancing in Jaffa have proved popular this spring and a higher percentage of our film roster is devoted [...]

Little Cinema Special Event: The Theft of the Mona Lisa 2016-10-25T16:29:56+00:00

What’s Playing this Weekend: Double Lives

Little Cinema Curator Nannina Stearn brings her knowledge, thoughts, and perspectives on film and more to the pages of our blog: Jesse Eisenberg, the star of The Double, specializes in playing boys who live with a confidence that their popularity or social standing does not back up. A Jesse Eisenberg character never asks what is [...]

What’s Playing this Weekend: Double Lives 2016-10-25T16:29:56+00:00

What’s Playing this Weekend: The Making of the Unmade

Little Cinema Curator Nannina Stearn brings her knowledge, thoughts, and perspectives on film and more to the pages of our blog: Jodorowsky’s Dune is a “making of” documentary of a film that never got made. Now you might think to yourself, “What is the point in that?” But the amount of work that went into [...]

What’s Playing this Weekend: The Making of the Unmade 2016-10-25T16:29:56+00:00

What’s Playing this Weekend: Tip-Toeing Towards Peace

Little Cinema Curator Nannina Stearn brings her knowledge, thoughts, and perspectives on film and more to the pages of our blog: A documentary about middle-schoolers ballroom dancing may sound familiar, and that’s because Dancing in Jaffa is almost a sequel of sorts to 2005’s charming Mad Hot Ballroom. In the 1990s ballroom dancing partners Pierre [...]

What’s Playing this Weekend: Tip-Toeing Towards Peace 2016-10-25T16:29:56+00:00

Position Opening: Development Associate

The Berkshire Museum is entering an exciting stage in its 110+ year history, and we are looking for a Development Associate to join our dynamic four-person development team in raising funds to support our annual operating needs as well as our Capital Campaign. The Development Associate will work closely with the Berkshire Museum development team [...]

Position Opening: Development Associate 2016-10-25T16:29:56+00:00

What’s Playing this Weekend: A Wordless Meditation

Little Cinema Curator Nannina Stearn brings her knowledge, thoughts, and perspectives on film and more to the pages of our blog: I want you to know exactly what you’re walking into when you see Visitors this weekend, the problem is that I don’t fully know how to describe it. It fails to fall neatly into [...]

What’s Playing this Weekend: A Wordless Meditation 2016-10-25T16:29:56+00:00

Berkshire Museum presents An Infinite Odyssey

Berkshiremuseum Press Release For Immediate Release: May 6, 2014 Media contact: Lesley Ann Beck, Director of Communications 413.443.7171 ext. 28; lbeck@berkshiremuseum.org Berkshire Museum presents An Infinite Odyssey The series of illustrated talks by photographers Dan Mead and Sally Eagle concludes with compelling images of landscapes around the globe [PITTSFIELD, MA] ― On Saturday, May 17, [...]

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What’s Playing this Weekend: On the edge of girlhood and adulthood in Tbilisi, Georgia

If you have been to Little Cinema in the past three weeks you might have had the unnerving experience of feeling like the wrong movie was starting. You saw teenage girls talking and smoking in a party, and unlike most trailers, it played through in almost a single shot with only one cut to show [...]

What’s Playing this Weekend: On the edge of girlhood and adulthood in Tbilisi, Georgia 2016-10-25T16:29:56+00:00

The Kids Are on the Case

Last week at Herberg Middle School’s 21st Century Community Learning Center (21stCCLC) After-School program, the students in the Berkshire Museum Forensics class got the chance to learn all about fingerprints left at crime scenes with some real Pittsfield Investigators. Thank you to Investigators Bassi and King for sharing your expertise with the class. 21stCCLCs are [...]

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Hours & Admission

Monday - Saturday, 10 - 5pm
Sunday, noon to 5pm

Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s Day

Admission
$13 adult; $6 child (under 18)
Museum members & children 3 and under get in for free

Little Cinema
$7.50, $5 members

Contact

413.443.7171
info@berkshiremuseum.org

39 South Street (Route 7)
Pittsfield, MA 01201
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Accessibility
Berkshire Museum is Handicap Accessible